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A surprising amount of publicly funded research data stays private. How could that change?
Commission aims to provide instant access to data stores across Europe, but some scientists worry about governance, control and costs.
Text and data mining made easy with the allofPLOS project. Parsing tools together with the entire corpus of PLOS research articles for download.
Promoting data sharing by improving data information literacy in German academic libraries.
Launching the next iteration of the SPARC Europe Open Access Champion program with the debut of our Open Data Champions.
Linking associated research outputs.
Open data is gaining ground, but is there a revenue stream that would help journals recover the costs of gathering, reviewing and publishing data?
Missing trial results undermine pandemic preparedness
Why is is needed and how it can be achieved easily and cheaply.
Investigating the implementation of data management and sharing requirements within development research projects.
Public Money, Public Code is a campaign of the Free Software Foundation Europe that seeks to transform that ideal into European law.
Ideas and data can interact, and our work can certainly benefit from the bad ideas that, in the short-term, do not seem to directly benefit discovery.
An analysis of a collection of open-access datasets quantifies their benefit to the scientific community.
How to make widespread open data a reality.
Figshare's annual report shows that open data has become more embedded in the research community: 82% of survey respondents are aware of open data sets and more researchers are curating their data for sharing.
Canadian Science Publishing's Mary Seligy provides a primer on standards, XML and JATS4R, which is driving improved reusability of scholarly content.
3 case studies that highlight the challenges surrounding decisions about how––and how best––to make things open.
Looking at some of the issues around the reuse of scientific data and open a conversation about how to deal with them.
EMBL-EBI’s open chemistry data services combine curiosity-driven science and pragmatic solution-finding for drug discovery.
Data-driven methods have come to dominate many scientific fields, but many fields exhibit distressingly low rates of reproducibility.