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Cal Poly - Data Management: Who knew it was a hot topic?

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October 17, 2013 @ Robert E. Kennedy Library, Data Studio, California Polytechnic State University. …

October 17, 2013 @ Robert E. Kennedy Library, Data Studio, California Polytechnic State University.
New mandates, announcements, memos, and requirements are emerging that encourage better data management, data sharing, and data preservation. In this presentation, data curation specialist Carly Strasser, PhD, offers a lay of the data management land by discussing recent events, resources, and new directions for data stewardship.

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  • 1. Data   Management:   Who  Knew    Could   be  a  Hot  Topic?   Carly  Strasser,  PhD   California  Digital  Library   @carlystrasser   From  Flickr  by  Velo  Steve   Cal  Poly   Oct  2013  
  • 2. From  Flickr  by  ~shorts  and  longs   Publications  &     Their  Citation    
  • 3. From  Flickr  by  diylibrarian   www blog.order2disorder.com   From  Flickr  by  csessums   Metadata   From  Flickr  by  csessums   Data   Recreated  from  Klump  et  al.  2006  
  • 4. UGLY TRUTH btrgroup.com   Many  (most?)   researchers…         are  not  taught  data  management   are  not  effectively  managing  or  organizing  their  data   don’t  share  data  publicly  or  store  it  in  an  archive   aren’t  convinced  they  should  share  data   don’t  know  about  tools  that  can  help  them    
  • 5. •  Cost   •  Confusion  about   standards   •  Lack  of  training   •  Fear  of  lost  rights  or   benefits   •  No  incentives   From  Flickr  by  iowa_spirit_walker  
  • 6. From  Flickr  by  mikerosebery    There  is  a  social  contract  of  science:  we   have  an  obligation  to  ensure  dissemination,   validation,  &  advancement.   To  not  do  so  is  science  malpractice.       –  Brian  Hole,  Ubiquity  Press  at  UCL  
  • 7. Data  are  being  recognized   as  first  class  products  of   research   From  Flickr  by  Richard  Moross  
  • 8. From  Flickr  by  torkildr   Data  management  plans   Data  sharing  mandates   Data  publications   Data  citation  
  • 9. Data  publications   Data  citation   Data  management  plans   Data  sharing  mandates  
  • 10. From  Flickr  by  diylibrarian   www Data   www Metadata   From  Flickr  by  torkildr   Recreated  from  Klump  et  al.  2006  
  • 11. First:  DMPs   Federal  Funding  Accountability   and  Transparency  Act   2006     2010  – present     2010  
  • 12. Journal  publishers  
  • 13. NSF  bio-­‐sketches  can  include  data  
  • 14. Eight   months   ago…   …  “Federal  agencies  investing  in  research  and   development  (more  than  $100  million  in  annual   expenditures)  must  have  clear  and  coordinated   policies  for  increasing  public  access  to  research   products.”  
  • 15. 1.  Maximize  free  public  access   2.  Ensure  researchers  create  data   management  plans   3.  Allow  costs  for  data  preservation  and  access   4.  Ensure  evaluation  of  data  management   plan  merits   5.  Ensure  researchers  comply  with  their  data   management  plans   6.  Promote  data  deposition  into  public   repositories   7.  Develop  approaches  for  identification  and   attribution  of  datasets   8.  Educate  folks  about  data  stewardship   From  Flickr  by  Joe  Crimmings  Photography  
  • 16. Universities  +  government  =  cross-­‐institutional   repositories  of  public-­‐access  publications     How:   CHORUS   common,  brief  set  of  metadata   1.  Establish   requirements   2.  Expose  metadata  to  search  engines  and  other   discovery    
  • 17.   Data  Publication    
  • 18. Data  Citation   Example:   Sidlauskas,  B.  2007.  Data  from:  Testing  for  unequal  rates  of  morphological   diversification  in  the  absence  of  a  detailed  phylogeny:  a  case  study  from   characiform  fishes.  Dryad  Digital  Repository.  doi:10.5061/dryad.20    
  • 19. Researcher  Identification  
  • 20. A  word  about   Metrics…   From  Flickr  by  Skakerman  
  • 21. Articles  are  the  butterfly  pinned  on   the  wall.  Pretty  but  not  very   useful.  They  are  only  the   advertisements  for  scholarship.       –  A.  Levi,  U.  Maryland  College  of  Information   Studies     From  Flickr  by  LisaW123  
  • 22. Impact   Factors     +      Citation   Counts     Altmetrics   •  Article-­‐level   metrics   •  altmetrics  for  alt-­‐ products  
  • 23. Metrics  
  • 24. NSF  funded  DataNet  Project   Office  of  Cyberinfrastructure   www.dataone.org  
  • 25. B   A   C  
  • 26. B   A   C  
  • 27. Intercept  researchers   where  they  already   work   28  
  • 28. Investigator  Toolkit  Support     Plan   Kepler Analyze   Collect   Integrate   Assure   Discover   Describe   Preserve  
  • 29. From  Flickr  by  twm1340   Culture   Shift  Ahead  
  • 30. From  Flickr  by  cdsessums   notebook   science   source   content   access   data   government   repository   knowledge  
  • 31. Open  Science   Making  scientific   data,     research,  &   dissemination   available  to  all   From  Flickr  by  CapesTreasures.com  
  • 32. Map  of  Scientific  Collaborations   flowingdata.com  
  • 33. From  Flickr  by  darkuncle   Why  participate?   Reproducibility     25   20   15   Good   10   Bad   Ugly   5   0   Trial  1   Trial  2   Trial  3  
  • 34. Reproducibility   Credibility   From  Flickr  by  darkuncle   Why  participate?  
  • 35. www.brutallyhonest.org  
  • 36. From  Flickr  by  Robert  Couse-­‐Baker   “Help  us  identify  grants  that  are  wasteful  or  that  you  don’t  think   are  a  good  use  of  taxpayer  dollars.”       Rep.  Adrian  Smith  (R-­‐Nebraska),  a  member  of  the  House  Committee  on  Science  and   Technology    
  • 37. Reproducibility   Credibility   Faster  progress     From  Flickr  by  darkuncle   Why  participate?  
  • 38. Success  Stories  
  • 39. Reproducibility   Credibility   Faster  progress   Required   From  Flickr  by  darkuncle   Why  participate?  
  • 40. Journals     Institutions     From  Flickr  by  Eva  Rinaldi  Celebrity  and  Live  Music  Photographer     Funders      
  • 41. From  Flickr  by  cdsessums   notebook   science   source   content   access   data   government   repository   knowledge  
  • 42. Digital        ¤ Free      ¤ Online   No  price  or  permission  barriers   Full  content   Immediately  available   Not  just  publications  
  • 43. From  Flickr  by  cdsessums   notebook   science   source   content   access   data   government   repository   knowledge  
  • 44. From  Flickr  by  Ninja  M.   Open   Data   certain  data  should  be  freely  available  to   everyone  to  use  &  republish  as  they  wish,   without  restrictions  from  copyright,  patents  or   other  mechanisms  of  control  
  • 45. But…   From  Flickr  by  jackcheng   “Scientists  will  be  overwhelmed”   “It  may  be  used  for  evil”   “The  public  will  misunderstand  it”    
  • 46. From  Flickr  by  cdsessums   notebook   science   source   content   access   data   government   repository   knowledge  
  • 47. My  website   Email  me   Tweet  me   My  slides   carlystrasser.net   carlystrasser@gmail.com   @carlystrasser     slideshare.net/carlystrasser