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Open data: crediting a culture of cooperation

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Bolukbasi, B., N. Berente, J. Cutcher-Gershenfeld, L. Dechurch, C. Flint, M. Haberman, A.K. Aufdenkampe, J. Bass, J. Crowell, M.D. Daniels, S. Diggs, C. Duffy, Y. Gil, B. Gomez, S. Graves, R. Hazen, L. Hsu, D. Kinkade, K. Lehnert, C. Marone, D. Middleton, A. Noren, G. Pearthree, M. Ramamurthy, E. Robinson, G. Percivall, S. Richard, C. Suarez, and D. Walker. 2013. Science 342(6162):1041–1042.

doi:10.1126/science.342.6162.1041-b

Abstract

Although the question of who pays for open data is important (“Who will pay for public access to research data?,” F. Berman and V. Cerf, Policy Forum, 9 Aug, p. 616), a greater challenge lies in implementing the institutional and cultural changes required before data from government-sponsored research can be openly shared.

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