The ODE project has published a collection of success stories and lessons learned in the area of data sharing, re-use and preservation.
Ten stories have been selected from a series of interviewed carried out to establish a baseline for the drivers and barriers in data exchange.
You will find the full report here.
Another report of the ODE project (“Integration of Data and Publications“) is related to the scientific communication and shows actual trends – e.g. it describes how libraries and publishers are dealing with research data and how they make them accessible.
One example: the report lists five abstract researcher requirements for integrating data and publication:
1. Researchers need somewhere to put data and make it safe for reuse
2. Researchers need to control its sharing and access
3. Researchers need the ability to integrate data and publication
4. Researchers need to get credit for data as a first class research object
5. Researchers need someone to pay for the costs of data availability and re-use
Quite interesting findings for our EDaWaX-Project- especially requirement 3 is a goal of our project…
An executive summary of the ODE-report is available here.
Image Source: Opportunities for Data Exchange – Project (ODE). Cover of the report: “Ten Tales of Drivers and Barriers in Data Sharing. Alliance for Permanent Access (APA). License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/