CCDC Webinar: The CSD Data Curation Process January 2023

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January 18, 2023

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Thursday, 19th January - 4 PM (GMT) /11 AM (ET)

The Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) contains over 1.2M experimental 3D structures with data from X-ray and neutron diffraction analyses. Researchers across the pharmaceutical, agrochemical and fine chemical industries use the database to predict and guide future discoveries. It’s a trusted scientific resource that gives big-data insights using powerful algorithms for molecular analysis.

During this webinar, we will show you the data curation process in the CSD:

  • How the experimental data is further curated to enhance the discoverability of the data and increase the knowledge that can be gained from the collection;

  • How to search and access structures;

  • The benefits of assigning data citations and DOIs to deposited data sets and how some data is shared directly through the CSD.

  

Who should attend:

  • Industrial Chemists - Looking to learn more about industrially relevant data and curation targeted at industrially relevant applications.

  • Industrial drug discovery scientists

  • Industrial drug formulators

  • Crystallographers

  • Scientists in pharmaceutical or functional materials

  • PhD students and chemistry educators

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