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This presentation was provided by Kaveh Bazargan of River Valley Technologies, during the NISO Hot Topic Virtual Conference "Building Access, Openness, and Sharing." The event was held on Wednesday, September 28, 2022.

This presentation was provided by Kaveh Bazargan of River Valley Technologies, during the NISO Hot Topic Virtual Conference "Building Access, Openness, and Sharing." The event was held on Wednesday, September 28, 2022.

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Bazargan "Technology and Satisfying Open Science Requirements"

  1. 1. RiverValley.io Opening science Kaveh Bazargan 28 September 2022
  2. 2. RiverValley.io Over 30 years in publishing • UK and India (Kerala) • Average service of sta ff : 16 years – more like family! • Content creation (XML, PDF, etc) • End to end platforms for publishers • Submission & peer review • Proof checking • Hosting
  3. 3. RiverValley.io Our clients
  4. 4. RiverValley.io Pressure to open science • UNESCO: Recommendation on Open Science November 2021 • White House OSTP: Free, Immediate, and Equitable Access to Federally Funded Research August 2022 (follows 2013 Obama memorandum) • Much overlap • Some points unclear
  5. 5. RiverValley.io Implications • Financial • APCs • Read & Publish • Subscribe to Open, etc • Technical
  6. 6. RiverValley.io Some catchwords
  7. 7. RiverValley.io Immediate Open Access • Open Access to content (article, chapter, conference papers etc) • Open peer review (?) • Archive in open repositories: • PMC, Crossref, DOAJ
  8. 8. RiverValley.io Data and metadata • Open data • FAIR principles – Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable • Extensive metadata • Open source software • Text and data mining
  9. 9. RiverValley.io Machine readable • Full structured XML • PIDs (Persistent IDs) • ORCID • ROR (Research Organization Registry) • Crossref Grant ID – coming soon from Crossref
  10. 10. RiverValley.io Transparency • All content scrutinized by any 3rd party • e.g. allay climate change sceptics • Data availability statement, in machine readable form
  11. 11. RiverValley.io Equity • Low barrier to publish and to access content • Engage ERCs and non-scientists • Marginalized communities and the underserved • People with disabilities • Remove language barriers
  12. 12. RiverValley.io Engagement and interactivity • 3rd party integrations • e.g. interactive 3D • Allow data manipulation • Citizen science • Crowdsourcing data
  13. 13. RiverValley.io How to comply?
  14. 14. RiverValley.io Spoiler… • Publish the full XML (e.g. JATS for articles) • Use modern software to host content • Integrate with open 3rd party software – don’t reinvent!
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  25. 25. RiverValley.io • “XML- fi rst” work fl ow • HTML is a view of the content • PDF is a view of the content • XML is the content
  26. 26. RiverValley.io • There is only one David • But we can copy XML • So always publish the XML
  27. 27. RiverValley.io The power of XML- fi rst
  28. 28. RiverValley.io One XML – Many PDFs
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  34. 34. RiverValley.io Better PDFs than InDesign!
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  37. 37. RiverValley.io Some examples of conforming
  38. 38. RiverValley.io Open peer review
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  41. 41. RiverValley.io Text and data mining
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  45. 45. RiverValley.io Inclusivity
  46. 46. RiverValley.io Multiple languages
  47. 47. RiverValley.io Content
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  49. 49. RiverValley.io Crowdsource translations
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  51. 51. RiverValley.io People with disabilities
  52. 52. RiverValley.io XML for 3rd parties
  53. 53. RiverValley.io Dyslexic view
  54. 54. RiverValley.io Interactivity
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  56. 56. RiverValley.io Interactive 3D
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  70. 70. RiverValley.io NMR data
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  73. 73. RiverValley.io Citizen science
  74. 74. RiverValley.io GBIF—Global Biodiversity Information Facility
  75. 75. RiverValley.io Sand fl y diseases in indigenous people in Brazil
  76. 76. RiverValley.io Mosquito alert
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  78. 78. RiverValley.io How to open science • Full, structured XML must be published • Use XML- fi rst technology • Integrate with 3rd parties – don’t reinvent • Consider non-specialists, underserved, marginalised communities • Allow users to interact kaveh@rivervalley.io

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