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Data reuse and scholarly reward: understanding practice and building infrastructure

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authors: Todd Vision and Heather Piwowar …

authors: Todd Vision and Heather Piwowar
presented at: iEvoBio, Ottawa, July 11, 2012

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  • 1. Data reuse and scholarly reward:understanding practice andbuilding infrastructureTodd Visionab, Heather Piwowaraca NationalEvolutionary Synthesis CenterbUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillcDuke University
  • 2. OutlineArticle citation boost from open data focusing on gene expression dataPatterns of data reuse across repositories 1000 datasets from 10 repositoriesBeyond traditional metrics total-impact.org
  • 3. The open data citation boost I Citation boost (95% CI) pImpact factor (increase 2X) 84% (54-109%) <0.001Date of publication (1 month earlier) 3% (2-5%) <0.001Nationality (US corresponding author) 38% (1-89%) 0.049Data publicly available 69% (18-143%) 0.006 Piwowar et al. (2007) PLoS ONE 2, e308
  • 4. The open data citation boost II
  • 5. Reuse by self vs others
  • 6. Extrapolated reuse by others
  • 7. Why?1. Data Reuse2. Credibility Signalling3. Increased Visibility4. Early View5. Selection Biashttp://researchremix.wordpress.com/2012/07/02/open-data-citation-advantage
  • 8. Data citation by repository
  • 9. data repositoriesreference managers blog citations social bookmarks social networks
  • 10. Escaping the article citation deathtrap http://total-impact.org/collection/qdp779
  • 11. Analysis software and data: https://github.com/hpiwowarLicense: CCZero for data where possible, MIT for codeDryad: new BSD license: http://code.google.com/p/dryad/DataONE: Apache licensehttp://www.dataone.org/developer-resourcesTotal-impact: MIT license: https://github.com/total-impact/Contributions from: Jonathan Carlson, Sarah Judson, Jason Priem, EstephanieSta Maria, Nick Weber, Mike WhitlockFunding: NSF (to DataONE, Dryad, and NESCent), Sloan Foundation, OpenSociety FoundationFollow us: Todd: @tjvision Heather: @researchremix, researchremix.wordpress.org Dryad: @datadryad, blog.datadryad.org @totalimpactorg, total-impact.tumblr.com

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