FAIRmat hands-on tutorial
March 15: FAIRmat tutorial on Using NOMAD as an Electronic lab notebook (ELN) for FAIR data
On March 15, our FAIRmat hands-on tutorial series continues with a tutorial on Using NOMAD as an Electronic lab notebook (ELN) for FAIR data.
Approaching the era of big data-driven materials science, one crucial step to collecting, describing, and sharing experimental data is the adoption of electronic laboratory notebooks (ELN). At present, most synthesis data are not structured comprehensively , but FAIRmat is offering a solution by developing and operating the open-source software NOMAD.
In this tutorial, we demonstrate the usage of NOMAD as an ELN which enables the users to generate data following the FAIR principles. We will show how we adopted NOMAD to capture data from synthesis and experiment and make use of an automated data workflow.