Open Science for Australian Institute of Marine Science Workshop

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Presentation on open science and open data for the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) workshop on "Raising your research profile using research data". 18 June 2014.

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Open Science for Australian Institute of Marine Science Workshop

  1. 1. Carly Strasser California Digital Library carlystrasser@gmail.com 18 June 2014 From Flickr by Jill G Changing the culture of research
  2. 2. Enable data sharing Encourage new incentives Think about code sharing Work with libraries, publishers and researchers Explore new tools to help change system Build tools Advocate for open science
  3. 3. FromFlickrbyMarcSardon Why do they pay? Modified from Cameron Neylon
  4. 4. From Flickr by Be.Futreproof From Flickr by natematias From Flickr by Derek K. Miller Modified from Cameron Neylon
  5. 5. Why do scientists do science? Modified from Cameron Neylon
  6. 6. FromFlickrbyEmiliodelPrado From Flickr by 401(K) 2013 Modified from Cameron Neylon
  7. 7. Doing science is a privilege. Modified from Cameron Neylon
  8. 8. Scientists have an obligation ensure reproducibility & trustworthiness further scientific progress
  9. 9. How?
  10. 10. notebook science source content access data government repository knowledge FromFlickrbycdsessums
  11. 11. notebook science source content access data government repository knowledge FromFlickrbycdsessums
  12. 12. Open Science Making data research dissemination available to all
  13. 13. Why?
  14. 14. Because we need to be credible. Because reproducibility is one of the fundamental tenets of science.
  15. 15. Because Fox News, creationism, and the war on science. Because we need to be credible. Because reproducibility is one of the fundamental tenets of science.
  16. 16. “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
  17. 17. Because Fox News, creationism, and the war on science. Because we need to be credible. Because reproducibility is one of the fundamental tenets of science. Because it means faster progress.
  18. 18. Because you are a future scientists need your data.
  19. 19. From Flickr by Redden-McAllister From Flickr by Ken Cowell From Flickr Brandi Jordan
  20. 20. Because you have to.
  21. 21. Journals Institutions Funders From Flickr by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
  22. 22. notebook science source content access data government repository knowledge FromFlickrbycdsessums
  23. 23. E-notebooks Open Lab Notebooks onsnetwork.org
  24. 24. notebook science source content access data government repository knowledge FromFlickrbycdsessums
  25. 25. From Flickr by PGRsOnline Digital ¤ Free ¤ Online No price or permission barriers Full content Immediately available Not just publications
  26. 26. OA OA Journals Peer review e.g., PLOS & Ecosphere OA OA Repositories No peer review Can be institutional or discipline-specific 2 flavors of OA FromFlickrbyTheCulinaryGeek
  27. 27. OA: OA Journals •  Some charge authors but many don’t •  Waived fees if institution has a subscription •  Institutions have funds for paying fees
  28. 28. OA: OA Repositories •  House articles for authors •  Articles can be in OA journals or traditional journals •  Post-print archiving is… explicitly allowed by ~60% of journals allowed by almost all others by request •  Solves pricing and permission problems
  29. 29. OA: OA Repositories •  House articles for authors •  Articles can be in OA journals or traditional journals •  Post-print archiving is… explicitly allowed by ~60% of journals allowed by almost all others by request •  Solves pricing and permission problems Holdup: Authors aren’t doing it
  30. 30. http://datapub.cdlib.org/2012/11/06/researchers-make-your-previous-work-oa/
  31. 31. notebook science source content access data government repository knowledge FromFlickrbycdsessums
  32. 32. Open certain data should be freely available to everyone to use & republish as they wish, without restrictions from copyright, patents or other mechanisms of control Data From Flickr by Ninja M.
  33. 33. From Flickr by Iqubal Osman Culture Shift Required
  34. 34. h/t Ted Hart, NEON
  35. 35. You can be the Guardian Steward Caretaker Data can’t be owned.
  36. 36. databib.org Where should I put my data? Find a repository for your data
  37. 37. notebook science source content access data government repository knowledge From  Flickr  by  cdsessums  
  38. 38. Open Source Software •  source code available •  licensed so that others can study, change and distribute the software to anyone and for any purpose •  Developed in a public, collaborative manner
  39. 39. Benefits •  Reproduce research •  Find & fix bugs •  Extend utility: new software •  Community effort tcpermaculture.com
  40. 40. What does this have to do with science?
  41. 41. From Flickr by Micah Taylor Other Fun Stuff
  42. 42. Step-by-step wizard for generating DMP create | edit | re-use | share Free & open to community dmptool.orgWrite a DMP
  43. 43. Learn new skills software carpentry www.software-carpentry.org
  44. 44. Data Code Slides Blogs Downloads Tweets Mentions Views From Flickr by Skakerman Get credit Altmetrics Article-level metrics Altmetrics for alt-products
  45. 45. Altmetrics Article-level metrics Altmetrics for alt-products Get credit
  46. 46. Claim your work
  47. 47. From  Flickr  by  dotpolka   Open science FTW
  48. 48. FromFlickrbycompujeramey! My website Email me Tweet me My slides carlystrasser.net carlystrasser@gmail.com @carlystrasser slideshare.net/carlystrasser

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