Sharing Data in the Sciences

If you’re interested in learning more about how data can be shared, particularly between the producers, managers, and users of data, check out the most recent issue of the Data Science Journal.  Devan Donaldson (assistant professor at Indiana University and specialist in digital curation), Thomas Proffen (director of the Neutron Data Analysis and Visualization Division in the Neutron Sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and I wrote an article about current data practices for this government sponsored science facility.

The article is titled “Understanding Perspectives on Sharing Neutron Data at Oak Ridge National Laboratory” and you can read it by clicking on the link.  Thanks to both Prof. Donaldson and to Dr. Proffen for the opportunity to work on this.

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