Target Areas

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As a starting point to the vision laid out in the FORCE11 Manifesto,  we seek to revise the artifacts of communication (Containers) through addressing several key target areas.  Our vision entails creating a new, enriched form of scholarly publication that enables the creation and management of relationships between knowledge, claims and data (Authoring and Mark Up). It also means the creation of a knowledge infrastructure that allows the sharing of computationally executable components, such as workflows, computer code and statistical calculations, as scientifically valid content components (Processes); and an infrastructure that allows these components to be made accessible, reviewed, discussed referenced and attributed. In this way, the content of communications about research will follow the same evolutionary path that we have seen for general web content: a move from the static to the increasingly dynamic. To do this, we have to develop best practices for depositing research data sets in repositories that enable linking to relevant documents, and that have high compliance levels driven by appropriate incentives, resources and policies (Reward Systems).


Authoring
The Winnower
Scratchpads
FORCE2015 observations & notes
JournalGuide
ResExomeDB
ResearchCompendia
10 Simple Rules for the Care and Feeding of Scientific Data
Meeting on "Publish or perish? The future of scholarly publishing and careers"
Anvil Academic
Synapse
Europe PubMed Central
WorkingWiki
figshare
ShareLaTeX
WriteLaTeX
RDFaCE
Mindtouch DekiWiki
Fiduswriter
Scalar
Authorea
Google Docs
ORCID - Open Researcher and Contributor ID
The Future of the Book: CommentPress Plugin for Wordpress
The tyranny of formatting
Academic Authoring/Workflows

Processes
The Winnower
Scratchpads
FORCE2015 observations & notes
LINCS Information Framework (LIFE)
Research Object
GigaDB
Datavyu
Databrary
Sumatra
Training Course - ISO 16363 - Digital Repository Auditing
RECODE
Trusty URIs: Verifiable, Immutable, and Permanent Digital Artifacts for Linked Data
JournalGuide
ResExomeDB
My Talk @ Beyond the PDF 1
EnablingOpenScholarship
iSpyBio
Wireless & Mobile Technology: The future of content communication
Four Postulates for Diagrams as Semantic Data Carriers in Scientific Publications
conTEXT: Exploiting Linked Data for Content Analysis
ResearchCompendia
DFG-Project: Future Publications in the Humanities (Fu-PusH)
10 Simple Rules for the Care and Feeding of Scientific Data
Resource Identification Initiative
Meeting on "Publish or perish? The future of scholarly publishing and careers"
Sayeed Choudhury reflects on the research data revolution
Utilising organic search (SEO) for wider content exposure
SobekCM Digital Repository Software
BioFormats
OMERO - Open Microscopy Environment Remote Objects
OME-TIFF; Open Microscopy Environment Tagged Image File Format
JCB DataViewer
SEEK
RightField
Synapse
Europe PubMed Central
Epistemio
ESIP Data Management Training for Scientists
WorkingWiki
DMPTool
figshare
How a little bit of technology can fix the editing and production processes for the social sciences.
Open DOAR
CiteAb: The Antibody Search Engine
Git2Prov
ShareLaTeX
What will future publications be like?
GROTOAP: Ground Truth for Open Access Publications
IBM Announcing the IMPROVER Network Verification Challenge
U-Compare
Adobe Forms Central
Webmaker
Etherpad
Mendeley
Evernote
Memento
Knowledge Blog
NaCTeM - National Center for Text Mining
ckan - The open source data portal software
CBOX (Commons in a Box)
Scholarly Open Access
DOAJ - Director of Open Access Journals
ROARMAP: Registry of Open Access Repositories Mandatory Archiving Policies
Cohere
Open Provenance Model Vocabulary
JISC Open Citations
Rubriq
Academia.edu
GREC Corpus
GENIA Project: Mining literature for knowledge in molecular biology
BioCreative
ROAR
UK PubMed Central
PubMed
Flipboard
ResearchGate
myExperiment
ISA Infrastructure for Managing Experimental Metadata
AcroMine
VisTrails
Data management “Starting at Ground-Zero” event OHSU in Portland, OR
BRDI Announces Data and Information Challenge
Vivo hiring Director
If We Share Data, Will Anyone Use Them? Data Sharing and Reuse in the Long Tail of Science and Technology