open data

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open data

Content that can be freely shared by anyone for any purpose. After the Internet became accessible to everyone in the mid-1990s, open data became a major theme due to the ease in which information could be disseminated globally. The vast majority of public information on the Web is open; however, there is a huge amount of information that was copied without permission and published without attribution. See open source and plagiarism.
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He named his new technique Open Notebook Science (ONS), which he explains "is a way of doing science in which--as best as you can--you make all your research freely available to the public, and in real time.
And in the spirit of the open source software movement, he reached out to the wider scientific community in 2008, launching a crowd-sourcing project called the Open Notebook Science Challenge.
In September 2006, you coined the term Open Notebook Science.