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O selecție de texte de analiză și articole despre date deschise îngrijită de Figshare. Link către documentul original: https://figshare.com/articles/The_State_of_Open_Data_Report/4036398

The State Of Open Data

„Acest raport evidențiază întinderea și gradul de cunoaștere privind datele deschise, stimulentele pentru a le utiliza și perspectivele pe care cercetătorii pentru a-și deschide propriile date. Trebuie apreciat faptul că cercetătorii au nevoie de timp pentru a reflecta asupra rezultatelor obținute, pentru a vedea dacă sunt de încredere și pentru a extrage valoarea din datele pentru care au muncit pentru a le produce”. (Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Chairman and Co-Founder Open Data Institute, University of Oxford).

Cuprinsul

Open by Default
Dr Mark Hahnel, Figshare, UK & Dr Daniel Hook, Digital Science, UK

Why Open Data Now? Big Data, Knowledge Production
and the Political Economy of Research
Dr Sabina Leonelli, University of Exeter, UK

Open Season for Open Data: A Survey of Researchers
Dr Briony Fane, Digital Science, Jon Treadway, Digital Science, Anna Gallagher, Springer Nature,
Dan Penny, Springer Nature, & Dr Mark Hahnel, Figshare, UK

Open Data Will Save Lives – Notes from the AllTrials Campaign for
Clinical Trials Transparency
Dr Till Bruckner & Beth Ellis, Sense about Science, UK

Practical Steps for Increasing the Openness and Reproducibility of Research Data
Natalie Meyers, Center for Open Science, USA

Emerging Policies for Open Research Data in the United States
Heather Joseph, Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition, USA

Building Trust - The State of Open Data in Burkina Faso
Malick Tapsoba, Burkina Open Data Initiative, Burkina Faso

The State of Australian Research Data – Systems are Ready but Where are the Incentives?    
David Groenewegen, Monash University, Australia

Can Japan Catch Up? Fostering Culture, People, and Community for Research Data
Nobuko Miyairi, ORCID, Japan & Dr Kazuhiro Hayashi, National Institute of Science and Technology Policy, Japan

The Bird in Hand: Humanities Research in the Age of Open Data    
Prof Daniel O’Donnell University of Lethbridge, Canada

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