A scientist’s achievements are often measured in terms of the number of papers they publish (productivity) and how many citations those papers get (impact). These ‘bibliometric indicators’ are widely derided but they have proven remarkably stubborn....
Open source's free licensing does not drive inequality. Corporate's lack of support for open source does drive inequality.
Jon TennantOpen source has not failed. Don't cover up corporate abuse of open source. Strong parallels here with open access/science, which folks like @RickyPo who loves to blame OA advocates, should read
michael_nielsenOpen access is often argued about in the abstract. I want to talk about a specific case study where I have detailed data - usage patterns for my (open access) online book/monograph "Neural Networks and Deep Learning"
Open data leads to better science, but overcoming the barriers to widespread publication and availability of open scientific data requires a community effort. The Open Knowledge Foundation Open Data in Science Working Group describes their role in...
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