Opening up your science – including computer science

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In two days, I will give a 1-hour talk about open science at the University of Oulu, Finland. For this very special occasion, I built a monster presentation about open science principles in computer science. However, it is general enough for all disciplines. Feel free to reuse it.

Citation:

Graziotin, Daniel (2015): Opening up your science – including computer science. figshare. DOI:10.6084/m9.figshare.1290944

Abstract:

Transparency and knowledge availability are essential in science. The construction of knowledge is a community-oriented, cooperative and competitive activity. The scientific method mainly consists of activities related to data. Such activities perform data collection, analysis, publication, critique, and reuse. Therefore, the access to the data, software, and work of others is necessary in order to evaluate the work, to replicate it, and to build upon that knowledge. Knowledge secures the current scientific beliefs, but also causes paradigm shifts and revolutionizes current beliefs. However, many barriers impede a broad dissemination of data, software, and scientific knowledge. This talk is the author’s sharing of his experience in open science practicing and understanding. The participants will have the opportunity to learn about the widely unnoticed scarcity of knowledge, how open science copes with this scarcity of knowledge with open access, open data, and open source, what are the licenses for open up scientific knowledge and how to make sense of them, and some crazily good, innovative, technological projects to foster open science and a better science in general.

The presentation is available here.

About the author

dgraziotin

Dr. Daniel Graziotin is a senior researcher (Akademischer Rat) at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. His research interests include human, behavioral, and psychological aspects of empirical software engineering, studies of science, and open science. He is associate editor at the Journal of Open Research Software and academic editor at the Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) journal. Daniel was awarded an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers in 2017, the European Design Award (bronze) in 2016, and the Data Journalism Award in 2015. He received his Ph.D. in computer science at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy.

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dgraziotin

Dr. Daniel Graziotin is a senior researcher (Akademischer Rat) at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. His research interests include human, behavioral, and psychological aspects of empirical software engineering, studies of science, and open science. He is associate editor at the Journal of Open Research Software and academic editor at the Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) journal. Daniel was awarded an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers in 2017, the European Design Award (bronze) in 2016, and the Data Journalism Award in 2015. He received his Ph.D. in computer science at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy.