Increasing Research Transparency Using the Open Science Framework
The Open Science Framework (OSF) provides free and open source project management support for researchers across the entire research lifecycle. As a collaboration tool, the OSF helps researchers work on projects privately with a limited number of collaborators and make parts of their projects public, or make all the project publicly accessible for broader dissemination. As a workflow system, the OSF enables connections to the many services researchers already use to streamline their process and increase efficiency. As a flexible repository, it can store and archive research data, protocols, and materials.
- Overview of the challenges confronting researchers
- Overview of Center for Open Science and our work
- Overview of the OSF and how it can be used to begin addressing challenges
- Some examples
- Q & A.
Jennifer Freeman Smith, Center for Open Science | Increasing Research Transparency using the Open Science Framework
DAY 3 - 14:00 PARALLEL SESSION 8
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Open Science, repositories, reproducibility, transparency