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  • So whats happening in academia
  • Problem solved, past the tipping point. Thanks for your time.
  • Homogenous data in open gov… figshare is a platform that allows publishers to encorporate the data into the articles
  • Still have the technology problem, we’re sharing faster horses
  • Why as an academic would I change my behavior?
  • Why would the publishers change their business models?
  • The old business model isnt going to work any more – PeerJ? Money is in the hands of the authors.
  • What really is the future. Lots of papers? Where is the use?
  • An idea about the future of research? Human computer interface
  • So what should the institutions be doing, what should the libraries be doing? ADVOCACYYYY – Martin and the team at UNT
  • Realistically – lots comes out of academic research, socio economic data, stem cells, materials and graphene, understanding of the universe in the higgs boson.
  • Avalanche of information – too many papers
  • Viva la revolution

    1. 1. Open Data ‘Viva la evolution’ Mark Hahnel @MarkHahnel
    2. 2. 2 Why Open Data? - Open Government Data •Transparency and democratic control •Participation •Self-empowerment •Improved or new private products and services •Innovation •Improved efficiency of government services •Improved effectiveness of government services •Impact measurement of policies •New knowledge from combined data sources and patterns in large data volumes
    3. 3. Growth of Open Access - Major Publishers. Cameron Neylon. figshare. http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.650799
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    10. 10. 13 "Products of research are not just publications.” NSF senior policy specialist Beth Strausser. Biographical Sketch(es), has been revised to rename the “Publications” section to “Products” and amend terminology and instructions accordingly. 13 January 2013: "National Science Foundation’s Merit Review Criteria: Review and Revisions” Chapter II.C.2.f(i)(c),
    11. 11. “But taxpayers who are paying for that research will want to see something back. Directly – through open access to results and data. And indirectly – through making science work better for all of us. That’s why we will require open access to all publications stemming from EU-funded research. That’s why we will progressively open access to the research data, too. And why we’re asking national funding bodies to do the same.” Neelie Kroes. Vice President for the Eurpoean Commission
    12. 12. “Investigators are expected to share with other researchers, at no more than incremental cost and within a reasonable time, the primary data, samples, physical collections and other supporting materials created or gathered in the course of work under NSF grants” http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/policydocs/pappguide/nsf11001/aag_6.jsp#VID4 “NIH expects the timely release and sharing of data to be no later than the acceptance for publication of the main findings from the final dataset” http://grants.nih.gov/grants/policy/data_sharingdata_sharing_guidance.htm#time “NEH is committed to timely and rapid data distribution” http://www.neh.gov/files/grants/data_management_plans_2012.pdf
    13. 13. 16 “The Obama Administration is committed to the proposition that citizens deserve easy access to the results of scientific research their tax dollars have paid for. That’s why, in a policy memorandum released today, OSTP Director John Holdren has directed Federal agencies with more than $100M in R&D expenditures to develop plans to make the published results of federally funded research freely available to the public within one year of publication and requiring researchers to better account for and manage the digital data resulting from federally funded scientific research.” February 22nd 2013
    14. 14. 18 • Research Integrity • Legislative Change and Regulatory Compliance • Funders’ Policies • As well as moral and ethical obligations, putting all of your research data on figshare can help promote your research and raise your profile • It has also been reported that 'sharing detailed research data is associated with increased citation rate’ • Simplicity • Visualisation is cool – in the format I produced it. Why Open Data? - Open Academic Data
    15. 15. 19 • Research Integrity • Legislative Change and Regulatory Compliance • Funders’ Policies • As well as moral and ethical obligations, putting all of your research data on figshare can help promote your research and raise your profile • It has also been reported that 'sharing detailed research data is associated with increased citation rate’ • Simplicity • Visualisation is cool – in the format I produced it. Why Open Data? - Open Academic Data
    16. 16. 21Decoupling the scholarly journal. Front. Comput. Neurosci., 05 April 2012 doi: 10.3389/fncom.2012.00019 Jason Priem and Bradley M. Hemminger
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    20. 20. 26 So what is innovation in academic publishing?
    21. 21. Some figshare clients
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    29. 29. 39 Persistent identifiers are essential
    30. 30. 40 Persistent identifiers are essential
    31. 31. 41 APIs are essential
    32. 32. 42 Open Access is essential
    33. 33. 43 Advocacy is essential
    34. 34. 44 Academia Generating the world’s knowledge
    35. 35. 45 Get in touch
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    37. 37. Filters
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    39. 39. Filters
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    41. 41. 51 Backed up in multiple institutions around the world DOIs provided by DataCite at the California Digital Library Adhere to ethics of academic publishing, as per guidelines ORCID launch partner, files to be pushed to author profiles All content hosted on AWS with triple file storage, fast load times and unbeatable uptime
    42. 42. figshare for Institutions • Large amounts of secure private storage space and unlimited public space. • Detailed metrics on publicly available data. • Ability to push research to any internal repository. • Subject categorisation per department. • Collaborative spaces. • Create your own institutional repo: institution.figshare.com • All data is citable, visualisable, embeddable and trackable. • Can be used securely by any number of users. 52
    43. 43. 53 Desktop Uploader The figshare desktop uploader allows for quick and easy upload of your research outputs, straight from your desktop. You can upload many files at once and the uploader supports resumable uploads. This means if your internet connection drops, you don’t need to start the uploads again. All files are uploaded into your private space on figshare, where you can chose whether to make them public or manage them privately.
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