Biocuration 2019 - tell us your thoughts

Thank you for attending Biocuration 2019 in Cambridge, UK. We hope you enjoyed the meeting and can spare us some of your time to complete this survey.

We welcome your feedback on all aspects of the conference as this helps us when planning future meetings, ensuring they meet your needs and expectations.

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* 1. Please tell us your overall rating for the meeting

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* 2. Please tell us how satisfied you were with the following elements of the meeting

  Very satisfied Satisfied Neither satisfied or unsatisfied Unsatisfied Very unsatisfied
Registration Process
Conference materials
Speakers / presenters

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* 3. Please tell us how much you agree with the following statements:

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"I would recommend the conference to my colleagues"
"The conference represented a good opportunity to network"
"The DATABASE journal virtual issue was important for this meeting"

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* 4. Please rate the workshops (score out of 5)

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Developing the Gene Regulation Knowledge Commons
The IMEx consortium and molecular interactions: beyond A binds to B
2nd Phenotypes Traversing all the organisms workshop
Practical ontology applications, tooling and interoperability best practices for FAIRification
Mapping the landscape of biocuration - where are the biocurators and what do they need?
How should biological resources be evaluated?
Diverse perspectives on data licensing
Curating evidence of gene:disease validity for clinical omics
Biocuration in industry
Equality, diversity and inclusion
EMBL-EBI tools and resources

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* 5. Please rate the sessions (Score out of 5)

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Keynote presentations
Poster session
Session 1: Functional Annotation
Session 2: Curation and data visualisation tools
Session 3: Curation for human health and nutrition
Session 4: Database journal sessions
Session 5: Data standards and ontologies: Making data FAIR
Session 6: Interacting with the research community

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* 6. Did the talks and sessions address new areas of biocuration?

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* 7. With regards to the poster session, where there are constraints on space how would you like to see the poster session run?

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* 8. What was the best thing about the conference?

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* 9. What was the worst thing about the conference?

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* 10. Are you a member of the ISB?

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* 11. Are you planning to attend Biocuration 2020 in Bar Harbor, Maine?

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* 12. In what ways could the conference be improved?  Please include suggestions for topics you would like to see included in future meetings.

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