Keeping research data alive and usable: putting preservation into practice

Matthew Addis
Short presentation (7 minutes, 24 slides) at Repository Fringe, Edinburgh, UK. 1 Aug 2016. There's growing evidence of the positive benefits of data sharing and open access at scale. Recent examples include the 2016 report on The Value and Impact of the European Bioinformatics Institute and the earlier report on Open Research Data commissioned by the Australian National Data Service in 2015. Both show strong long-term economic and scientific benefits that outweigh the costs by...
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