Open Science Framework
Enabling open practices and
increasing organization
Schedule
3:00-3:30 Introductions
What’s the problem?
How do we address it?
3:30-4:15
4:15-4:30
4:30-5:00
5:00-5:30
5:30-5:...
Scientific Ideals
- Innovative ideas
- Reproducible results
- Accumulation of knowledge
What’s the problem?
What’s the problem?
Incentive structure
- null results and replications are hard to publish
Personal barriers
- motivated ...
What’s the solution?
How can we solve this?

INFRASTRUCTURE
COMMUNITY
METASCIENCE
Metascience
- Conduct research to better understand the problem
- Reproducibility Project, Archival Project
Community
- Unite technological initiatives
- Unite researchers
- Enable common standards and rewards
Community

Endorsements and adoptions:
Bio, Tech & Beyond, Databrary, DataOne, Dataverse Network Project, Duraspace, EAPP,...
Infrastructure
Infrastructure
Infrastructure
Open Science Framework
osf.io
Example Projects
Use case: Research project
Use case: Journal
Use case: Idea distribution
15 Minute Break
30 minute hands on use
of OSF
1. Visit osf.io and log in or create an account
2. Create a project, add users, add
componen...
20 minute barrier
brainstorming
Break into groups of 5-10. Address these questions:
1. What, in the researcher’s incentive...
What’s coming next?
- Ability to annotate everything in OSF
- Connections to many parts of the workflow
- Lots of collabor...
Near term additions...
Groups functionality

Form integration for registries
(like AEA, clinical trials)

Comments

Deskto...
Q&A
Our contact information:
Johanna Cohoon (johanna@cos.io)
Andrew Sallans (andrew@cos.io)
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training
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Presentation Date: December 12, 2013.
Location: UC Berkeley, CA
Presenters: Johanna Cohoon & Andrew Sallans (Center for Open Science)
Center for Open Science website: http://centerforopenscience.org
Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences website: http://bitss.org/annual-meeting/2013-2/

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Open Science Framework (OSF): Presentation and Training

  1. 1. Open Science Framework Enabling open practices and increasing organization
  2. 2. Schedule 3:00-3:30 Introductions What’s the problem? How do we address it? 3:30-4:15 4:15-4:30 4:30-5:00 5:00-5:30 5:30-5:45 5:45-6:00 OSF examples and use cases Break Hands on use of the OSF Breakout session Upcoming Features Q&A
  3. 3. Scientific Ideals - Innovative ideas - Reproducible results - Accumulation of knowledge
  4. 4. What’s the problem?
  5. 5. What’s the problem? Incentive structure - null results and replications are hard to publish Personal barriers - motivated reasoning, getting it right isn’t as concrete as getting it published (Nosek, Spies, Motyl, 2012; Kunda, 1990; Trope & Liberman, 2010)
  6. 6. What’s the solution?
  7. 7. How can we solve this? INFRASTRUCTURE COMMUNITY METASCIENCE
  8. 8. Metascience - Conduct research to better understand the problem - Reproducibility Project, Archival Project
  9. 9. Community - Unite technological initiatives - Unite researchers - Enable common standards and rewards
  10. 10. Community Endorsements and adoptions: Bio, Tech & Beyond, Databrary, DataOne, Dataverse Network Project, Duraspace, EAPP, Fetzer Franklin Fund, Figshare, LJAF, Mozilla Science Lab, Network for Open Scientific Innovation, Open Science Federation, OpenfMRI, Prometheus Research, Psi Chi, PsychoPy, Reproducibility Initiative, Science Exchange, Cortex, European Journal of Personality, Journal of Research in Personality, Psi Chi Journal, Psychological Science, Journal of Social Psychology, Human Computation, Journal of Vision
  11. 11. Infrastructure
  12. 12. Infrastructure
  13. 13. Infrastructure
  14. 14. Open Science Framework osf.io
  15. 15. Example Projects
  16. 16. Use case: Research project
  17. 17. Use case: Journal
  18. 18. Use case: Idea distribution
  19. 19. 15 Minute Break
  20. 20. 30 minute hands on use of OSF 1. Visit osf.io and log in or create an account 2. Create a project, add users, add components, upload files, edit the wiki, and modify privacy of your components
  21. 21. 20 minute barrier brainstorming Break into groups of 5-10. Address these questions: 1. What, in the researcher’s incentive structure, needs to shift in order to increase transparency and reproducibility? 2. What parts of the researcher’s workflow are not yet appropriately addressed through infrastructure and technology to facilitate transparency and reproducibility?
  22. 22. What’s coming next? - Ability to annotate everything in OSF - Connections to many parts of the workflow - Lots of collaboration
  23. 23. Near term additions... Groups functionality Form integration for registries (like AEA, clinical trials) Comments Desktop drop (like DropBox) GUID shortlinks (no bigger than DOIs) Notifications API for community backup Visualizations User profiles for credit viewing Backups, mirrors
  24. 24. Q&A
  25. 25. Our contact information: Johanna Cohoon (johanna@cos.io) Andrew Sallans (andrew@cos.io)

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