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lkfitz's bookmarks 2017-06-09


"A paper in PLOS Biology today (June 8) describes Wide-Open—an automated system that scans published papers for references to publically available datasets and determines whether those data are indeed available. The system, which identified hundreds of datasets overdue for public release in one particular functional genomics data repository, has garnered resounding support from researchers, open-science advocates, and database curators alike."


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06/09/2017, 11:52

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06/09/2017, 07:52