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Making open science a reality, from a researcher perspective

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The internet did change a knowledge dissemination. Some still have to catch up, making Open Science still have this smell of novelty. In these slides I outline 20 years of activity in open knowledge dissemination (the term "open science" did not exist yet when I started) and I observed a lot of common issues as well as made mistakes myself.

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Making open science a reality, from a researcher perspective

  1. 1. Making open science a reality, from a researcher perspective Egon Willighagen http://chem-bla-ics.blogspot.com/ @egonwillighagen ORCID:0000-0001-7542-0286 AgreenSkills+ Annual Meeting Paris, 2017-02-15 Copyright © 2017 E. Willighagen, CC-BY 4.0 Int.
  2. 2. My background: chemist, chemometrician, data analyst: metabolomics, drug discovery, toxicology, drug discovery, metabolomics
  3. 3. Data 20 years ago (student) See e.g. doi:10.3390/50100093
  4. 4. Data 15 years ago (PhD in chemometrics) See e.g. doi:10.1107/S0108768104028344
  5. 5. Data 10 years ago (#OpenScience) See e.g. doi:10.1021/ci050400b
  6. 6. Data 5 years ago (Linked Open Data) See e.g. doi:10.1186/1758-2946-3-19 and doi:10.1186/1758-2946-5-23
  7. 7. Open Data now: eNanoMapper doi:10.3762/bjnano.6.165
  8. 8. Dopamine metabolism Internship by Marloes Poort, 2015
  9. 9. Open Data now: Wikidata
  10. 10. Observations over the years
  11. 11. The problem (9GB download is <20 minutes)
  12. 12. The problem (>>>20 minutes)
  13. 13. Why does Closed Access even exist? Why is Open Data not the default?
  14. 14. Complications
  15. 15. What is Open Data?
  16. 16. Sharing knowledge Public Domain: http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view- image.php?image=2568&picture=building- bridges
  17. 17. What is Open Data? ● Clear copyright statement(s) ● Full provenance of where the data comes from ● An Open license – reuse, modify, redistribute – keep IP ● Or a waiver (CLW := Copyright statement and License or Waiver)
  18. 18. Open Data in Europe
  19. 19. Open Data in Europe
  20. 20. Open Data in Europe
  21. 21. Open Data in Europe
  22. 22. Open Data in Europe
  23. 23. Open Data in Europe
  24. 24. Research Data Management R. Hooft, et al. Data Management Plan WG, ECCB 2016, The Hague.
  25. 25. FAIR data doi:10.1038/sdata.2016.18
  26. 26. Reality: Research Data Management ● Unclear agreements in H2020 data pilot (many exceptions) ● Too late thinking about CLW ● No resources set aside for RDM ● The European Laws ● Database protection ● Hyperlinking!
  27. 27. What can we do? ● Start doing RDM and release Open Data ● The is a clear need to fund a research data infrastructure itself ● this is cheaper with Open Source solutions ● plenty of solutions exist for RDM ● must be a scalable, distributed approach ● All stakeholders must take their responsibilities ● Early and clear IP agreements ● CLW, CLW, CLW, CLW CC-BY-SA 2.0, “Protector of the sheep”: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Prote ctor_of_the_sheep.jpg
  28. 28. Thanks http://chem-bla-ics.blogspot.com

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