Sharing publication-related data and materials

responsibilities of authorship in the life sciences by National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Responsibilities of Authorship in the Biological Sciences.

Publisher: National Academies Press in Washington, D.C

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  • Life sciences -- Authorship.,
  • Communication in science.,
  • Life science publishing.,
  • Authorship.,
  • Publishing.,
  • Writing -- standards.,
  • Research -- standards.,
  • Databases.,
  • Cooperative Behavior.

Edition Notes

StatementCommittee on Responsibilities of Authorship in the Biological Sciences, Board on Life Sciences, Division on Earth and Life Studies, National Research Council of the National Academies.
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LC ClassificationsQH304 .N28 2003
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 104 p. :
Number of Pages104
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3324027M
ISBN 100309088593
LC Control Number2004296945
OCLC/WorldCa52163482

Journal policy on research data and code availability is an important part of the ongoing shift toward publishing reproducible computational science. This article extends the literature by studying journal data sharing policies by year (for both and ) for a referent set of journals. We make a further contribution by evaluating code sharing policies, supplemental materials policies Cited by: Consult with your liaison for assistance with developing a data management plan, or in locating, describing, storing, or sharing data. Following best practices in research data management can help you, your lab, or center secure grant funding and create data .   National Research Council, Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials (National Academies Press, Washington, DC, Department of Health and Human Services, in Fed. Regist., 64, Cited by: Some books can be freely read and downloaded. Others can be borrowed and read in our online book reader. Skip to main content. This banner text can have markup 'Swami Lakshman Joo Audio Video Material', 'Swami Lakshman Joo Archives Sharing publication-related data and materials: responsibilities of authorship in the life sciences.

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Show details National Research Council (US) Committee on Responsibilities of Authorship in the Biological Sciences. The purpose of sharing publication-related materials is to enable research—that is, to allow the recipients of material to replicate and build on the work of the authors—and the terms of MTAs and their negotiation should not create a barrier to this goal.

Get this from a library. Sharing publication-related data and materials: responsibilities of authorship in the life sciences. [National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Responsibilities of Authorship in the Biological Sciences.]. Community standards for sharing publication-related data and materials should flow from the general principle that the publication of scientific information is intended to move science forward.

More specifically, the act of publishing is a quid pro quo in which authors receive credit and acknowledgment in exchange for disclosure of their scientific findings. This book plus thousands more are available at Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials: Responsibilities of Authorship in the Life Sciences Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials: Responsibilities of Authorship in the Life Sciences.

This report explores the responsibilities of authors to share data, software, and materials related to their publications. In addition to describing the principles that support community standards for sharing different kinds of data and materials, the report makes recommendations for ways to facilitate sharing.

Sharing of materials integral to a published work is a responsibility of consistency with the spirit of the uniform principle for sharing integral data and materials expeditiously (UPSIDE), materials described in a scientific paper should be shared in a way that permits other investigators to replicate the work described in the paper and to build on its findings.

Sharing publication-related data and materials: responsibilities of authorship in the life sciences / Author: Committee on Responsibilities of Authorship in the Biological Sciences, Board on Life Sciences, Division on Earth and Life Studies, National Research Council of the National Academies.

Sharing of data and software and of materials related to publication are treated in Chapters 3 and 4, respectively, and Chapter 5 reviews the various arguments advanced regarding the differing interpretations and consequences of existing standards.

By requiring sharing of publication-related materials and data, the scientific community does risk the possibilities that the for-profit sector will choose not to publish some of its findings and that some data or materials will be made available only at a cost.

Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials* The Committee on Responsibilities of Authorship in the Biological Sciences identified five principles that represent what the scientific community commonly expects from authors regarding the sharing of data and materials mentioned in their publications.

These are the principles as stated in the report:File Size: 56KB. Get this from a library. Sharing publication-related data and materials: responsibilities of authorship in the life sciences.

[National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Responsibilities of Authorship in the Biological Sciences.;] -- The National Research Council created, in Octoberthe Committee on Responsibilities of Authorship in the Biological Sciences, whose members were chosen.

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The Committee on Responsibilities of Authorship in the Biological Sciences, formed in by the National Academies, held a workshop in on “Community Standards for Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials” (Committee on Responsibilities of Authorship in the Biological Sciences, a).

The Committee found that within the life Author: Donald Richard Ort. Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials by Committee on Responsibilities of Authorship in the Biological Sciences; National Research Author: Lori Tschirhart.

Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials: Responsibilities of Authorship in the Life Sciences. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, Description: Explores the responsibilities of authors to share data, software and materials related to their publications.

Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials by National Research Council (U.S.), Committee on Responsibilities of Authorship in the Biological Sciences Staff Publication Date: Writing the Laboratory Notebook by Howard M.

KanareAuthor: Rebecca Renirie. SCIENCE PUBLISHING Prompted by what one biologist calls “an erosion of traditional standards”—and, in particular, the public dispute over access to data on the human genome—leaders in the life sciences have prescribed rules for the sharing of data and research materials.

Their report, issued last week by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS),[*][1] decrees that the authors of Cited by: 6. Thoughts on the sharing of data and research materials and the role of journal policies the sharing of data and research materials in the sciences is generally accepted as a desirable practice by much of the scientific community.

However, the practice of sharing data and Cech TR. () Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials. Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials. Biologists communicate to the research community and document their scientific accomplishments by publishing in scholarly journals.

This report explores the responsibilities of authors to share data, software, and materials related to Author: Maggie Albro.

“The Purpose of Publication and Responsibilities for Sharing.” Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials Responsibilities of Authorship in the Life gton: National Academies. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. The Open Data Policy section of Author guidelines states that "to allow others to verify and build on the work published in Royal Society journals, it is a condition of publication that authors make available the data, code and research materials supporting the results in the article."Author: Zixiao Wang.

Research data refers to the collection of files that support your research project, study or publication e.g. spreadsheets, documents, images, videos, audio etc. Other researchers can’t learn and build upon your research data if they can’t see it and you can’t get credit if other researchers can’t find and cite you.

The files on your desktop or USB stick may contain valuable knowledge. By publishing your work, you are not only contributing to your field, but to the human worldview. You are sharing discoveries that could shape the way the world thinks.

References. National Research Council of the National Academies. The Purpose of Publication and. Responsibilities for Sharing. In Sharing Publication-Related Data and Author: Kate Anderson. NAS Data Sharing Report • Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials: Responsibilities of Authorship in the Life Sciences, ().

• “Principle 1. Authors should include in their publications the data, algorithms, or other information that is central or integral to the publication—that is. We provide Services to Scholars. Journals have their own policies that describe an author’s responsibilities related to publication and sharing publication-related data and materials.

Publishers of journals include for-profit companies and not-for-profit enterprises, such as university presses, scientific societies, and associations, and.Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials: Responsibilities of Authorship in the Life Sciences (), by National Research Council Board on Life Sciences (HTML and page images with commentary at NAP) QHBSCIENTIFIC DATA SHARING ERODES.

Secrecy News complained on February 6, precisely because it lacked such an opposing view. Apparently, the Justice Department independently reached the same conclusion. See "Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials: Responsibilities of Authorship in the Life Sciences" from the Academy's Board on Life.