HODS/rd, a research data harvester based on repositories and journals

Albiñana-Bertomeu, Ricardo and García-Gómez, Consól and González, Luís-Millán and Peset, Fernanda HODS/rd, a research data harvester based on repositories and journals., 2018 . In 13th IDCC, Beyond FAIR - from principles to practice to global join up, Barcelona, 19-21 feb. 2018. [Conference poster]

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The value of research data (RD) is recognized by researchers, academic authorities, and funders. One of the major concerns of libraries and managers when approaching to RD is preservation, thus deal with legal requirements. The benefits of making available these data are: reproducibility, reuse and transparency and accountability. Two well-known phrases summarize the picture: "Data is the new oil" (Arthur, 2013) and "The value of data lies in its use" (NRC, 1995). The problem when gathering data for preservation and reuse is that there are different methods for collecting data as there are many disciplines or even research groups working with different techniques for harvest data plus research datasets are sometimes deposited in databases or associated with the scientific article (Peset & González, 2017). In the face of this heterogeneity, we have created a harvester capable to track enriched files in databases and journals: OPENDATASCIENCE HODS/rd Harvester Open Data Science / Research Data, funded by the Spanish National R+D Program (CS02012-39632-C02-02 and CSO2015-65594-C2-1R). This poster presents the beginning, procedures and results of HODS/rd (2012-2016), being part of one DATASEA project deliverable. We present the history of the inventories, the evolution of ours ODiSEA registry to compile the url of journals that are accepting supplementary data, and also repositories. HODS/rd intents to discover enriched files to solve the problem of finding and accessing supplementary material publish within the academic papers. We have taken a close look at valuable recommended practices by NISO/NFAIS Working Group on Supplemental Journal Material (2013). We present our HODS/rd at IDCC18 to hear from the stakeholders of open science and research data.

Item type: Conference poster
Keywords: Research data; journals supplementary material; HODS/rd; DATASEA; ODiSEA
Subjects: H. Information sources, supports, channels. > HL. Databases and database Networking.
H. Information sources, supports, channels. > HZ. None of these, but in this section.
I. Information treatment for information services > IM. Open data
L. Information technology and library technology > LS. Search engines.
Depositing user: Fernanda Peset
Date deposited: 24 Apr 2018 07:33
Last modified: 24 Apr 2018 07:33
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/32691

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Albiñana, Ricardo; Rodríguez Gairín, Josep Manel; Ferrer-Sapena, Antonia; González, Luis-Millán; Peset, Fernanda (2017). ¿Cómo creamos nuestro cosechador de datos de investigación? OPENDATASCIENCE HODS/rd 2012-2016. Ecosistemas del Conocimiento Abierto ECA 2017.

Arthur, Charles (2013). Tech giants may be huge, but nothing matches big data. The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2013/aug/23/tech-giants-data

NISO (2013). Recommended practices for online supplemental journal article materials NISO RP-15. Baltimore (Estados Unidos): NISO; 2013. http://www.niso.org/publications/rp/rp-15-2013.

NRC-National Research Council (1995). Preserving Scientific Data on our Physical Universe: A New Strategy for Archiving the Nation's Scientific Information Resources. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

Peset, Fernanda; González, Luis-Millán (2017). Ciencia abierta y gestión de datos de investigación. Gijón: TREA.


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