Presentations and Slides

FORCE11 and Outside Community Presentations.


Embedding underpinning mechanisms for reproducibility: the ISA exemplar

Author: Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran | Publication Date:

Posted by Beyond the PDF2... | Mar 5th 2013

Ability to enrich the experimental descriptions: tick;  integrations with existing analysis tools (e.g. GenomeSpace, Galaxy, R/BioConductor): tick; conversions to other community and public database...


Don't publish. Release!

Author: Carole Goble | Publication Date:

Posted by Carole Goble | Mar 5th 2013

The idea that research is "finished" and then published is flawed. This is particularly the case when we move from publishing results solely as narrative PDFs and instead publish results as compound...


Using nanopublications to model laboratory protocols

Posted by Beyond the PDF2... | Mar 5th 2013

Author: Olga Giraldo My current research entails the study of laboratory protocols. Laboratory protocols should facilitate replicability and reproducibility of an experiment ; more importantly,...


The ACUMEN Portfolio - Accounting for alternative forms of scholarly output

Posted by Beyond the PDF2... | Mar 5th 2013

Authors: Clifford Tatum Paul Wouters New tools for measuring the impact of research (altmetrics) bring much needed attention to changing scholarly communication practices. However, alternative forms...


ReproZip: Packing Experiments for Sharing and Publication

Posted by Beyond the PDF2... | Mar 5th 2013

Author: Francis Chirigati Reproducibility is a core component of the scientific process, and essential for new forms of scholarly publication. An impediment to the adoption of computational...


Creating a Crowdsourcing Platform for Accelerating Returns in eScience

Posted by Beyond the PDF2... | Mar 5th 2013

Author: Alexey Boyarsky In today's natural sciences, the problem of complexity concerns not only the experimental data, but also the generated scientific knowledge: complex scientific concepts;...


Why publishers should publish an XML file and nothing else

Author: Kaveh Bazargan | Publication Date:

Posted by Kaveh Bazargan | Mar 4th 2013

The multitude of document formats (PDF, html, ePub) and reading devices (tablets, phones, Daisy reader, etc) has forced publishers to divert resources to IT, in order to keep up with technology,...


What is a catalog and why is it useful?

Author: Bandrowski, Anita | Publication Date:

Posted by Anita Bandrowski | Mar 4th 2013

The vision of the Neuroscience Information Framework, NIF, is that catalogs of research resources are important to science, but the creation of these deceptively simple catalogs is not trivial....


Open data dialogue Final Report

Author: Darren Bhattachary | Publication Date: , Author: Douglas Dalziel | Publication Date:

Posted by Maryann Martone | Jan 27th 2013

Undertaken on the behalf of the Research Councils UK in partnership with JISC, the Royal Society and Sciencewise-ERC, this public dialogue explored views on open data, data reuse and data management...


Evaluation of public dialogue on Open Data

Author: Natasha Comber | Publication Date:

Posted by Maryann Martone | Jan 27th 2013

Undertaken on the behalf of the Research Councils UK in partnership with JISC, the Royal Society and Sciencewise-ERC, this public dialogue explored views on open data, data reuse and data management...