[CODATA-international] follow up on data sharing examples

Ivo Grigorov ivgr at aqua.dtu.dk
Thu Nov 7 09:09:50 EST 2019

Kalpana, all,

Is it worth setting up an OSF space where we can crowdsource this effort?
Or even as an “open lab book” for your own research effort based on the based examples provided here?

It could be a cool community resource to point to for all future Nature editors who seek such precedents ☺


From: CODATA-international <codata-international-bounces at lists.codata.org> On Behalf Of Kalpana Shankar
Sent: 6. november 2019 21:12
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Subject: [CODATA-international] follow up on data sharing examples

Hello all -

Thank you for this broad-ranging and fascinating suite of examples. I started going down the rabbit hole of looking at them.

Anatoly Volynets asked me how I came to this, and I admit it's not a project but part of a paper. I was part of a COST Action on peer review (peere.org<http://peere.org>) and we authored a piece on the need for data sharing in journal peer review. We've received feedback from the journal Nature and the editor asked if there were examples of competitors sharing data (the editor found it highly unlikely!), which is what we were asking of scientific publishers. Since research infrastructures and scholarly practices cross over in my wheelhouse, I offered to track down examples - I had a few, but not many, clearly.

If anyone is interested in what we wrote, we have a preprint at SocArxiv: https://osf.io/preprints/socarxiv/sr6eg/

After looking at all these links, I'm wondering if there IS a project in it.

Thank you!


Kalpana Shankar
Professor, School of Information and Communication Studies
Fellow, UCD Geary Institute for Public Policy
University College Dublin
Belfield 4

kalpana.shankar at ucd.ie<mailto:kalpana.shankar at ucd.ie>
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