Open access, Open data, Open Society

Fccb9ef81d69152b6096ec047428ac2e?s=47 Ian Mulvany
October 24, 2013

Open access, Open data, Open Society

Talk presented at Sage LSE Open Access Futures in the Humanities and Social Sciences event (#hssoa) on 2013-10-24. Video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=045A1ElhRNc#t=3953

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Ian Mulvany

October 24, 2013
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  1. Open data Open society Open access futures and perspectives @IanMulvany

    - head of technology - eLife
  2. A little about eLife

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  5. West et al. Cost-effectiveness of open access publications Not that

    expensive
  6. West et al. Cost-effectiveness of open access publications Could do

    better A nice deal
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  9. P = Interest N × Friction (helping someone) (getting help)

    Proportion of people that could use your work/ that create work you could use Ease of use and access of your work Number of people that you reach via Cameron Neylon
  10. P = Interest N × Friction Fixed Maximise Minimise via

    Cameron Neylon
  11. What does a world with less friction look like?

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  14. • Boumediene v. Bush, No. 06–1195 (6/12/08) (citing http://papers.ssrn.com/ abstract_id=1008252)

    • Baze v. Rees, No. 07–5439 (4/1608) (Stevens, J. concurring) (citinghttp:// papers.ssrn.com/abstract_id=1109258) SSRN papers cited in the US Supreme Court
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    50000 PLOS papers authored by University of Cape Town staff Usage data from the PLoS journal website (combined HTML views and PDF downloads). Circle size correlates with CrossRef citation counts. Red circles represent papers with "Health" in title. Months Total Views Toward a Global View of Alcohol, Tobacco, Cannabis, and Cocaine Use: Findings from the WHO World Mental Health Surveys Patient Adherence to Tuberculosis Treatment: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Research via Cameron Neylon
  16. via Cameron Neylon

  17. What’s the missing audience for these South African papers? via

    Cameron Neylon
  18. via Cameron Neylon

  19. ...here’s one... via Cameron Neylon

  20. Not very high views via Cameron Neylon

  21. 0 20 40 60 80 0 5000 10000 15000 PLOS

    papers authored by University of Cape Town staff Usage data from the PLoS journal website (combined HTML views and PDF downloads). Circle size correlates with CrossRef citation counts. Red circles represent papers with "HIV" in title. Months Total Views Not an obvious outlier... via Cameron Neylon
  22. ...but highly relevant interactions via Cameron Neylon

  23. via Cameron Neylon

  24. ...driven by this person... via Cameron Neylon

  25. See http://bit.ly/NJOyUn for the whole conversation via Cameron Neylon

  26. This. Is Impact. via Cameron Neylon

  27. A few words on data

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  29. Figure 1. Distribution of 2004–2005 citation counts of 85 trials

    by data availability. Piwowar HA, Day RS, Fridsma DB (2007) Sharing Detailed Research Data Is Associated with Increased Citation Rate. PLoS ONE 2(3): e308. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0000308 http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0000308
  30. 30 http://peterdesmet.com/posts/illegal-bullfrogs.html

  31. A few words on sustainability

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  33. “I would say that I've operated within an open access

    publishing world without much difficulty over the past years, though with the caveat that the open end of the spectrum is just that: one end. At the other end are publishers still tugging at our/my sleeves and insisting upon varying degrees of restrictions. But the trend line is moving strongly in the open direction”
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  35. The future is here already

  36. flickr birminghammag

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  38. This thing launched on Tuesday!!

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    gemonics paper GB MB ZB This Presentation All papers & Books, digitized CERN yearly 1993 2005 2025 2038 2050 2063
  56. cat picture http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Izno monitor picture via flicker user theyoungthousands

  57. Thank you! @IanMulvany - head of technology - eLife

  58. Internet penetration http://bit.ly/elife-2013trends Kelly Marshall http://www.kellimarshall.net/ Cost of storage http://bit.ly/elife-storagecost

    Paperscape http://paperscape.org/ Ancient Lives http://ancientlives.org/ Cymru 1900 http://www.cymru1900wales.org/ Cameron’s South African story http://bit.ly/neylon-SAcase Cameron’s Calculation http://bit.ly/cameron-network eLife http://elife.elifesciences.org/ SSRN example http://bit.ly/elife-tax Mark Twain Project http://www.marktwainproject.org/ Cost/Impact tool http://www.eigenfactor.org/openaccess Data and citations doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0000308 Jeffrey Schnapp http://jeffreyschnapp.com/ Nobel image via wikimedia commons Jevin West OA Cost Effectiveness http://bit.ly/west-oa-cost Reinhart Rogoff data via UMASS http://bit.ly/umass-rr-data