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Empirical study examining the similarities and distinguishing features of scientific attention as measured by citations and public attention in online fora.
ORBIT (ORCID Reducing Burden and Improving Transparency) Project which engages funders to use persistent identifiers to automate and streamline the flow of research information between systems.
For the year 2016, 28.9 % of all peer-reviewed articles produced within the Finnish universities were reported as being OA.
Figshare's annual report shows that open data has become more embedded in the research community: 82% of survey respondents are aware of open data sets and more researchers are curating their data for sharing.
The current state of research software, a number of the challenges around it that exist in academia, and some potential solutions.
This report explores the role of women in STEM and the challenges they face, looking at areas of gender inequality, exploring potential causes of this inequality and offering solutions.
The perceived and actual barriers experienced by researchers attempting to do reproducible research.
The infographic shows how to achieve 100% Open Access for free and legally.
A collection of thirteen papers that were intended to be unpublishable. All were submitted to predatory journals to expose non-existent peer review and exploitative practices.
A report based on the sessions at the SpotOn London conference held at Wellcome Collection Conference centre in November 2016.
A webinar on how to access and engage with content and the importance of open access to scholarly research communication.
Slides from my AAAS '17 talk, part of the panel: "Mind the Gaps: Wikipedia as a Tool to Connect Scientists and the Public"
Visual representation of selected ORCID integrations as listed on ORCID website.
Results of a survey of Wellcome researchers to find out what they think about open research, how they practice it, and some of the barriers they face.
A few slides comparing ResearchGate, Academia, Mendeley and others.
Choice of data, methodology and indicators can produce seriously inconsistent results despite a common set of disciplines and countries.
Funders and publishers have something in common: for better or worse, we have the ability to influence the behavior of researchers.
A selection of analyses and articles about open data.
Activity report from WikiCite 2016 (Berlin, 25-26 May 2016).