funded within the Austrian Competence Center Programme
www.know-center.at
Open Data and the
Panton Principles for
the Huma...
2
What is Open Science?
“Open Science means opening up the research
process by making all of its outcomes, and
the way in ...
3
Open Data
Publishing the data sets collected in the
research process on the World Wide Web,
without restricting their us...
4
Panton Principles
Peter Murray-Rust, Cameron Neylon,
Rufus Pollock, John Wilbanks (2010)
When publishing data make an ex...
5
Panton Principles in the Humanities
Proposal by Iain Emsley and James Harriman-Smith (2013)
“When publishing a work, mak...
6
Goal of this session
A set of clear principles
which describe what we mean by Open
Data in the humanities,
what these sh...
7
References
Emsley, I., Harriman-Smith, J. (2013). Repost of
Principles for Open Humanities and Literature.
Retrieved fro...
8
Peter Kraker
pkraker@know-center.at
http://twitter.com/PeterKraker
http://science20.wordpress.com
Thank You For Your Att...
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Open Data and the Panton Principles in the Humanities

  1. 1. funded within the Austrian Competence Center Programme www.know-center.at Open Data and the Panton Principles for the Humanities - How do we go about that? @PeterKraker Know-Center/Panton Fellow Session originally proposed by Iain Emsley
  2. 2. 2 What is Open Science? “Open Science means opening up the research process by making all of its outcomes, and the way in which these outcomes were achieved, publicly available on the World Wide Web” (Kraker et al. 2011) Open Data Open Source Open Access Open Methodology Open Science
  3. 3. 3 Open Data Publishing the data sets collected in the research process on the World Wide Web, without restricting their use (Murray-Rust 2008) Important for Reproducibility Reuse of data Aggregation of data GenBank (storing DNA data sequences) – Bermuda principles DataShop: educational data resources dataTEL Initiative http://lod-cloud.net/
  4. 4. 4 Panton Principles Peter Murray-Rust, Cameron Neylon, Rufus Pollock, John Wilbanks (2010) When publishing data make an explicit and robust statement of your wishes Use a recognized waiver or license that is appropriate for data If you want your data to be effectively used and added to by others it should be open as defined by the Open Knowledge/Data Definition - in particular non-commercial and other restrictive clauses should not be used. Explicit dedication of data underlying published science into the public domain via PDDL or CCZero is strongly recommended
  5. 5. 5 Panton Principles in the Humanities Proposal by Iain Emsley and James Harriman-Smith (2013) “When publishing a work, make an explicit and robust statement about the uses to which all elements of that work (including annotation, introduction, index, etc.) may be put.” “Use a recognized waiver or license that is appropriate for that work.” “If you want your work to be effectively used, adapted, and added to by others it should be open as defined by the Open Content Definition […]” “Explicit dedication of annotations, editorial matter, etc. embedded in the published work to the public domain is strongly recommended and ensures compliance with the Open Content Definition.” “Explicit declaration of sources is strongly recommended, regardless of their copyright status, in order to foster a culture of both ‘attibute’ and ‘share-alike’.”
  6. 6. 6 Goal of this session A set of clear principles which describe what we mean by Open Data in the humanities, what these should contain and how to the use them
  7. 7. 7 References Emsley, I., Harriman-Smith, J. (2013). Repost of Principles for Open Humanities and Literature. Retrieved from 13/07/2014 from http://austgate.co.uk/2013/10/repost-of-principles- for-open-humanities-and-literature/ Kraker, P., Leony, D., Reinhardt, W., & Beham, G. (2011). The Case for an Open Science in Technology Enhanced Learning. International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, 6(3), 643–654. Murray-Rust, P., Neylon, C., Pollock, R., Wilbanks, J. (2010). Panton Principles, Principles for open data in science. Retrieved 13/07/2014 from http://pantonprinciples.org/ Murray-Rust, P. (2008). Open Data In Science. Serials Review, 34(1), pp.52-64.
  8. 8. 8 Peter Kraker pkraker@know-center.at http://twitter.com/PeterKraker http://science20.wordpress.com Thank You For Your Attention! Now, let’s discuss!

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