It is not just about open or closed,
it is about control.
#rfringe13
@figshare
2
A cloud based research data
management system where you can:
What is figshare?
Manage your research
outputs privately an...
4
Backed up in multiple
institutions around the world
DOIs provided by DataCite at
the California Digital Library
Adhere t...
5
Some of the formats we visualise
8
 Research Integrity
 Legislative Change and Regulatory Compliance
 Funders’ Data Policies
 As well as moral and ethi...
9
Institutions Academics
The future of the repository – Who Cares?
Funders
10
13 January 2013: "National Science Foundation’s Merit Review Criteria:
Review and Revisions”
Biographical Sketch(es), has ...
“NIH expects the timely release and sharing of data to
be no later than the acceptance for publication of the main
finding...
“But taxpayers who are paying for
that research will want to see
something back. Directly – through
open access to results...
15
 Research Integrity
 Legislative Change and Regulatory Compliance
 Funders’ Data Policies
 As well as moral and eth...
9GB
3GB
30,000,000GB
3PB
3PB/year
25
 Research Integrity
 Legislative Change and Regulatory Compliance
 Funders’ Data Policies
 As well as moral and eth...
26
“Mark, I really need your data, it is
important that your data gets published.
When do you plan to come in? I need you
...
27
28
“Mark, I really need your data, it is
important that your data gets published.
When do you plan to come in? I need you
...
29
It is not just about open or closed,
it is about control.
30
Academics
What’s in it for me?
Is it hard to use?
Will it take up my time?
What do the funders make me do?
I want to sh...
31
Institutions
How much data are we generating?
Where the hell is it?
What’s happened to the old stuff?
How can we get ou...
32
It is not just about open or closed,
it is about control.
Research Outputs Management
&
Research Outputs Dissemination
33
34
35
36
37
API
The figshare API allows you to push
data to figshare, or pull data out. This
first version is a basic implementatio...
38http://www.ch.ic.ac.uk/rzepa/talks/opendata/
Now is the time when the institutional
repository is more important, relevant
and necessary than ever before.
40
ResourceSync
Sword App
This Community builds cool and important stuff
Now is the time when the institutional
repository...
41
Do we need to go back further?
http://projects.ac @projects
42
43
The Peter Murray-Rust Slide
All data that is made publicly available will always be available with no
paywall.
We will ...
44
45
Thanks for your time.
It is not just about open or closed, it is about control. - Mark Hahnel, Figshare
It is not just about open or closed, it is about control. - Mark Hahnel, Figshare
It is not just about open or closed, it is about control. - Mark Hahnel, Figshare
It is not just about open or closed, it is about control. - Mark Hahnel, Figshare
It is not just about open or closed, it is about control. - Mark Hahnel, Figshare
It is not just about open or closed, it is about control. - Mark Hahnel, Figshare
It is not just about open or closed, it is about control. - Mark Hahnel, Figshare
It is not just about open or closed, it is about control. - Mark Hahnel, Figshare
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Slides from Mark Hahnel's Closing Keynote for Repository Fringe 2013, "It is not just about open or closed, it is about control". These slides were presented on Friday 2nd August 2013.

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  • DEMO 1 – With Henrys stuff and publishers – Does anyone here mind that we sell our services to publishers?
  • The future of the repository Who cares? Who are the stakeholders here and what do they want? – The library has taken ownership…because librarians are badass
  • The funders identify the problem and delegate….
  • Look at the circles on the right. Who is taking ownership? Delegating – passing the buck…
  • So that is something that everyone cares about, so who deals with that – Universities? I have an even stronger use case, closer to home….
  • Lots of reasons, negative data etc
  • Copying dissemination of content on the internet from youtube, flickr etc….Basically egomaniaaaa but other things come into play.
  • Couldn’ t possibly tell you who it is
  • So this is my new problem…Research data management….
  • So we asked what the stakeholders think?
  • What is the user feedback we get? Demo collaborative spaces…
  • Plos.figshare.com
  • Basic idea – manage all the research.
  • Track all of the impact. We already have lots of your research, we can prepopulate!
  • Universities v publishers, are they the same? – Code repositories in general? This ia also why I think linked open data is a necessity.
  • People have said, do we just give up – Why did institutional repositories come along? Papers – Have you seen all of those research data management plans?
  • People have said, do we just give up – Why did institutional repositories come along? Papers – Have you seen all of those research data management plans? We love librarians…
  • Move onto video
  • Nudging people into a new way of thinking – like itunes - Pulls into resource sync – we all have common goals - Demo push to figshare -
  • All I can say is we will try…because realistically, whats the alternative?
  • It is not just about open or closed, it is about control. - Mark Hahnel, Figshare

    1. 1. It is not just about open or closed, it is about control. #rfringe13 @figshare
    2. 2. 2 A cloud based research data management system where you can: What is figshare? Manage your research outputs privately and securely Make your research outputs citable, sharable, discoverable
    3. 3. 4 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
    4. 4. 5 Some of the formats we visualise
    5. 5. 8  Research Integrity  Legislative Change and Regulatory Compliance  Funders’ Data 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 do people use figshare?
    6. 6. 9 Institutions Academics The future of the repository – Who Cares? Funders
    7. 7. 10
    8. 8. 13 January 2013: "National Science Foundation’s Merit Review Criteria: Review and Revisions” Biographical Sketch(es), has been revised to rename the “Publications” section to “Products” and amend terminology and instructions accordingly.
    9. 9. “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_sharing/data_sharing_guidance.htm#time “NEH is committed to timely and rapid data distribution.” http://www.neh.gov/files/grants/data_management_plans_2012.pdf “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
    10. 10. “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
    11. 11. 15  Research Integrity  Legislative Change and Regulatory Compliance  Funders’ Data 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 do people use figshare?
    12. 12. 9GB
    13. 13. 3GB
    14. 14. 30,000,000GB
    15. 15. 3PB
    16. 16. 3PB/year
    17. 17. 25  Research Integrity  Legislative Change and Regulatory Compliance  Funders’ Data 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 do people use figshare?
    18. 18. 26 “Mark, I really need your data, it is important that your data gets published. When do you plan to come in? I need you to print out the excel files for all the expts that were used to generate the data in the figures for the paper” -Anonymous 2013
    19. 19. 27
    20. 20. 28 “Mark, I really need your data, it is important that your data gets published. When do you plan to come in? I need you to print out the excel files for all the expts that were used to generate the data in the figures for the paper” -Anonymous 2013
    21. 21. 29 It is not just about open or closed, it is about control.
    22. 22. 30 Academics What’s in it for me? Is it hard to use? Will it take up my time? What do the funders make me do? I want to share but only with people I trust. I want all of my research in one place. I want my research to have more impact than anyone else’s.
    23. 23. 31 Institutions How much data are we generating? Where the hell is it? What’s happened to the old stuff? How can we get our research re-used more than any others? I want to out-perform other institutions in league tables.
    24. 24. 32 It is not just about open or closed, it is about control. Research Outputs Management & Research Outputs Dissemination
    25. 25. 33
    26. 26. 34
    27. 27. 35
    28. 28. 36
    29. 29. 37 API The figshare API allows you to push data to figshare, or pull data out. This first version is a basic implementation that allows you to manage your figshare account or build applications on top of the figshare platform and public research.
    30. 30. 38http://www.ch.ic.ac.uk/rzepa/talks/opendata/
    31. 31. Now is the time when the institutional repository is more important, relevant and necessary than ever before.
    32. 32. 40 ResourceSync Sword App This Community builds cool and important stuff Now is the time when the institutional repository is more important, relevant and necessary than ever before.
    33. 33. 41 Do we need to go back further? http://projects.ac @projects
    34. 34. 42
    35. 35. 43 The Peter Murray-Rust Slide All data that is made publicly available will always be available with no paywall. We will always encourage academics to share their research under the most liberal license. At the moment, we ONLY allow CC0 or CC-BY. We are a commercial company with a business model that allowed researchers to make 200,000 research files openly available in the first year alone, for free. We will always push to make the data as reusable as it can be, using linked open data, machine readable data, web based analysis tools for the outputs. We aim to be 5* open data/research. Since day 1 our ethos has been – Unless we as academics publish all of our research, we will never achieve access to the sum of all knowledge.
    36. 36. 44
    37. 37. 45 Thanks for your time.

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