Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Data Archiving and Networked Services DANS is an institute of KNAW en NWO Towards sustainable data sharing Peter Doorn Open Access Week, University of.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Data Archiving and Networked Services DANS is an institute of KNAW en NWO Towards sustainable data sharing Peter Doorn Open Access Week, University of."— Presentation transcript:

1 Data Archiving and Networked Services DANS is an institute of KNAW en NWO Towards sustainable data sharing Peter Doorn Open Access Week, University of Groningen 26 October 2012

2 Contents Data is hot! Open Data policies Commission Schuyt DANS and digital archiving Connecting community & content Enhanced publications or data in context

3

4 Niederlande Renommierter Psychologe gesteht Fälschungen

5 Data is hot! Article on “trends for 2012”: “Keeping your research data secret until they are finally printed in a scientific journal is so 2011” Neelie Kroes (Vice- President of the European Commission responsible for the Digital Agenda): “Data is the new gold”

6 Open Access and Open Data Policies NWO: NWO funded data collection has to be publicly available – for humanities (GW) and social science (MaGW) departments of NWO data contracts have to be signed with DANS – long-term preservation and access will be accepted as a budget line in project proposals KNAW: All Academy research data is stored sustainably and made publicly accessible unless there are serious reasons for not doing so (those reasons are set out in an Academy institute’s data memorandum). European Commission: Data Management Plan to become part of proposals for Horizon 2020

7 NWO and DANS want to ensure that new research data are archived in a sustainable manner and made available for further research. After having been granted the subsidy, researchers are obliged to enter into a data contract with DANS. The data contract is intended to guarantee accessibility to the data as well as their digital sustainability for additional scientific research. It is based on the General Grant Conditions of NWO, available in the recently updated Regeling Subsidieverlening NWO.Regeling Subsidieverlening NWO

8 Outline of KNAW Open Data Policy What to preserve digitally? All research data, unless the data memorandum stipulates that this is not necessary. Where to preserve digitally? In a data repository that complies with generally accepted standards, for example the Data Seal of Approval. When should material be uploaded to the repository? Preferably immediately after the dataset is complete, but no later than when the research is completed. What material should be openly accessible? All research data, unless the data memorandum stipulates that this is not necessary. When should material be made openly accessible? Preferably immediately after it is deposited. An embargo of at most eighteen months after conclusion of the research is possible (if stipulated in the data memorandum). Metadata All metadata is made accessible, unless the data memorandum stipulates otherwise. Block on access Data whose public nature is disputed can quickly be made non-accessible by the repository administrator.

9 1.Preparation of the data collection project 2.Implementation of the data collection project 3.Archiving data and making data available categorieen/diensten/data- management-plan Data Management Plans

10 Data Management Plan in more detail 1. Preparation of the data collection project 1.1 General information about the data collection 1.2 Overview of previously collected data 1.3 Choice of software and hardware to be used 1.4 Determination of intellectual property and legal requirements 1.5 User information 1.6 Interoperability 2. Implementation of the data collection project 2.1 Data Management 2.2 Choice of metadata to be used 3. Archiving data and making data available 3.1 Depositing data in a data archive or repository

11 Report of Commission Schuyt Access to research data improves transparency Make integrity rules a vital element of scientific conduct Many differences between disciplines Small-scale research more risky than big science Peer pressure Data management in SEP

12 What is DANS? Institute of Dutch Academy and Research Funding Organisation (KNAW & NWO) since 2005 First predecessor dates back to 1964 (Steinmetz Foundation), Historical Data Archive 1989 Mission: promote and provide permanent access to digital research information (started with digital archives in the humanities and social sciences)

13 Our main activities and services Encourage researchers to self-archive and reuse data by means of our Electronic Archiving SYstem EASY Our largest digital collections are in archaeology, social sciences and history (moving into other domains) Provide access, through Narcis.nl, to thousands of scientific datasets, e-publications and other research information in the NetherlandsNarcis.nl Data projects in collaboration with research communities and partner organisations Advice, training and support (Data Seal of Approval, Persistent Identifier Infrastructure) R&D into archiving of and access to digital information

14 Why is digital preservation of data important? Checks on mistakes (and fraud!) by data creators and replication research Data re-use in comparative studies

15 Cultures of data sharing differ over disciplines, but also change over time

16 Six common objections to data sharing… and how to overcome them (1-4) Adapted from Stephen H. Koslow (2000)

17 Six common objections to data sharing… and how to overcome them (5-6) Adapted from Stephen H. Koslow (2000), ‘Should the neuroscience community make a paradigm shift to sharing primary data?’, Nature America Inc., 3:9 (September), p

18 Access control & licenses Open (after registration) Restricted (depositor is the access authority) Other (DANS as security backup) Therefore: -Data at DANS is not “up for grabs”! -Access management is facilitated by archive system, easy and fast -Embargo for limited time period is possible

19

20 Self archiving system free of charge for datasets < 1 Gb

21

22

23

24

25 Community reviews of data sets

26 5 Criteria 16 Guidelines The research data: can be found on the Internet are accessible (clear rights and licenses) are in a usable format are reliable can be referred to (persistent identifier) Data Seal of Approval Partnership with ISO and DIN standards of Trustworthy Archives

27 CLARIAH NeDiMAH DASISH APA BiGGrid EGI e-Humanities Community projects NL Health data National infrastructure European ESFRI Roadmap Community projects EU Europeana RD-Alliance OpenAire+ Geodata CLARINCESSDA ESS ARIADNE EHRI LifeWatch International Univ. Libraries/3TU DC NCDDSURF CLIO-INFRA EUDAT E-IRG DCCD DARIAH Certification Partner in national and international infrastructures DwB CBS

28 Challenge for the next five years

29 Why connect data to publications? 1.Data as background/additional information 2.Publication as background to data 3.Different views on the data 4.Check author’s assertions 5.User can find all information in one place

30 NARCIS.nl: Access to Research Information, e-Publications, Data Sets and more New! !

31 Doctoral Theses (Dissertations) Archaeological excavations Publications by Tilburg University researchers Enhanced Scientific Communication by Aggregated Publication Environments (ESCAPE) Gallows in Late Medieval Frisia

32 Research Data ResearchersReport Organizations involved: Funder and research institute Topics linking to related information Aggregation: the enhanced publication

33 Research Data Publication Researchers Enhanced publication

34 Research organization Funder Related subjects Persistent Identifier

35

36 Links directly to data in DANS archive

37 All data types: other examples with video, audio, still images…

38 Project PhD ThesisUniversity Persons involved: PhD candidate & Professors

39 Project information

40 Digital Author Identifier

41

42 Researcher information

43 Researcher network

44 Motto Open if possible, restricted if necessary!

45 Data Archiving and Networked Services DANS is an institute of KNAW en NWO Thank you for your attention and visit us at:


Download ppt "Data Archiving and Networked Services DANS is an institute of KNAW en NWO Towards sustainable data sharing Peter Doorn Open Access Week, University of."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google