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Open Science: What, why, how?

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An introductory talk on Open Science with some useful ideas and resources

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Open Science: What, why, how?

  1. 1. Pandelis Perakakis University of Granada / Open Scholar http://openscholar.org.uk – @ppandelis / @os_soc Ghent 19 May 2017 WHY TRUE SCIENCE IS ONLY OPEN SCIENCE
  2. 2. Dear Sir, ! We (Mr. Rosen and I) had sent you our manuscript for publication and had not authorized you to show it to specialists before it is printed. I see no reason to address the in any case erroneous comments of your anonymous expert. On the basis of this incident I prefer to publish the paper elsewhere. ! Respectfully, ! P.S. Mr. Rosen, who has left for the Soviet Union, has authorized me to represent him in this matter.
  3. 3. Richard Smith, former British Medical Journal editor May 28, 2015
  4. 4. 85 per cent of preclinical studies could not be replicated
  5. 5. The Journal Monopoly
  6. 6. Authors Journals IORs GOA Society Politics Media Awards & Funding Preprints Author-guided PR Articles Reviews Metadata Full-Text online & Metadata Rating of Articles & Reviews Natural Selection of Academic Papers
  7. 7. Paul GinspargTim Berners Lee
  8. 8. FREE MULTIDISCIPLINARY OPEN ACCESS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25ji9-52k7c
  9. 9. Working team: 7 members 145 members from 21 countries Two large projects http://openscholar.org.uk/
  10. 10. http://www.openscholar.org.uk/independent-peer-review- manifesto/
  11. 11. http://www.sjscience.org
  12. 12. http://comment.coar-repositories.org
  13. 13. So, why should I care?
  14. 14. The brain is a scientist!
  15. 15. The scientific method is a fundamental process that evolved as the optimal strategy for the survival of the individual
  16. 16. Humanity’s collective effort to minimise uncertainty
  17. 17. Open-minded scepticism
  18. 18. A scientist has no investment in the outcome of the experiment
  19. 19. Scientist Academic Open-minded Content journal editors Sceptical No replications or negative results Consider all data Inaccessible articles, data, software code Collaborate Compete for scarce resources No investment in the outcome p-hacking
  20. 20. Let’s say I do care, what should I do?
  21. 21. https://vimeo.com/189880043
  22. 22. http://ec.europa.eu/research/openscience/index.cfm? pg=home&section=monitor
  23. 23. https://osf.io
  24. 24. • h$ps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KUMSeq_Pz p4KveZ7pb5rddcssk1XBTiLHniD0d3nDqo/edit#gid=151 9702055 • h$ps://www.dataone.org/invesSgator-toolkit • h$p://www.taverna.org.uk/ • h$p://contentmine.org/#soVware • h$p://tabula.technology/ • h$p://openscience.org/soVware/ • h$ps://www.openscienceprize.org/ • h$p://commons.pelagios.org/ h$p://www.viseyes.org/shiva/
  25. 25. openscholar.org.uk peraka@ugr.es

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