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"Dat is the secure and distributed package manager for data. Use the desktop app, command line tool, and javascript library. "
data-sharing  software 
march 2017 by tsuomela
"Zenodo is an open dependable home for the long-tail of science, enabling researchers to share and preserve any research outputs in any size, any format and from any science."
data-curation  data-sharing  science  data  management  tool  online  repository 
october 2014 by tsuomela
Opening a can of data-sharing worms | Absolutely Maybe, Scientific American Blog Network
"Timothy Vines and colleagues did a study on how the reproducibility of data sets in zoology changes through time. They gathered 516 papers published between 1991 and 2011. And then they tried to track the data down. Even tracking down the authors was a challenge, never mind the actual data. As the years went by, a dwindling minority of papers were accompanied by author email addresses that still functioned. Vines’ luck with data was even worse. In the end, only 37% of the data even from papers in 2011 were still findable and retrievable. "
data-sharing  data  management  science  reproduction  accuracy 
september 2013 by tsuomela
[1205.0030] A Market for Unbiased Private Data: Paying Individuals According to their Privacy Attitudes
"Since there is, in principle, no reason why third parties should not pay individuals for the use of their data, we introduce a realistic market that would allow these payments to be made while taking into account the privacy attitude of the participants. And since it is usually important to use unbiased samples to obtain credible statistical results, we examine the properties that such a market should have and suggest a mechanism that compensates those individuals that participate according to their risk attitudes. Equally important, we show that this mechanism also benefits buyers, as they pay less for the data than they would if they compensated all individuals with the same maximum fee that the most concerned ones expect. "
economics  privacy  data-sharing  social-media 
may 2012 by tsuomela
How A Private Data Market Could Ruin Facebook - Technology Review
"Today, Bernardo Huberman and Christina Aperjis at HP Labs in Palo Alto, say there is an alternative. Why not pay individuals for their data? TR looked at this idea earlier this week.

Setting up a market for private data won't be easy. Chief among the problems is that buyers will want unbiased samples--selections chosen at random from a certain subgroup of individuals. That's crucial for many kinds of statistical tests."
economics  privacy  data-sharing  social-media 
may 2012 by tsuomela
Research Remix
heather piwowar, research remix

blogging about the science, engineering, and human factors of biomedical evolution and ecology research data sharing and reuse
weblog-individual  research  open-access  open-science  data-sharing 
november 2010 by tsuomela

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