Edward J. Ungvarsky

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Putting data into the public domain is not the same thing as making those data accessible for intelligent analysis. A distinguished group of editors and experts who were already engaged in one way or another with the issues inherent in making research data public came together with statisticians to initiate a dialogue about policies and prac-ticalities of(More)
1632 LETTERS Some have suggested that the release of NDIS profiles would be unduly burdensome (13), but the relevant fields in the SQL database could be copied in a matter of minutes. Open access to data is a fundamental tenet of science. The need for openness was reinforced by the recent National Research Council report, which decried the insularity of(More)
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