Submit your data

Data donation to the workshop

Dear attendee,
please find in the following detailed instructions for your data donation to the workshop.
1. Please make sure that you have the legal right to share the data if they are not yours2. Please prepare a submission letter in which the problem with the data is described in detail and as concise as possible3. Please submit with the submission letter also the plots and numbers of your choice that describe the problem/give evidence to the problem4. Please include a section in the submission letter in which you also describe how you tried to solve the problem and what the results of these trials were5. Apart from the plots you include in the submission letter anyways, please male sure that the following information is included:    5.1 A normal probability plot    5.2 A scatter plot of observed vs. calculated intensities    5.3 A plot of the frame scale factors6. Please put the submission letter and the data in a folder and send us a download link to this folder with the right to access the folder and to also upload data to this folder7. Please make sure that this folder remains existent until after the workshop. We may want to upload files to this folder as well8.  Please be aware that if you donate the data, we might use it in the workshop. This also holds, when the data are withdrawn, e.g. because the problem is solved in the meantime. In this way we just want to make sure that we do not dedicate much work and effort into the submitted problem and can’t use the results later9. Once data was discussed in a workshop it may be used as a worked example n follow up workshops10. Apart from the use in the workshops we will not use the data in any other ways without your permission
From the submitted data we will pick some cases for the workshop according to how interesting and how relevant the problem is. Please note that we cannot guarantee that the data is discussed.

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