Julia S. Stewart Lowndes. Open software means kinder science. Scientific American, December 10, 2019
Julia S. Stewart Lowndes, Halley E. Froehlich, Allison Horst, Nishad Jayasundara, Malin L. Pinsky, Adrian C. Stier, Nina O. Therkildsen & Chelsea L. Wood. Supercharge your research: a ten-week plan for open data science. Nature, Career Column, October 31, 2019
Tech tools to make research more open and inclusive — Kendall Powell. February 3, 2020. Nature.
The coupling of innovation and open data science tools for science has been fascinating to me and hard to tease apart: An interview with Dr Julia Stewart Lowndes — Alison Oliver. January 29, 2020. Statistics Views.
Open Science and ‘Star Wars’ - Mozilla. July 11, 2019. Medium.
A Rising Tide: Funding Ocean Science — Science Philanthropy Alliance. April 1, 2019. Alliance blog post.
Julie Lowndes Wants the Force of Open Data Science to Be with You — NCEAS. March 12, 2019. NCEAS Portrait.
- Announcing Openscapes: Open Science is Better Science - Mozilla. January 29, 2019. Medium.
- Openscapes Champions Lesson Series — mentorship curriculum for the Champions program, taught remotely over a five-month period or in person over two days
- R for Excel Users — hands-on training curriculum for a workshop at the 2020 RStudio Conference, taught over two days with the Openscapes mindset: it is a friendly and empowering intro to becoming a modern R user.
R and teamwork for better science in less time - upcoming March 16, 2020: German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv), Leipzig, Germany (45 minutes)
Supercharging research with open data science and teamwork - March 11, 2020: Keynote at Open Science Conference, Berlin, Germany (20 minutes)
R and teamwork for better science in less time - February 25, 2020: UMass Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science & Technology (SMAST), New Bedford, Massachusetts (45 minutes)
R for better science in less time: Lessons from the Ocean Health Index and Openscapes - November 21, 2019: School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (45 minutes)
R and friends for better science in less time in big (and small) team collaborations - November 19, 2019: eScience Institute, Seattle, Washington (45 minutes) (video)
Building communities of practice around environmental open data science - October 16, 2019: FORCE11 Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland (30 minutes) (Zenodo)
Better science in less time: Lessons from the Ocean Health Index and Openscapes - September 5, 2019: Tampa Bay Estuary Program Open Science Workshop, St Petersburg, Florida (remote) (20 minutes)
Building communities of practice around environmental open data science- May 8, 2019: Presentation, csv,conf,v4, Portland, Oregon, USA (20 minutes) (Zenodo)
Building communities and changing culture with environmental open data science - April 18, 2019: LOACOM, Santa Barbara, California (20 minutes)
How the Ocean Health Index enables better science in less time - April 15, 2019: Department Seminar, Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, University of California, Santa Barbara, California (45 minutes)
How mentorship & community enables better science in less time - February 21, 2019: Mozilla Science Fellows Summit, New York City, New York (5 minutes)
Building communities of practice around environmental open data science - February 8, 2019: Palo Alto University Rotary Club Meeting, Palo Alto, California (20 minutes)
Enabling Open Leaders & Open Culture in Science - December 6, 2018: Mozilla All Hands Meeting, Orlando, Florida (5 minutes)
My Fellowship with Mozilla: Building communities of practice around environmental open data science - November 07, 2018: Roundtable, NCEAS, Santa Barbara, California (45 minutes)
Openscapes: Building communities of practice around environmental open data science - November 15, 2018: Progress report (15 minutes)
- Increasing the value and practice of environmental open data science - October 17, 2018: Protein Sustainability Working Group, NCEAS, Santa Barbara, California (10 minutes)