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The Dataverse Network®: An Open-Source Application for Sharing, Discovering and Preserving Data

Mercè Crosas
2011 D-Lib Magazine  
®: An Open-Source Application for Sharing, Discovering and Preserving Data Mercè Crosas Institute for Quantitative Social Science, Harvard University mcrosas@hmdc.harvard.edu doi:10.1045  ...  The Dataverse Network (DVN) project provides an open source solution to this data sharing problem through technology (King, 2007, http://thedata.org).  ... 
doi:10.1045/january2011-crosas fatcat:ulspv3e4hzdx3as4udyecmys2u

Extension of research data repository system to support direct compute access to biomedical datasets: enhancing Dataverse to support large datasets

Bill McKinney, Peter A. Meyer, Mercè Crosas, Piotr Sliz
2016 Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences  
(dataverse.org) open-source data repository system to structural biology datasets.  ...  Publication of large datasets is a challenge shared by several fields, and the SBDG has begun collaborating with the Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University to extend the Dataverse  ...  a sustainable repository, the SBDG and Dataverse teams at Harvard University's Institute for Quantitative Social Science are collaborating to expand and enhance the capabilities of the Dataverse open-source  ... 
doi:10.1111/nyas.13272 pmid:27862010 pmcid:PMC5546227 fatcat:zbcxvm465zecrbyei5p7musare

An Open Science Platform for the Next Generation of Data

Latanya Sweeney, Merce Crosas
2013 Social Science Research Network  
Imagine an online work environment where researchers have direct and immediate access to myriad data sources and tools and data management resources, useful throughout the research lifecycle.  ...  The leading, most comprehensive archives are capable of publishing, citing and sharing research data and they tend to be powered by the same software, The Dataverse Network, an open-source application  ...  The Dataverse Network One of the existing projects we build upon in the feature design of the Open Science Platform is the Dataverse Network, the leading software for sharing research data and allowing  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2302084 fatcat:jom2o6zwsjcsjiopazg7n55ye4

A Data Sharing Story

Merce Crosas
2012 Journal of eScience Librarianship  
At the Institute for Quantitative Social Sciences (IQSS) at Harvard University, we have built the Dataverse Network (http://thedata.org), an open-source software to share, cite, preserve, discover, and  ...  Sloan Foundation, we are integrating the Dataverse Network with the Open Journal System, an open-source software for the management of academic journals created by the Public Knowledge Project (Willinsky  ...  Disclosure: The author reports no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.7191/jeslib.2012.1020 fatcat:c2kmqkdn2zdndfqilwk3jxkzya

Extending the Open Access using Extensions: Freeing Scholarly Communication from the Walled Garden

Subhajit Panda, Rupak Chakravarty
2021 Zenodo  
The spirit and philosophy of Open Access are in sync with FAIFE owing to its visible role in sharing intellectual freedom for building information democracy.  ...  The present paper is dedicated to the new and emerging technology-driven tools for researchers and academicians to access or discover OA research more easily and effectively.  ...  /.Dataverse (a virtual archive) is an open-source web application for the sharing, preservation, citation, exploration and analysis of research data.It facilitates the making of data available to others  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5791954 fatcat:bvhsdwu7nncslbgvd344nha6pi

Open Journal Systems and Dataverse Integration– Helping Journals to Upgrade Data Publication for Reusable Research

Micah Altman, Eleni Castro, Mercè Crosas, Philip Durbin, Alex Garnett, Jen Whitney
2015 Code4Lib Journal  
This article describes the novel open source tools for open data publication in open access journal workflows.  ...  This comprises a plugin for Open Journal Systems that supports a data submission, citation, review, and publication workflow; and an extension to the Dataverse system that provides a standard deposit API  ...  The dataverse network®: An open-source application for sharing, discovering and preserving data. D-Lib Magazine, 17 (1/2) doi:10.1045/january2011-crosas Crosas, M. (2013).  ... 
doaj:cd7e1d886f7f402cbc988ae260d0186c fatcat:2qwff7ise5bcdhhdhsw24e2ycm

Researchers' Attitudes towards Data Discovery: Implications for a UCLA Data Registry

Rachel A. Mandell
2012 Social Science Research Network  
The UCLA Data Registry is one step towards providing the support and venues for making visible and accessible the diversity of research being conducted by UCLA researchers. iv The thesis of Rachel Mandell  ...  The interviews also demonstrated that the culture of publishing and venues for data dissemination are shifting away from the traditional journal article publication, especially in emerging areas such as  ...  This open source environment allows researchers to "publish, share, reference, extract and analyze research data" (Dataverse, 2012). The Dataverse Network supports multiple dataverses.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2129539 fatcat:fffuudgx7bcvjfxdc7ejlhqjba

Current status of scientific data curation research and practices in mainland China

Ou Shiyan, Zhou Yu
2016 LIBRES: Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal  
Therefore, it is urgent to develop and adopt methods to support the collection, collation, preservation and utilization of scientific data.  ...  This paper provides an overview of scientific data curation research and practices in mainland China.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This project is sponsored by the 2016 Qian Lan Project of Jiangsu Province, China and the National Social Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 15ZDB126).  ... 
doi:10.32655/libres.2016.1.6 fatcat:fzv6hfph5vgsba7ijbwhog3ygq

Automating Open Science for Big Data

Mercè Crosas, Gary King, James Honaker, Latanya Sweeney, Dhavan V. Shah, Joseph N. Cappella, W. Russell Neuman
2015 The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science  
sharing networks of code.  ...  Extending the Dataverse software for big data In the last decade, the Data Science team at Harvard's Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS) (King 2014) has developed open-source software infrastructure  ... 
doi:10.1177/0002716215570847 fatcat:kn2qrwd3e5hwpp225kenjyqpya

Research Data Management Implementation at Peking University Library: Foster and Promote Open Science and Open Data

Hua Nie, Pengcheng Luo, Ping Fu
2021 Data Intelligence  
The significance of the study is that the paper shows an example of creating an open data repository and RDM services for other Chinese academic libraries planning to implement their RDM services for their  ...  Using the Peking University Open Research Data Repository (PKU-ORDR) project as an example, this paper will review a library-based university-wide open research data repository project and related RDM  ...  Luo (luopc@ lib.pku.edu.cn) mainly contributed to the RDM Implementation especially with a focus on "The Establishment of the Open Research Data Repository" and "Usage, Data Curation, Skills Training and  ... 
doi:10.1162/dint_a_00088 fatcat:33nj4vedanattjufdppbvbydfm

RDM Workshop - Jan 23, 2019 Discussion Document

Mark Leggott, Laura Gerlitz
2019 Zenodo  
Supplemental notes document for the Kanata Declaration.  ...  The goal of this project is to create an extensible, open-source software method to search and discover Canadian geospatial research data using an interface specifically designed for maps, enabling users  ...  Dataverse is an open-source research data repository platform, developed by Harvard University's Institute for Quantitative Social Science with adopters and contributors from Canada, the US, and Europe  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2584178 fatcat:mwrymz7gqjbbloent7us4dajhq

DataverseNO: A National, Generic Repository and its Contribution to the Increased FAIRness of Data from the Long Tail of Research

Philipp Conzett
2020 Ravnetrykk  
The repository runs on the open-source software Dataverse.  ...  Section 4 gives an overview of the key organizational features of DataverseNO, followed by an evaluation of how well DataverseNO and the repository application Dataverse as such support the FAIR Data Principles  ...  Andreassen, Mercè Crosas, and the editors of this issue of Ravnetrykk for useful comments on earlier versions of this article. Disclaimer The author is one of the repository managers of DataverseNO.  ... 
doi:10.7557/15.5514 fatcat:lzuxerdrzndmvapsz2g4hj6n3q

CESSDA SaW D4.5: Provision of development support services on the basis of identified demand

Mike Priddy, Marion Wittenberg, Vyascheslav Tykhonov, Maja Dolinar, Irena Vipavc Brvar, Jindrich Krejci, Toni Sissala, Aleksandra Bradić-Martinović, Goran Gicić, Alen Vodopijevec, Trond Kvamme, Peter Hegedus
2017 Zenodo  
The task will establish the needs for the provisioning of development support services for new and existing CESSDA Service Providers.  ...  The objective of this task is to establish the conditions for creating new or reinforcing existing social science data services.  ...  All source code for the software has been published as open source in GitHub 68 and contributed to Dataverse Community.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3773121 fatcat:jdgyrxi3prbkjliobo2ies6fte

Enabling FAIR use of Ethnomusicology Data – Through Distributed Repositories, Linked Data and Music Information Retrieval

Alex Hofmann, Tomasz Miksa, Peter Knees, Asztrik Bakos, Hande Sağlam, Ardian Ahmedaja, Boonsit Yimwadsana, Clare Chan, Andreas Rauber
2021 Empirical Musicology Review  
They constitute valuable data for ethnomusicological research and are substantial for the world's musical heritage.  ...  and linked data, with the aim of giving incentives for the ethnomusicology research community to actively participate in these developments in the future.  ...  and the Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research (OeAD-GmbH).  ... 
doi:10.18061/emr.v16i1.7632 fatcat:jiheixu5irawphunplzikhu7ru

Committing to Data Quality Review

Limor Peer, Ann Green, Elizabeth Stephenson
2014 International Journal of Digital Curation  
Amid the pressure and enthusiasm for researchers to share data, a rapidly growing number of tools and services have emerged. What do we know about the quality of these data? Why does quality matter?  ...  And who should be responsible for data quality? We believe an essential measure of data quality is the ability to engage in informed reuse, which requires that data are independently understandable.  ...  We also recognize the members of the International Association of Social Science Information Services and Technology (IASSIST), upon the 40th anniversary of the organization, for their dedication to data  ... 
doi:10.2218/ijdc.v9i1.317 fatcat:5364qjctujcw7jbifgfkf5u6oa
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