The SSHOC blog reports on the past train-the-trainer event on social media data

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While usage of social media data for research across academic disciplines is growing, a lot of questions are arising about research methods, and potential standards, e.g., representativeness and reproducibility.

Furthermore, researchers are concerned about ethics and data protection. These concerns, questions, and possible solutions were discussed during an online bootcamp session that took place on the 8th and 11th February 2021 as part of the project Social Sciences & Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC).

Social Sciences & Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC) is a project funded by the EU framework programme Horizon 2020 and unites 20 partner organisations and their 27 associates in developing the social sciences and humanities area of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).

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