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DATA JOURNALS AND REPOSITORIES:
Getting academic credit for data sharing
Gareth Knight
LSHTM Research Data Management Serv...
Agenda
1. Publish data as supplemental material
2. Submit data to a digital repository
3. Publish a Data Paper
Motivations
Enable new research
Higher rate of citation More outputs that can be cited
Ensure validity & replicability
Piw...
1. Publish as supplemental material
PLOS One + FigshareBioMed Central
2. Publish in a digital repository
Data Deposit Process
1
Prepare your data
o Select data that underpins
research findings
o Remove personal,
sensitive, and
...
OPEN DATA
Anonymised data that can be made available
for open access
• Journals encourage use of licences that
allow wides...
Data Citation Practices
Reference List Data Access Statement
Some journals require datasets to be
included in the referenc...
Data Access Statements
Open data:
“All data supporting this paper are openly available from the LSHTM data repository at
h...
Publish a Data Paper
Purpose:
1. Provides a citable journal publication that provides scholarly credit to data
creator and...
Publication process
Image source: Open Health Data
http://openhealthdata.metajnl.com/about/submissions/
Pure & hybrid data journals
https://www.wiki.ed.ac.uk/display/datashare/Sources+of+dataset+peer+review
Pure & hybrid data journals
https://www.wiki.ed.ac.uk/display/datashare/Sources+of+dataset+peer+review
Peer review Criteri...
Open Health Data: Data Papers
1. Overview:
• Title, paper author details, abstract, keywords, introduction/Study
Descripti...
Scientific Data: Data Descriptor
• Title
• Authors
• Affiliations
• Abstract
• Background & Summary
• Methods (capture, pr...
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Read more at
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Presentation slides from a talk by Gareth Knight which discussed the need to consider data sharing activities in academic citizenship, different approaches that may be taken to publish data associated with publications, and the opportunities presented by data journals

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Data Journals and repositories: Getting academic credit for data sharing

  1. 1. DATA JOURNALS AND REPOSITORIES: Getting academic credit for data sharing Gareth Knight LSHTM Research Data Management Service gareth.knight@lshtm.ac.uk Open Access Week 27 October 2016
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Publish data as supplemental material 2. Submit data to a digital repository 3. Publish a Data Paper
  3. 3. Motivations Enable new research Higher rate of citation More outputs that can be cited Ensure validity & replicability Piwowar HA, Vision TJ. (2013) Data reuse and the open data citation advantage https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.175
  4. 4. 1. Publish as supplemental material PLOS One + FigshareBioMed Central
  5. 5. 2. Publish in a digital repository
  6. 6. Data Deposit Process 1 Prepare your data o Select data that underpins research findings o Remove personal, sensitive, and superfluous details o Prepare documentation and other support files 2 Create metadata record o Create a metadata record and enter title, description, names, and other details. o Specify access status and licence for each file o Identify corresponding author 3 Update article o Obtain Digital Object Identifier o Add to appropriate location in article
  7. 7. OPEN DATA Anonymised data that can be made available for open access • Journals encourage use of licences that allow widest access and use SAFEGUARDED DATA Data with personal & sensitive information that can’t be removed requires extra protection • Provide method of contact • Access request must be reviewed by multiple people, not just creator • Use Data Transfer Agreement which establishes permitted & non-permitted uses Data access and use Data should be as open as possible, but as closed as necessary
  8. 8. Data Citation Practices Reference List Data Access Statement Some journals require datasets to be included in the reference list: Mandatory: • Author/creator • Title, • Publication date • Publisher: a repository, institution • DOI/URL or other access information Optional: • Resource Type (dataset, survey) • Version A section on 1st page of a journal article, typically next to funding information If data is openly available: • the repository name • the DOI/URL of the data record • Any licence conditions (e.g. CC-BY) If data is restricted: • a DOI/URL that describes data • reason for access constraints • how it may be requested • Brief details of access conditions
  9. 9. Data Access Statements Open data: “All data supporting this paper are openly available from the LSHTM data repository at http://dx.doi.org/10.17037/DATA.1234” Safeguarded data: “Due to the (ethically/politically/commercially) sensitive nature of the research, interview transcripts will be made available to bona fide researchers, on condition that they provide evidence of ethics approval and sign a Data Transfer Agreement. Further information on the data and access conditions can be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.17037/DATA.120” Third party data: "This study used secondary data obtained from third parties. Quarterly labour force data can be accessed by visiting http://dx.doi.org/10.5255/UKDA-SN-7037-5 and registering with the UK Data Service. Traffic pollution information was provided by Brighton County Council and may be requested by contacting their traffic department at [email address]. Additional details on how these datasets were processed are openly available at LSHTM data repository at http://dx.doi.org/10.17037/DATA.120”
  10. 10. Publish a Data Paper Purpose: 1. Provides a citable journal publication that provides scholarly credit to data creator and others involved in process 2. Ensures data is documented to a minimum standard that considers data reuse 3. It improve awareness of the data within the scholarly community a peer reviewed publication which contains facts about one or more datasets Content: • Describes the data itself, not hypotheses or arguments built on the data • Published in XML & PDF format (with additional metadata in ISA-Tab) • Authors retain copyright and grant first publication right to journal – encourage
  11. 11. Publication process Image source: Open Health Data http://openhealthdata.metajnl.com/about/submissions/
  12. 12. Pure & hybrid data journals https://www.wiki.ed.ac.uk/display/datashare/Sources+of+dataset+peer+review
  13. 13. Pure & hybrid data journals https://www.wiki.ed.ac.uk/display/datashare/Sources+of+dataset+peer+review Peer review Criteria • Rigour of procedures described in paper • Level of detail provided in data description Data must be: • hosted in a DOI-capable repository • publicly available without restriction, excepting reasonable controls related to human privacy issues or public safety • Ideally made available in an open format and open licence (e.g.CC-BY)
  14. 14. Open Health Data: Data Papers 1. Overview: • Title, paper author details, abstract, keywords, introduction/Study Description 2. Context: • Spatial coverage, temporal coverage, species 3. Methods: • Steps, sampling strategy, quality control, constraints, privacy, ethics 4. Dataset description: • Dataset creators, object name, data type, ontologies, file format, creation/publication dates, dataset creators, language, licence, repository location 5. Reuse potential • Funding statement, references APC: £100http://openhealthdata.metajnl.com /about/submissions/
  15. 15. Scientific Data: Data Descriptor • Title • Authors • Affiliations • Abstract • Background & Summary • Methods (capture, processing, etc.) • Code availability • Data Records - description • Technical Validation • Usage Notes • Author contributions • References • Data Citationshttp://www.nature.com/sdata/publish/ submission-guidelines#templates APC: £890 + optional data storage costs
  16. 16. Email us at Researchdatamanagement@lshtm.ac.uk hello Read more at http://www.lshtm.ac.uk/research/researchdataman/ hello Tweet us @LSHTMrdm Get in touch

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