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Publication &
Dissemination
of Data
James Baker, Lecturer in Digital
History/Archives
@j_w_baker
slideshare.net/drjwbaker
...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
Session Plan
1) Good places to put your data
2) What to put with your dat...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
1) Places to put your data
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
1) Places to put your data
Zenodo
Good
EC, CERN, OpenAIRE
Generates DOIs
...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
1) Places to put your data
Figshare
Good
Generates DOIs
ORCID integration...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
1) Places to put your data
UK Data Archive/Service
Good
University of Ess...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
1) Places to put your data
GitHub
Good
URL generation
Iterating option
Ve...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
1) Places to put your data
Your Institutional Repository
Speak to your li...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
1) Places to put your data
Wikidata
Example: https://tools.wmflabs.org/re...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
2) What to put with your data
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
2) What to put with your data
The core guiding principle is simple: Someo...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
2) What to put with your data
Essentials
Capture decisions
Capture contex...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
3) Examples
Vagrant Lives: 14,789 Vagrants
Processed by Middlesex County,...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
3) Examples
A Literary Tour de Force
http://robertdarnton.org/literarytou...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
3) Examples
British Library Printed Music
http://www.bl.uk/bibliographic/...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
4) Group Work
To do
Pick a resource
github.com/DocumentingHistory/Worksho...
@j_w_baker
Publication and Dissemination of Data
5) Individual Work
Sign-up, improve, and/or deposit data
If you have some...
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  1. 1. Publication & Dissemination of Data James Baker, Lecturer in Digital History/Archives @j_w_baker slideshare.net/drjwbaker This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Exceptions: quotations, embeds from external sources, logos, and marked images.
  2. 2. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data Session Plan 1) Good places to put your data 2) What to put with your data 3) Examples of best and no-so-best practice 4) Group work: critique 5) Individual work: sign-up, deposit data
  3. 3. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 1) Places to put your data
  4. 4. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 1) Places to put your data Zenodo Good EC, CERN, OpenAIRE Generates DOIs ORCID integration Well supported GitHub integration Well used (50k deposits since 2013) 2GB file size Flexible Bad Slightly clunky 2GB can prove small
  5. 5. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 1) Places to put your data Figshare Good Generates DOIs ORCID integration Pro look and feel Very well used (500k deposits since 2013) 5GB file size Flexible Bad Ownership? Bit of a free for all
  6. 6. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 1) Places to put your data UK Data Archive/Service Good University of Essex DOI generation Longstanding Official route Lots of guidance Bad Geared to ESRC Bit of a free for all Deposit ‘by offer’ only Getting data out tricky
  7. 7. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 1) Places to put your data GitHub Good URL generation Iterating option Version control Massive userbase Markdown Bad Private company Deposit hack Limited metadata
  8. 8. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 1) Places to put your data Your Institutional Repository Speak to your librarian!!
  9. 9. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 1) Places to put your data Wikidata Example: https://tools.wmflabs.org/reasonator/?q=Q42 Info: https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:Introduction Good Embed data in ecosystem Wikipedia backend Linked data Massive impact Bad Not a deposit venue Who gives you credit?
  10. 10. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 2) What to put with your data
  11. 11. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 2) What to put with your data The core guiding principle is simple: Someone unfamiliar with your project should be able to look at your computer files and understand in detail what you did and why [..] Most commonly, however, that “someone” is you. A few months from now, you may not remember what you were up to when you created a particular set of files, or you may not remember what conclusions you drew. You will either have to then spend time reconstructing your previous experiments or lose whatever insights you gained from those experiments. William Stafford Noble (2009) A Quick Guide to Organizing Computational Biology Projects. PLoSComputBiol 5(7): e1000424. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000424
  12. 12. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 2) What to put with your data Essentials Capture decisions Capture context Describe the data Describe who made the data Choose a licence Use a reuseable data format
  13. 13. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 3) Examples Vagrant Lives: 14,789 Vagrants Processed by Middlesex County, 1777- 1786 (version 1.1) https://zenodo.org/record/31026#.V6CzRo78_6g
  14. 14. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 3) Examples A Literary Tour de Force http://robertdarnton.org/literarytour/booksellers
  15. 15. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 3) Examples British Library Printed Music http://www.bl.uk/bibliographic/download.html#basicmusic
  16. 16. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 4) Group Work To do Pick a resource github.com/DocumentingHistory/Workshop-Programme Critique it (15mins) Prepare to report back(5 mins) Report back (5 mins each) Questions to ask - Is it clear what the data is? - Do you think you'd be able to reuse the data easily? (think licence, format, description) - Is it easy to give the depositor credit for their work? - What does the deposit do well in your opinion? - What could be improved?
  17. 17. @j_w_baker Publication and Dissemination of Data 5) Individual Work Sign-up, improve, and/or deposit data If you have some data.. add some documentation to it If you have some data and some documentation.. package and upload it somewhere If you have made a data research plan on day one.. work through it, map what you need to add into the plan based on this session
  18. 18. Publication & Dissemination of Data James Baker, Lecturer in Digital History/Archives @j_w_baker slideshare.net/drjwbaker This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Exceptions: quotations, embeds from external sources, logos, and marked images.
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Deck for a session I led at Documenting History, Loughborough University, 5-6 September 2016

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