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Data Management in the Long Tail: Science, Software, and Service
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Scientists in all fields face challenges in managing and sustaining access to their research data. Expand
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Retaining volunteers in volunteer computing projects
  • P. Darch, A. Carusi
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A…
  • 13 September 2010
Volunteer computing projects (VCPs) have been set up by groups of scientists to recruit members of the public who are asked to donate spare capacity on their personal computers to the processing ofExpand
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The durability and fragility of knowledge infrastructures: Lessons learned from astronomy
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This paper explores the durability and fragility of knowledge infrastructures for data in astronomy. Expand
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Open Data in Scientific Settings: From Policy to Practice
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We present findings from two longitudinal case studies of major scientific collaborations, the Sloan Digital Sky Survey in astronomy and the Center for Dark Energy Biosphere Investigations in deep subseafloor biosphere studies. Expand
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Knowledge infrastructures in science: data, diversity, and digital libraries
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Digital libraries can be deployed at many points throughout the life cycles of scientific research projects from their inception through data collection, analysis, documentation, publication, curation, preservation, and stewardship. Expand
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What lies beneath?: Knowledge infrastructures in the subseafloor biosphere and beyond
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We present preliminary findings from a three-year research project comprised of longitudinal qualitative case studies of data practices in four large, distributed, highly multidisciplinary scientific collaborations. Expand
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The ups and downs of knowledge infrastructures in science: Implications for data management
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The promise of technology-enabled, data-intensive scholarship is predicated upon access to knowledge infrastructures that are not yet in place. Expand
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Beyond Big or Little Science: Understanding Data Lifecycles in Astronomy and the Deep Subseafloor Biosphere
For decades, the big science and little science dichotomy has served as a starting point for many analyses of scientific research and data practices, including studies used to inform the constructionExpand
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Shared understanding of end-users' requirements in e-Science projects
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The acquisition by developers of e-Science applications of a thorough understanding of the requirements of end-users has been recognized as playing a critical role in the usability of such applications. Expand
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Ship space to database: Motivations to manage research data for the deep subseafloor biosphere
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We present findings about the creation of an online scientific data registry and a data repository from a longitudinal case study of infrastructure development in a large, collaborative, distributed, multidisciplinary scientific project studying subseafloor microbial life. Expand
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