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Data sharing & reuse. GRAD 521, Research Data Management Winter 2014 – Lecture 14 Amanda L. Whitmire, Asst. Professor. Data sharing & the research lifecycle. Data sharing: top-down mandates. Data Sharing Plan 1 Oct. 2003. Data Management Plan 18 Jan. 2011.

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Grad 521 research data management winter 2014 lecture 14 amanda l whitmire asst professor

Data sharing & reuse

GRAD 521, Research Data Management

Winter 2014 – Lecture 14

Amanda L. Whitmire, Asst. Professor



Data sharing top down mandates
Data sharing: top-down mandates

Data Sharing Plan

1 Oct. 2003

Data Management Plan

18 Jan. 2011




Preservation sharing platforms
Preservation & sharing platforms

[email protected]


A look at dryad
A look at Dryad

  • For datasets associated with publications only

  • $80/data package, unless…

  • Journal sponsors the submission

  • Discipline agnostic

  • Some integration w/journals

  • Metadata (DC)

http://datadryad.org/



A look at figshare
A look at figshare

http://figshare.com/


Browsing in figshare
Browsing in figshare



How to preserve share data
How to preserve & sharedata

  • http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu


A look at scholarsarchive
A look at ScholarsArchive




Being discoverable obtaining credit

DOIs, data citation, and researcher IDs

being discoverable & obtaining credit


Unique identifiers
Unique identifiers

  • DOI: Digital object identifier

  • Digital Identifier of an Object (not "Identifier of a Digital Object")

  • Object = any entity (thing: physical, digital, or abstract)

    • Resources, parties, licenses, etc.

  • Digital Identifier = network actionable identifier ("click on it and do something”)



Data citation1
Data citation

Include, AT LEAST:

Creator (PublicationYear): Title. Publisher. Identifier

Better:

Creator (PublicationYear): Title. Version. Publisher. ResourceType. Identifier. AccessDate

“Tenopir C, Allard S, Douglass K, Aydinoglu AU, Wu L, Read E, Manoff M, Frame M (2011) Data from: Data sharing by scientists: practices and perceptions. Dryad Digital Repository. doi:10.5061/dryad.6t94p. Accessed 18 April 2013.”

from the article: “Tenopir C, Allard S, Douglass K, Aydinoglu AU, Wu L, Read E, Manoff M, Frame M (2011) Data sharing by scientists: practices and perceptions. PLoS ONE 6(6): e21101. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021101”


Unique researcher ids
Unique researcher IDs

Disambiguate yourself via:

Open Researcher & Contributor ID

John L. Campbell

Forest Research Ecologist

Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

John L. Campbell

Forest Research Ecologist

Center for Research on Ecosystem Change

US Forest Service, Durham, NC


For next week
FOR NEXT WEEK

*No class Tuesday (2/25)

*Meet in Barnard Classroom on Thursday (2/27) for metadata lab


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