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MCS Wiki

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The Mechanical Circulatory Support (MCS) Wiki was implemented as a knowledge base, especially for PhD candidates and early career researchers. Within the MCS Wiki the most common terms in the field of MCS, equations and information can be defined and expanded on by the OpenHeart community.
Collating this background information in one space, under the guidance and peer-review of senior researchers in the field of MCS will improve the education of students and emerging researchers in the field of MCS around the globe.
The MCS Wiki was implemented within Confluence and we need your contribution to expand the MCS Wiki. A step-by-step guide on how to contribute either by creating new pages or reviewing existing ones can be found here. (Insert download link for document here)

Data Repositories

 

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The core entity for sharing data within the OpenHeart community are the open-source data repositories hosted within Bitbucket, which allows researchers to create unlimited repositories to upload and share their data. Specifically, current and former PhD candidates are invited to share their data to give PhD projects a second life rather than languishing in university or laboratory archives.
A step-by-step guide on how to create data repositories can be found here. (Insert download link for document here)

What to Share?

Information to be shared (but is not limited to):