How to Submit a Poster to the Day of Data

All posters should be submitted to the Day of Data EliScholar site as a PDF. There are no restrictions regarding poster size, but take a look at the Yale ITS Conference Poster page ="">here for some best practice guidelines.

  1. Click on the Submit Poster link in the left sidebar.
  2. You will need to make an account in EliScholar to submit a poster. Click on the Create New Account button and fill out the necessary information. This will be your EliScholar account going forward.
  3. You should now be able to sign in and upload your poster. In the poster submission form, your poster is called an Event.
    • Event Title: the title of your poster
    • Presenter Information: will be filled in based on your login. If there are multiple poster authors, they can be added by clicking on the green + button.
    • Related Event Website: if you have website for your project, you can add the URL here.
    • Disciplines: Choose whichever disciplines you feel fit your research. Choosing disciplines here will add your submission to the larger Digital Commons discipline communities to make it easier to find.
    • Event Description: an abstract of your poster.
    • Additional Information: any other information that you want to include.
    • Full Text of Presentation: upload your poster here, preferably as a PDF.
    • Additional Files: if, for some reason, your poster will not upload using the Full Text upload, you can try and upload your poster as additional files. Please try creating a PDF of your poster before uploading other file types here.
  4. Click Submit.

You will be notified by email once site administrators have accepted your poster. You will be given an opportunity to make any revisions to your poster, and then it will be published on the day of data site.


Data analysis using regression modeling: visual display and setup of simple and complex statistical models

Emil N. Coman, Ethel Donaghue TRIPP Center, UConn Health Center
Maria A. Coman, Eastern Conn State University
Eugen Iordache, Transilvania University
Russell Barbour, CIRA Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS
Lisa Dierker, Wesleyan University

Data Workflow in Large Scale Simulations of Blood Flow in Aneurysms

Paolo Di Achille, Yale University
Jay D. Humphrey, Yale University

Detecting modules in multiplex networks – an application for integrating expression profiles across multiple species

Koon-Kiu Yan, Yale University
Daifeng Wang, Yale University
Joel Rozowsky, Yale University
Henry Zheng, Yale University
Baikang Pei, Yale University
Mark Gerstein, Yale University

Incorporating satellite derived cloud climatologies to improve high resolution interpolation of daily precipitation.

Adam M. Wilson, Yale University
Benoit Parmentier, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
Brian McGill, University of Maine - Main
Rob Guralnick, University of Colorado at Boulder
Walter Jetz, Yale University

SAS Essentials: Maximize the Efficiency of Your Most Basic Users

Julie Kezik, Yale University
Melissa Hill, Yale University

The Future of Research and Collaboration – The Dedicated Science Network

Andrew Sherman, Yale University
David Galassi, Yale University
William Boos, Yale University
Daisuke Nagai, Yale University

The Repository as Data (Re) User: Hand Curating for Replication

Limor Peer, Yale University / ISPS


Ji Wang, Yale University
Debra Fischer, Yale University