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1 Open Data 23 October 2013

2 Support Badia Office: Library room 085 (entry level floor) Villa San Paolo: Mon., Wed., & Fri. afternoons Weekly Bulletin (Fridays)

3 Open Data A growing trend among scholars, government agencies and international organisations to share data outputs, codebooks and software.

4 Issues How can we define research data and what types of research data should be open? When and how does openness need to be limited? How should the issue of data re-use be addressed? Where should research data be stored and made accessible? How can we enhance data awareness and a culture of sharing?

5 Research Data: Social Sciences & Humanities Public data / research data Research data outputs – Quantitative data: numerical statistical data in Economics, Sociology, Political Science and History/Humanities – Qualitative data: case studies, text analysis, interviews, images, maps and audio-visual materials. – Indexing of Big Data – Free Our Data – Personal data

6 Research Data Data from research projects – Institutionally-generated, large/medium scale projects (frequently with an original survey/simulation component) EUDO, DReMMEUDODReMM Data from individual scholars – Related to publications: theses, articles, WPs, monographs – Elaboration of macro and micro sources; smaller surveys & fieldwork

7 D Research Data Cycle 'Raw data' Surveys Licensed data Text publications Open data Data elaboration & sub-setting Research data outputs

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10 Propensity towards Open Data – Data from research projects – Data from individual scholars – Macro data (ECB, W.B., states) – Micro-socioeconomic data – Financial data – HFDF

11 Derived / elaborated data No consensus on how, and how much, research data derived or elaborated from pre- existing, commercially-licensed databases, can be re-platformed in open access mode.

12 Library Support Discovery Data Portal: Both restricted & open dataData Portal Metadata and ontologies Datasets generated by project work: – information on possible limitations and data protection Datasets derived from a pre-existing database: – publisher, institution and/or author should be cited. If there are multiple streams of input, all should be cited Assistance with Data Management Plans (DMPs).

13 Research Data Guide

14 Licensing / IP / Copyright Assistance and 'brokering' Research team Library Data © owner – eg. RSCAS Climate Policy Research Unit Emissions Trading System Project

15 Library web

16 Where should research data be stored and made accessible? – Subject repositories: Gesis (social sciences)Gesis – International: Dataverse, ZenodoDataverseZenodo – Institutional data repositories – Journal archives: Political Analysis, PloSPolitical AnalysisPloS – Funding agencies: Welcome TrustWelcome Trust – Registry of research data repositories: re3data.orgre3data.org

17 EC Report: October 2013 Assist

18 EC Commission Strategy The Commission proposed in its Communication Towards Better Access to Scientific Information to develop a pilot on open access to data, primarily those data underlying (open access) scientific publications.

19 A Data Survey November 2013 The EUI Library invites you to participate in a survey, telling us about your experience with research data and issues related to its use. We are interested in what kinds of data are being used at the EUI, and what kinds of data are being generated – both by individual researchers and teams.

20 Support Badia Office: Library room 085 (entry level floor) Villa San Paolo: Mon., Wed., & Fri. afternoons Weekly Bulletin (Fridays)

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