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Open Science Framework: Supporting the research worflow

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  1. Open Science Framework:Supporting the research worflow Brian Nosek University of Virginia

  2. Improving science with openness Top-down – fast, but narrow • Funders: levers only for grantee projects • Journals: only at point of publication Bottom-up – slow, but comprehensive • Researcher’s entire workflow part of the cumulative record • Leverage norms rather than requirements

  3. Opening the research workflow Registration is one piece

  4. Open Science Framework (OSF) Web app and tools for collaborating, documenting, archiving, sharing, and registering science Respect workflow • Robust to different workflows • Integrate private and public workflows Incentivize openness • Support top-down and bottom-up incentivization

  5. Registration Existing solutions are: • Discipline specific • Appended to the workflow • Constrained to a point in time • Content restrictive OSF registration is none of those. Instead: • Templating • Integrated in the workflow • Any time, any frequency • Registers everything

  6. Open Science Framework OSF Demo Collaborator and Lead Developer: Jeff Spies

  7. Open Science Framework (OSF) • For collaboration, documentation, archiving, sharing, registration • Integrates components of workflow • Replaces ad hoc archiving with shared solution • Merges private and public workflows • Integrates top-down and bottom-up solutions • Breaks disciplinary silos • Connects infrastructure

  8. Set up your OSF account http://openscienceframework.org/

  9. The Sell How can you get credit for doing good science? Stick versus Carrot