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Overview of disciplinary data sharing practices and promotion of open data in science

Title
Overview of disciplinary data sharing practices and promotion of open data in science
Authors
Kim J.
Ewha Authors
김지현
SCOPUS Author ID
김지현scopus
Issue Date
2019
Journal Title
Science Editing
ISSN
2288-8063JCR Link
Citation
Science Editing vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 3 - 9
Keywords
Data sharingDisciplinary data sharing practicesMovements for open dataOpen dataOpen science
Publisher
Korean Council of Science Editors
Indexed
SCOPUS; KCI scopus
Document Type
Review
Abstract
The present study specifies the historical development of data sharing practices in three disciplines-oceanography, ecology, and genomics-along with the evolving progress of movements-e-Science, cyberinfrastructure, and open science-that expedite data sharing in more diverse disciplines. The review of these disciplinary data-sharing practices and the movements suggests opportunities and challenges that would serve as a basis for implementing data-sharing practices. The increasing need for large-scale and interdisciplinary research provides momentum for initiating data sharing. In addition, the development of data repositories and standards for metadata and data format facilitates data sharing. However, challenges need to be addressed, in regard to conflicting issues of patenting data, concerns about privacy and confidentiality, and informed consent that adequately enables data sharing. It is also necessary to consider the needs of the various stakeholders involved in data sharing to incentivize them to improve its impact. © 2019 Korean Council of Science Editors.
DOI
10.6087/KCSE.149
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