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GO FAIR Brazil: A Challenge for Brazilian Data Science

Luana Sales, Patrícia Henning, Viviane Veiga, Maira Murrieta Costa, Luís Fernando Sayão, Luiz Olavo Bonino da Silva Santos, Luís Ferreira Pires
2019 Data Intelligence  
To contextualise this understanding, we provide a brief presentation of open data policies in Brazilian research and government, and finally, we describe a model that has been adopted for the GO FAIR Brazil  ...  The Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology is responsible for the GO FAIR Brazil Office, which operates in all fields of knowledge and supports thematic implementation networks.  ...  GO FAIR Brazil: A Challenge for Brazilian Data Science of Open Access to Brazilian Research Data for Citizen Science", this being one of the precursors to the guidelines for the opening of research data  ... 
doi:10.1162/dint_a_00046 fatcat:42q3kwctzbaqtm7wdpan2s4q2y

Brazil [chapter]

Frederico Bertholini
2022 Populists and the Pandemic  
This section describes how the Brazilian president developed a strategy based on the concept of herd immunity and the promotion of ineffective " miracle drugs" while blaming all who opposed him for the  ...  This chapter addresses the populist ( non) response to COVID-19 in Brazil, and it is organized into four sections.  ...  However, at some point in the pandemic trajectory, as the number of deaths increased, all leaders decided to take a step back and to understand the virus as a central challenge. Except for Bolsonaro.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003197614-4 fatcat:yaclwylnpfd5pjjfsfxhlwww24

Brazil [chapter]

Fernanda De Negri, Cristiane Vianna Rauen
2021 Harnessing Public Research for Innovation in the 21st Century  
Data consolidated by De Negri et al. (2009) show that only 14 percent of all research projects supported by the main source of public funding for science and technology (S&T) in Brazil, the so-called  ...  this challenge.  ... 
doi:10.1017/9781108904230.016 fatcat:ppgdmsxcazb2vixftgvkrfxdma

Bia Brazil: Activewear Made in Brazil to the World

Masaaki Kotabe, Moema Pereira Nunes, Fernanda Kalil Steinbruch
2021 RAC: Revista de Administração Contemporânea  
This teaching case presents the company Bia Brazil, one of the leading Brazilian exporters of activewear, founded in 1994 by a former gymnast, Beatriz, with websites in Portuguese, English, and Spanish  ...  There have been two failed attempts at physical stores, and although it continues with only online sales in the domestic market, the entrepreneur seeks a model to grow inside Brazil.  ...  Their contributions were extremely important for the improvement of this teaching case.  ... 
doi:10.1590/1982-7849rac2021190357.en fatcat:tdc5f65t7rbm5ik3yb37mm6aqa

Exceptions and Limitations to Copyright in Brazil [chapter]

Pedro Nicoletti Mizukami, Ronaldo Lemos, Bruno Magrani, Carlos Affonso Pereira de Souza
2008 Access to Knowledge in Brazil  
Different systems are used for data transfer, for example, p2p networks. 14 These are technical means of getting data from a given computer to another across the networks that comprise the Internet, using  ...  This is a system that is considerably distant from American fair use; it is closer to the more rigid fair-dealing systems observed in Latin America and Continental Europe.  ... 
doi:10.5040/ fatcat:eeranfozdzeaheu7rlaetjh5ia

Electoral Governance in Brazil

Vitor Marchetti
2012 Brazilian Political Science Review  
This article examines the electoral governance institutional model adopted in Brazil and its consequences for political/electoral competition.  ...  The Brazilian Governance Mode 2 A series of political episodes in recent Brazilian history showcase the importance of the Electoral Justice System in ensuring significant standards of electoral fairness  ...  For institutions regulating political competition, the greater good is to guarantee the fairness of the electoral process.  ... 
doaj:816789eff89d4c3b94ca19d4a4b662cc fatcat:ddttpgzuzbhb5eqm3rn4okstsi

Sucupira - A Platform for the Evaluation of Graduate Education in Brazil

Manoel Brod Siqueira
2019 Procedia Computer Science  
Brazil has a vigorous program for graduate studies with more than 6.400 courses of various knowledge areas all over the country.  ...  Nowadays, CAPES is in the process of developing and implementing a Current Research Information System (CRIS) for improve the quality of data received and, for consequence, available.  ...  INTRODUCTION The Brazilian Program for Graduate Studies (PNPG) was officially organized at the end of 1960s, formalizing existing initiatives already going on in universities and research centers (Guimarães  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2019.01.081 fatcat:7cs2ef3wtnbmxjh6pnb3vmpv7u

Exploring differences in scientific production originated from professional and academic graduate courses in Brazil [article]

André Brasil
2019 Figshare  
The latter one was authorized by the Brazilian Ministry of Education in 1998, at first only for master's courses.  ...  The Brazilian System of Graduate Courses counts with two different modalities of programs: academic and professional.  ...  (R Core Team, 2017) After exploring the data, consolidated datasets were exported for use in Tableau, a Business Intelligence tool that focuses on data visualization, dashboarding and data discovery.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.9443693.v1 fatcat:5pnjdh6zuvcurchmmkytn7zqau

Brazil : Self-Inflicted Pain

Cristina Terra
2016 Social Science Research Network  
The Brazilian economy grew 7.5% in 2010, when Mr. Lula finished his second mandate as president with a popularity rate of 85%. Six years later, his successor, Ms.  ...  Lula, which created distortions in the economy and a large fiscal burden for the government. The acting president, Mr.  ...  Let us go back a few years. Brazil is, historically, one of the most unequal countries of the world.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2832154 fatcat:eiaey4rb7vgzrcgyyc6yq2waou


T. A.A. Wambier, C. S. Bueno
2016 BRICS Law Journal  
and the challenges that the new Code of Civil Procedure, which came into effect in march 2016, brought about for Brazilian civil procedure lawyers and scholars.  ...  The authors hope that the general lines drawn have managed to achieve their aim, which is to enable foreign scholars of procedural law to become acquainted with Brazilian civil procedural law, its functions  ...  they go to work. 33 The performance of regulatory role, often exercised by class actions, is being increasingly considered one of the main goals of civil justice in Brazil. 34 Brazilian class actions  ... 
doi:10.21684/2412-2343-2016-3-4-6-40 fatcat:hx2jjkdadvf2ppvzyztaar4oka

Comparative biochemistry and physiology in Brazil: A critical appraisal

Carlos Arturo Navas, José Guilherme Chaui-Berlinck, José Eduardo P.W. Bicudo, Vânia R. Pivello, Marcio Martins
2007 Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A  
Our study is based on data collected from the ISI Web-of-Science.  ...  Overall, our data shows that comparative biochemistry and physiology is a lively and productive discipline, but that some biases limit the scope of the field in Brazil.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Marcelo Hermes-Lima for the helpful comments and discussion, the Editorial Board of Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology for supporting a volume featuring Comparative Physiology  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cbpa.2007.01.025 pmid:17321770 fatcat:jbhbw3h76jghtaf6um6ne57hma

Information technology astronomical data in Brazil: Perspectives and proposals

Ulisses Barres de Almeida, Alberto Krone-Martins, Marcos Diaz, José Dias do Nascimento, Wagner V. Léo, Reinaldo R. Rosa, Roberto K. Saito
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper we present a summary of the results of a survey recently conducted by the Commission to diagnose the status of several data-related issues within the Brazilian astronomical community, as  ...  The Commission on Science and Information Technology (CTCI) of the Brazilian Astronomical Society (SAB) is tasked with assisting the Society on issues of astronomical data management, from its handling  ...  This paper is the result of the work of the Commission on Science and Information Technology (CTCI) of the Brazilian Astronomical Society (SAB) and presents the results of a survey conducted within the  ... 
arXiv:2006.08703v1 fatcat:i6y7hi34kvfbrlyqzpczo2xyca

Scientific and Technological Education in Brazil: Advancements and Challenges for the 21st Century [chapter]

Claudio André, Norma Teresinha Oliveira Reis, Demerval Guillarducci Bruzzi
2009 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
There is a complexity of challenges related to scientific and technological education in Brazil, including literacy in basic concepts and principles by students; better pre-and in-service teacher training  ...  This paper aims to: a) provide a general panorama of Brazilian education; b) discuss some current Brazilian efforts targeted to the advancement of scientific and technological education in pre-college  ...  fairs, science clubs, astronomy clubs, and so forth.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03115-1_1 fatcat:tkzhyvmrcveuzmpxgyfxl5xufu

Democracy and Violence in Brazil

James Holston
1999 Comparative Studies in Society and History  
Although political democracy promised a new horizon of equality and fairness-a new sense of the future for Brazilians-its incapacity to deal with violence has eroded that horizon for many.  ...  Supreme Court has tended to equate due process with fairness, going beyond common law procedure to meet that standard.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0010417599003102 fatcat:bpnxftxs7bc2tclxfueix7enbi

Brazil: History, significant breakthroughs and present challenges in science communication [chapter]

Luisa Massarani, Ildeu de Castro Moreira
2020 Communicating Science: A Global Perspective  
The main challenges for science communication can be divided into three parts. The first one is to reach the entire Brazilian population.  ...  Public policies constitute the second part of the challenge for the development of science communication.  ... 
doi:10.22459/cs.2020.07 fatcat:gbhbhgbsbjc4tjb67xyn3edjyi
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