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Paving the Way to Open Data
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Abstract: It is easy to argue that open data is critical to enabling faster and more effective research discovery. In this article, we describe the approach we have taken at Wiley to support open data and to start enabling more data to be FAIR data (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) with the implementation of four data policies: “Encourages”, “Expects”, “Mandates” and “Mandates and Peer Reviews Data”. We describe the rationale for these policies and levels of adoption so far. In the coming months we plan to measure and monitor the implementation of these policies via the publication of data availability statements and data citations. With this information, we’ll be able to celebrate adoption of data-sharing practices by the research communities we work with and serve, and we hope to showcase researchers from those communities leading in open research.
Keywords: Open data; Data sharing; Data citation; Open research
Acknowledgments
We are grateful to Wiley’s data sharing team and the people who helped design and implement the datasharing policies including: Erin Arndt (Associate Director, Editorial System), Hope Inman (Manager, EditorialOperations & Communications), Kate Perry (Product Manager), Kathryn Sharples (Director, EditorialDevelopment), Terri Teleen (Director, Editorial Operations & Communications), Natasha White (Director,Open Access Product Marketing). We would like to thank Elisha Morris (Editorial Assistant), and SarahPedder (Intern) for support as we made revisions to this manuscript following peer review.
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Y. Wu, E. Moylan, H. Inman & C. Graf. Paving the way to open data. Data Intelligence 1(2019), 380-392. doi: 10.1162/dint_a_00021
Yan Wu
All authors made substantial contributions to the design of this paper. Y. Wu (ywu2@wiley.com) wrote the first draft. All authors made substantial contributions to the design of this paper. Y. Wu (ywu2@wiley.com) wrote the first draft. According to CRediT taxonomy, each author’s contribution is listed below: Conceptualization: Y. Wu, E. Moylan, H. Inman and C. Graf; Formal analysis: Y. Wu, E.Moylan, H. Inmanand C. Graf; Methodology: Y. Wu, E.Moylan, H. Inman and C. Graf; Resources: E.Moylan, H. Inman andC. Graf; Writing – original draft: Y. Wu; Writing – review & editing: E. Moylan, H. Inman and C. Graf.
ywu2@wiley.com
Yan Wu is currently Associate Director for Open Research and EditorialDevelopment at Wiley, responsible for developing Open Research strategy inChina, also shaping strategy for journal editorial development andcollaborations. She has been working in academic publishing over 8 yearswith various roles.
0000-0001-7610-9465
Elizabeth Moylan
All authors made substantial contributions to the design of this paper. E. Moylan (emoylan@wiley.com), C. Graf(cgraf@wiley.com) and H. Inman (hinman@wiley.com) revised the first draft. All authors approved the version to be published and are accountable for the paper. According to CRediT taxonomy, each author’s contribution is listed below: Conceptualization: Y. Wu, E. Moylan, H. Inman and C. Graf; Formal analysis: Y. Wu, E.Moylan, H. Inmanand C. Graf; Methodology: Y. Wu, E.Moylan, H. Inman and C. Graf; Resources: E.Moylan, H. Inman andC. Graf; Writing – original draft: Y. Wu; Writing – review & editing: E. Moylan, H. Inman and C. Graf.
Elizabeth Moylan is Publisher for Research Integrity and Publishing Ethicsat Wiley where she works with colleagues to develop and implement policieswhich support open publishing practices, with emphasis on peer review andopen research. She is an Editorial Board Member for Research Integrity & PeerReview and is an Advisory Board Member for two EU-funded projects“EnTIRE” and “Virt2ue” that aim to support researchers in upholding andpracticing the principles of research integrity. Elizabeth completed her PhDand post-doctoral training at the University of Oxford, UK.
Hope Inman
All authors made substantial contributions to the design of this paper. E. Moylan (emoylan@wiley.com), C. Graf(cgraf@wiley.com) and H. Inman (hinman@wiley.com) revised the first draft. All authors approved the version to be published and are accountable for the paper. According to CRediT taxonomy, each author’s contribution is listed below: Conceptualization: Y. Wu, E. Moylan, H. Inman and C. Graf; Formal analysis: Y. Wu, E.Moylan, H. Inmanand C. Graf; Methodology: Y. Wu, E.Moylan, H. Inman and C. Graf; Resources: E.Moylan, H. Inman andC. Graf; Writing – original draft: Y. Wu; Writing – review & editing: E. Moylan, H. Inman and C. Graf.
Hope Inman is Senior Manager, Publishing Operations and Communicationsat Wiley. Hope has been with Wiley for over 14 years in roles of peer reviewmanagement and journal management before her current role where sheleads initiatives supporting operational excellence and adoption of openresearch policies throughout Wiley’s proprietary and society-owned title list.
Chris Graf
All authors made substantial contributions to the design of this paper. E. Moylan (emoylan@wiley.com), C. Graf(cgraf@wiley.com) and H. Inman (hinman@wiley.com) revised the first draft. All authors approved the version to be published and are accountable for the paper. According to CRediT taxonomy, each author’s contribution is listed below: Conceptualization: Y. Wu, E. Moylan, H. Inman and C. Graf; Formal analysis: Y. Wu, E.Moylan, H. Inmanand C. Graf; Methodology: Y. Wu, E.Moylan, H. Inman and C. Graf; Resources: E.Moylan, H. Inman andC. Graf; Writing – original draft: Y. Wu; Writing – review & editing: E. Moylan, H. Inman and C. Graf.
Chris Graf is Director, Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics at Wiley, andis Trustee and Past Co-Chair of COPE, Committee on Publication Ethics.Academic and researcher behavior and publishing are changing fast. Theintegrity of what we peer review and publish has never been more important.Academic and research publishers need editorial processes, technology, anda focus on quality that fits the research environment we work in, and that fitswhat our communities and customers expect of us. How we make that focusreal is important: What we do is always a collaboration with editors, publishingteams, with researchers and academic communities, with societies andassociations, and it is always shaped by funders and institutions. Chris leadsinitiatives at Wiley that focus on transparency, research integrity and publishingethics.
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