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Integrating Data and Publication Researchers Perspective Max Wilkinson APA 9th Nov 2011
Opportunity ODE Perspectives Needs and Requirements Opportunities
5 Abstract Requirements Researchers Location: make it safe Control: sharing and access Technical ability: training Credit framework: conventions Costs: infrastructures
Data Currency? Made safe: from misuse Control: access Technical ability: use markets Value chains: exploit markets Costs: infrastructures
Opportunity - Availability Researchers demand their data be treated as first class research objects Researchers loosen control over data Define roles of responsibility and control
Opportunity - Findability Agree convention to propose to publishers regarding data citation Use of persistent identifiers such as DOI’s Ensure common metadata and citation practices
Opportunity - Interpretability Recognise that data require metadata and work towards community best practice in metadata development
Opportunity - Re-useablity Be concerned about the long term ability for secondary use and consider or seek out responsible preservation actions
Opportunity - Citability Agree a convention for data citation Follow metadata standards for datasets Use of persistent identifiers such as DOI’s
Opportunity - Curation Develop sustainable and realistic data management plans Collaboration with public data archives
Opportunity - Preservation Develop sustainable realistic preservation plans Active engagement with public data archives
Is Data a currency? perhaps, but if so then we need to treat it as a valuable asset
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