Open data spotlight: Badges for open science

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1. Amye Kenall Open data for researchers - the obstacles and the opportunities #opendataspotlight Thursday, 26 February 2015 Badges for Open Science 2. Publish all research, including data notes, across life sciences Rapid, open science: 3 weeks to first decision, open peer review GigaDB for free data and code/tools hosting (up to 1 terabyte) Two full-time bioinformaticians and a data curator to help you make your research reproducible Open data (CC0) 3. What have we learned? 4. #OpenData is good for individuals Piwowar HA, Day RS, Fridsma DB (2007) PLoS ONE 2(3): e308. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0000308 35% increase in citations 5. #OpenData is good for communities Huanming Yang, Support the Manchester Manifesto: a case study of the free sharing of human genome data, 6. Yet still not great take up 30% 7. Are these working? 8. How can we reimagine how we value different research products? 9. GPAs are worthless as a criteria for hiring and test scores are worthless Your ability to perform at Google is completely unrelated to how you performed when you were in school, because the skills you acquired in college are very different Head of HR at Google, 2013 10. What does this have to do with research skills? 11. Digital Credentials 12. Mozilla Science Lab OA Publishers ORCiD Scientists Open Badges 13. How can we reimagine how we value different research products? 14. Call to Action perBadger/issues/2 Read More badges-a-new-project/ credit-where-credit-is-due-1.15033 community/2014/11/could-digital-badges- clarify-roles-co-authors 15. Questions? @Amye Kenall Development Manager (Open Data), BioMed Central