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"The best thing to do with your data will be thought of by someone else."
- +Rufus Pollock, +Open Knowledge https://okfn.org/ #OpenData #OpenScience
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When someone asks "What is #OpenScience?" and you pause, because you're thinking… http://www.snf.ch/en/researchinFocus/newsroom/Pages/news-160831-horizons-the-elements-of-open-science.aspx Not entirely as we might have it (e.g. what they call "Open Lab Books" we call "Open Notebook Science") but beautiful and useful, from +SNSFinfo
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I'm happy to announce that DASH (the Harvard open-access repository) just passed the milestone of 10 million downloads.

The business-as-usual DASH home page.
https://dash.harvard.edu/

The real-time download counter with confetti.
https://dash.harvard.edu/downloads.html

#oa #openaccess 

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Check out the latest Tomviz release, #OpenSource 3D tomography for materials science with a reproducible data pipeline. Lots of bug fixes, new features, improved installers, new support for macOS retinal resolution displays, and more

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Open Knowledge International (where I work) has funding to work with researchers on trialing our "Frictionless Data" approach across various research disciplines. Read the link below to find out more :).

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A new science publisher seems to have appeared recently, or publisher is probably not the right word… science.ai is apparently neither a journal nor a publisher per se. Rather, they seem to be focusing on developing a new publishing platform that provides…

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OpenCon2015 shows how to make a conference open
I am currently following OpenCon2015 online and really enjoying the experience. There are two main components: A YouTube live feed and a Twitter feed (#opencon) .   The Twitter feed and the high number of live Tweets is really what makes this work!  You not...

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Slides for a talk I gave in Sydney on how openness boosts research. Feel free to use/adapt under CC-BY. I think it's an important message to get across: it's not that we "ought" to be more open, but that if we are open it's an advantage, because the research is then better/faster/more robust. I know everyone here gets this.
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