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- Opening my methods and data.

- Opening"my publications.
- Opening"my tools.

3. How to open (my) science?

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How to open (my) science?

By taking the UPC library Open Science trainings !

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How to open (my) science?

By taking the UPC library Open Science trainings !

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How to open (my) science?

By taking the UPC library Open Science trainings !

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How to open (my) science?

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Why?
Why do I want to open my research? (to fulfill my obligations towards my research funders, to create easily reusable content, to reach a large audience...)

What?
What type of content am I going to produce during my PhD? (research articles, books, meta-analyses, code, softwares, coference posters, blog posts...)


When?
When do I plan to share/open my research? As soon as possible? Before/after the peer-review process?

How?
What tools will I use to do this sharing? Peer-review, multilingual abstracts, Creative Commons licenses...

Where?
Which platform will host my research? Open Access academic publishers without APC? Open access books? My own website? Open archives for code/data repository...

Identify ressources associated with each step of your Open Science strategy

Defining my Open Science strategy

How to open (my) science?

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Opening my methods and data

"Preregistration is the process of specifying key study and analysis details and decisions before conducting the experiment. The main goal of preregistering one’s research is to make it easier for readers (and yourself) to distinguish between what the you set out to do (confirmation) and what was discovered along the way (exploration). Both are vital to science, but conflating these two types of work can lead to misinterpretation of the context of any claim. Preregistration prevents us from tricking ourselves and allows the argument to have meaning."

Preregistration: A Plan, Not a Prison
Alexander DeHaven

https://www.cos.io/blog/preregistration-plan-not-prison

Pre-register your study...

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"Registered Reports is a publishing format that emphasizes the importance of the research question and the quality of methodology by conducting peer review prior to data collection. High quality protocols are then provisionally accepted for publication if the authors follow through with the registered methodology."

https://www.cos.io/initiatives/registered-reports

...or even publish it as registered report

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Opening my methods and data

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"Entities become data only when someone uses them as evi- dence of a phenomenon, and the same entities can be evidence of multiple phenomena. Photographs in an old family album or high school yearbook may become data when a researcher uses them as evidence for hair and clothing styles of a period. Another researcher may use them as evidence of family groupings or social identity. Weather records in old ship logs, gathered for business and navigation purposes, now are used as data to study climate change. Patent records may be a source of evidence for when and where some found object may have been manufactured."

How to open (my) science?

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https://researchdata.springernature.com/documents/web_a92645_what-are-research-data-revision

Data can be :


- collected (e.g. archives)
- produced (e.g. observations, measures)

Opening my methods and data

What is a data?

How to open (my) science?

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https://www.ouvrirlascience.fr/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/SO_21-10-14-WEB-EN.pdf

Opening my methods and data

Learn about the data life cycle

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Make your data FAIR!

Opening my methods and data

https://open-science-training-handbook.github.io/Open-Science-Training-Handbook_EN//02OpenScienceBasics/

How to open (my) science?

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Opening my methods and data

https://dmp.opidor.fr/

Manage your data! Learn how to write a DMP

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Manage your data! Learn how to write a DMP

Opening my methods and data

https://dmp.opidor.fr/

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Opening my publications

Diamond Open Access: Gold Open Access without charging APC.

- All articles and related contents are availible for free immediately on the journal's website.

- The publisher does not charge authors for publishing fees (APC)

- Publication costs are internalized by not-for-profit, non-commercial organizations, associations, networks or public institutions.

- All articles and related contents are availible for free immediately on the journal's website.

- The publisher does charge authors for publishing fees (APC)

- Publication costs (APC) are paid by the researcher, his/her research institution or his/her research funder.

Majority of for-profit, gold OA journals

Hybrid journals

- Articles and related contents are behind a paywall and only availible through subscription unless an OA option was taken by the author.

- The publisher does charge authors for publishing fees (APC) for the OA option.

- A certain number of institutions/funders are not paying for APCs in hybrid journals (e.g. in France: ANR or ERC)

Find your way through the Open Access publishing ecosystem

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Take advantage of the Digital Republic bill (Loi pour une République Numérique)

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Research publications funded at least 50% by public funds and appearing in serials with at least an issue a year can be made available free of charge after an embargo period.

The right of the authors is non-waivable, so any contractual provision to the contrary is superseded irrespective of academic publishers' policies.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loi_pour_une_R%C3%A9publique_num%C3%A9rique
https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/jorf/id/JORFTEXT000033202746/

Self-archiving (of the manuscript approved for publication) is then possible for all authors after 6 or 12 months from the publication.

How to open (my) science?

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Opening my publications

Use digital repositories (HAL, or another one) to disseminate your research

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https://101innovations.wordpress.com/workflows/

Opening my tools

Use non-proprietary software to ensure replicability and interoperability

How to open (my) science?

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Opening my tools

How to open (my) science?

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- by learning all about the various dimensions of Open Science :)
- by making my research process transparent from the very beginning - if I can.
- by sharing my data and methods to make my research reproductible.
- by learning my rights regarding publication and using them to disseminate my articles.
- by using open-source software to produce my research - if I can.

Thank you for your attention :)
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