Code For Thought: Open Data, Open Software
In this latest episode of Code For Thought, SSI Fellow Peter Schmidt speaks with Teresa Gomez-Diaz from Université Paris Gustav-Eiffel, east of Paris, France. For a long time Teresa has been promoting Open Science and last year she talked on this show about the need for licences in research software.
Teresa and her collaborator, Tomas Recio from the University Antonio de Nebrija, Madrid, published two papers about Research Data and how to ensure they adhere to Open Science and in particular FAIR principles.
The discussion starts with the so-called Borgman conundrum, or why it is hard to share research data before going into what can be done about it.
A couple of clarifying notes: Teresa speaks of F mille, which refers to F1000. Also, when "users" of research data are mentioned, it refers to authors and contributors.
- https://f1000research.com/articles/11-118/v2 Research Software vs. Research Data I: Towards a Research Data definition in the Open Science context
- https://f1000research.com/articles/11-117/v2 Research Software vs. Research Data II: Protocols for Research Data dissemination and evaluation in the Open Science context - introduces CDUR protocol
- Borgman's Conundrum
- https://coara.eu Coalition for Advancing Research Assessment
- https://rsecon23.society-rse.org UK RSE Conference in Swansea, UK, 5-8 September with satellite events
- https://hidden-ref.org/festival-of-hidden-ref/ Hidden Ref Festival in Bristol, UK, 21 September
- https://un-derse23.sciencesconf.org German Unconference in Jena, Germany, 26-28 September
- https://us-rse.org/usrse23/ First ever US RSE Conference in Chicago, USA, 16-18 October
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