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4 reasons to do Open Data
Joe McArthur (@R2RC)
Assistant Director, Right to Research Coalition
Co-founder, Open Access But...
Launched in Summer 2009.
Built around the Student Statement
on the Right to Research: access to
research is a student righ...
These slides and more:
Massive thank you to @jenny_molloy for licensing her slides CC-BY
so I could remix them here. Her s...
Today’s talk
• Why make data open?
• What is the potential of Open Data across
fields,
• Why should you learn to do it,
• ...
Before we begin…
www.righttoresearch.org
Slide from Jenny Molley at www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015-sh...
www.righttoresearch.org
Slide from Jenny Molley at www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015-sharing-researchdata
www.righttoresearch.org
Slide from Jenny Molley at www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015-sharing-researchdata
www.righttoresearch.org
Slide from Jenny Molley at www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015-sharing-researchdata
www.righttoresearch.org
Slide from Jenny Molley at www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015-sharing-researchdata
www.righttoresearch.org
Some Caveats…
www.righttoresearch.org
BINGO! By Marlon E on Flickr, licensed under CC-BY-SA 2.0
https://www.flickr.com/photos/sjsharktan...
it’s better for your career
http://whatshouldwecallgradschool.tumblr.com/post/75410649038/when-my-paper-gets-cited
http://whatshouldwecallgradschool.tumblr.com/post/75410649038/when-my-paper-gets-cited
DATA
Open Data = Increased Citations?
www.righttoresearch.org
Source: Piwowar HA, Vision TJ. (2013) Data reuse and the open dat...
www.sparc.arl.org
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xyq5N6HAlKo
Skills
it’s better for your sanity
www.righttoresearch.org
Photo by Peter Murray-Rust, licensed under CC-BY 2.0
http://blogs.ch.cam.ac.uk/pmr/2011/08/01/why-...
it’s better for science
www.righttoresearch.org
www.righttoresearch.org
it’s better for society
80%
of research is
publicly
funded
Source: “Academic Publishing: Survey of funders supports the benign Open Access outcome...
The mandates are coming…
Policy
Coverage
Policy
Coverage
Policy
Stipulations Policy Stipulations
Policy
Stipulations
Polic...
www.righttoresearch.org
Recap: so why do Open Data?
www.righttoresearch.org
1. It’s better for your career
2. It’s better for your sanity
3. It’s ...
Sign up for updates on OpenCon 2015:
opencon2015.org/attend
Full recordings of OpenCon 2014 at
bit.ly/opencon2014videos
Thank you! Any Questions?
Joe@righttoresearch.org or @Mcarthur_Joe
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Massive thank you to @jenny_moll...
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4 reasons to make Open Research Data

  1. 1. 4 reasons to do Open Data Joe McArthur (@R2RC) Assistant Director, Right to Research Coalition Co-founder, Open Access Button RECODE Early Career Researcher Workshop May 14, 2015 Except where noted
  2. 2. Launched in Summer 2009. Built around the Student Statement on the Right to Research: access to research is a student right International alliance of 77 graduate & undergraduate student organizations, representing nearly 7 million students We Educate + Advocate for Open Access
  3. 3. These slides and more: Massive thank you to @jenny_molloy for licensing her slides CC-BY so I could remix them here. Her slides can be found at: www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015-sharing- researchdata
  4. 4. Today’s talk • Why make data open? • What is the potential of Open Data across fields, • Why should you learn to do it, • How might it affect you in future. • What are the answers to common misconceptions www.righttoresearch.org
  5. 5. Before we begin… www.righttoresearch.org Slide from Jenny Molley at www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015-sharing-researchdata
  6. 6. www.righttoresearch.org Slide from Jenny Molley at www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015-sharing-researchdata
  7. 7. www.righttoresearch.org Slide from Jenny Molley at www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015-sharing-researchdata
  8. 8. www.righttoresearch.org Slide from Jenny Molley at www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015-sharing-researchdata
  9. 9. www.righttoresearch.org Slide from Jenny Molley at www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015-sharing-researchdata
  10. 10. www.righttoresearch.org Some Caveats…
  11. 11. www.righttoresearch.org BINGO! By Marlon E on Flickr, licensed under CC-BY-SA 2.0 https://www.flickr.com/photos/sjsharktank/4630354008
  12. 12. it’s better for your career
  13. 13. http://whatshouldwecallgradschool.tumblr.com/post/75410649038/when-my-paper-gets-cited
  14. 14. http://whatshouldwecallgradschool.tumblr.com/post/75410649038/when-my-paper-gets-cited DATA
  15. 15. Open Data = Increased Citations? www.righttoresearch.org Source: Piwowar HA, Vision TJ. (2013) Data reuse and the open data citation advantage. PeerJ 1:e175 https://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.175 “In a multivariate regression on 10,555 studies that created gene expression microarray data, we found that studies that made data available in a public repository received 9% (95% confidence interval: 5% to 13%) more citations than similar studies for which the data was not made available.” “Data reuse was distributed across a broad base of datasets: a very conservative estimate found that 20% of the datasets deposited between 2003 and 2007 had been reused at least once by third parties… the intensity of dataset reuse has been steadily increasing since 2003.”
  16. 16. www.sparc.arl.org https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xyq5N6HAlKo Skills
  17. 17. it’s better for your sanity
  18. 18. www.righttoresearch.org Photo by Peter Murray-Rust, licensed under CC-BY 2.0 http://blogs.ch.cam.ac.uk/pmr/2011/08/01/why-you-need-a-data- management-plan/ Slide from Jenny Molley at www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015-sharing-researchdata
  19. 19. it’s better for science
  20. 20. www.righttoresearch.org
  21. 21. www.righttoresearch.org
  22. 22. it’s better for society
  23. 23. 80% of research is publicly funded Source: “Academic Publishing: Survey of funders supports the benign Open Access outcome priced into shares, HSBC Global Research,” February 11, 2013: https://www.research.hsbc.com/midas/Res/RDV?ao=20&key=RxArFbnG1P&n=360010.PDF www.sparc.arl.org
  24. 24. The mandates are coming… Policy Coverage Policy Coverage Policy Stipulations Policy Stipulations Policy Stipulations Policy Stipulations Funder Published Outputs Data Time Limits Time Frame DMP Access/ Sharing AHRQ full full full Within 12 months (A), with article publication (D) full full ASPR full full full Within 12 months (A), with article publication/within 30 months of collection (D) full full CDC full full full Within 12 months (A), with article publication/within 30 months of collection (D) full full DOD full full full Within 12 months (A), within a reasonable time (D) full full DOE full full full Within 12 months (A), with article publication (D) full full DOT none TBD none FDA full full full Within 12 months (A), with article publication (D) full full NASA full full full Within 12 months (A) at the time of publication or w/i reasonable time period after publication (D)* full full NIH full full full Within 12 months (A), at the time of article publication (appropriate timelines being explored) (D) full full NIST partial full partial Within 12 months (A), with article publication, for supporting data (D) full full NOAA full full full Within 12 months (A), with article publication, for supporting data, or within 1 yr of collection (D) full full NSF Full Full Within 12 months (A), "exploring" at time of article publication (D) full full Whitmire, Amanda; Briney, Kristin; Nurnberger, Amy; Henderson, Margaret; Atwood, Thea; Janz, Margaret; Kozlowski, Wendy; Lake, Sherry; Vandegrift, Micah; Zilinski, Lisa (2015): A table summarizing the Federal public access policies resulting from the US Office of Science and Technology Policy memorandum of February 2013. figshare. http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1372041. Retrieved [May 14th 2015]
  25. 25. www.righttoresearch.org
  26. 26. Recap: so why do Open Data? www.righttoresearch.org 1. It’s better for your career 2. It’s better for your sanity 3. It’s better for science 4. It’s better for society
  27. 27. Sign up for updates on OpenCon 2015: opencon2015.org/attend Full recordings of OpenCon 2014 at bit.ly/opencon2014videos
  28. 28. Thank you! Any Questions? Joe@righttoresearch.org or @Mcarthur_Joe These slides and more: Massive thank you to @jenny_molloy for licensing her slides CC-BY so I could remix them here. Her slides can be found at: www.slideshare.net/JennyMolloy/year-conference-2015- sharing-researchdata

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