This ‘Failed it to Nailed it – Getting Data Sharing Right’ series is a series of events run by the Artificial Intelligence for Scientific Discovery Network+ (AI3SD), the Cell Press Patterns Journal and the Physical Sciences Data-Science Service (PSDS). These events are a product of the data sharing survey we ran in 2020.

Below is the timetable for the series, with links to individual Event and Eventbrite pages. The first seminar series ran between Thursday 22nd October, and ran every other Thursday and finished on the 3rd December. The seminars all started at 13:30 and finish between 16:45-17:00.

The second seminar series started on the 10th February unil 14th July 2022.

Reports can be found here

Blog posts can be found here

22 October 2020
Dealing with Data: Tips & Tricks

TalksSpeakerVideo LinkDOI Link
Love notes to the future: the importance of metadata
Isobel Stark (University of Southampton)
Video LinkDOI Link
Pitfalls and Gotcha’s with bioactivity data
Professor John Overington (Medicines Discovery Catapult)
Video LinkDOI Link
Digitising your Chemistry for Recordability, Shareabilty and Reproducibility
Dr Mark Warne – (Deep Matter)
Video LinkDOI Link


5 November 2020
Data Standards

TalksSpeakerVideo LinkDOI Link
Data Generation, Data Standards and Metadata Capture in Drug Discovery
Dr Martin-Immanuel Bittner (Arctoris)
Video LinkDOI Link
Giving your Open Data the best chance to realise its potential
Mr Chris Gutteridge (University of Southampton)
Video LinkDOI Link
Linked Data – Examples and Heuristics
Dr Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller (Australian National University)
Video LinkDOI Link

19 November 2020
Responsible Data Management: Legal & Ethical Aspects

TalksSpeakerVideo LinkDOI Link
Ethical data management – balancing individual privacy and public benefit
Zosia Beckles (University of Bristol)
Video LinkDOI Link
Data legislation, personal and non-personal data, ethical issues and protecting your IP rights
Michele Voznick (Pinsent Masons LLP)
Video LinkDOI Link
Practical Ethics for Data Science and Algorithm Design
Tessa Darbyshire (Cell Press Patterns)
Video LinkDOI Link


3 December 2020
Data Citations & Publishing

TalksSpeakerVideo LinkDOI Link
Data publication – a personal tale
Dr Sarah Callaghan (CellPress Patterns)
Video LinkDOI Link
Publishing and citing data in practice
Mr Jez Cope (British Library)
Video LinkDOI Link
The (long) journey from supporting information to Publishing and Finding FAIR data in chemistry
Professor Henry Rzepa (Imperial College London)
Video LinkDOI Link

10 February 2022
Beyond RDM – Organisation and Impact for networks & projects

TalksSpeakerVideo LinkDOI Link
Organising your Networks & Projects
Dr Samantha Kanza & Dr Nicola Knight (University of Southampton)
Video LinkDOI Link
Hints and tips for optimising your researchfish data 
Gavin Reddick (ResearchFish Limited)
Video LinkDOI Link
Capturing and Tracking your outputs
Dr Samantha Kanza & Dr Nicola Knight (University of Southampton)
Video LinkDOI Link
Using Scopus and SciVal to track your research impact and find collaborators
Christopher James (Elsevier)
Video LinkComing soon


13 July 2022
Nailing your Data Visualisation: Training Workshop

TalksSpeakerVideo LinkDOI Link
Introduction to Data Visualisation
Dr Rita Borgo (Kings College London)
Coming soonComing soon
(Reproducible) Data Visualisation with R and how to make interactive things with R
Miss Charlie Hadley (Visible Data Ltd)
Coming soonComing soon
Data Visualisation with Python
Mr Samuel Munday (University of Southampton)
Coming soonComing soon
Visualize Your Data for the Web using D3.js
Dr Alfie Abdul-Rahman (Kings College London)
Slides available on requestNot available
Introduction to Challenges
Dr Samantha Kanza & Dr Nicola Knight 
(University of Southampton)
Coming soonComing soon
Data Visualisation in Publishing & Communication
Dr Sarah Callaghan (Patterns)
Coming soonComing soon