Promoting Access to Public Research Data for Scientific, Economic, and Social Development

@article{Arzberger2004PromotingAT,
  title={Promoting Access to Public Research Data for Scientific, Economic, and Social Development},
  author={Peter W. Arzberger and Peter Schroeder and Anne Beaulieu and Geoffrey C. Bowker and Kathleen Casey and Leif Laaksonen and David Moorman and Paul Uhlir and Paul Wouters},
  journal={Data Sci. J.},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={135-152}
}
Access to and sharing of data are essential for the conduct and advancement of science. This article argues that publicly funded research data should be openly available to the maximum extent possible. To seize upon advancements of cyberinfrastructure and the explosion of data in a range of scientific disciplines, this access to and sharing of publicly funded data must be advanced within an international framework, beyond technological solutions. The authors, members of an OECD Follow-up Group… 

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