As the Drive to Share Data Intensifies, Can Standards Keep Up? - The Chronicle of Higher Education

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"Patrick J. Curran struggles with the problem when studying alcoholism in families. Quynh C. Nguyen sees it when analyzing housing-voucher programs. And the Nobel laureate Harold E. Varmus encounters it while developing genomic databases for cancer patients.

Their trouble isn’t with sharing their data — all three professors are eager participants in the open-data revolution.

Instead, the problem is confidently sharing and interpreting data — huge amounts of it — with relevance and accuracy...."


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Tags: oa.privacy oa.quality oa.mining oa.standards

Date tagged:

12/20/2016, 12:09

Date published:

12/20/2016, 07:09