Synergistic sharing of data and tools to enable team science

Ross Mounce, Daniel Janies

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Abstract

Our goals are to compare and contrast examples of workflow efforts in the context of team science that have been heavily funded by governments (i.e., infectious disease genomics) with efforts that have been supported more by enthusiastic individual scientists (i.e., paleontology). We present lessons learned from these examples in terms of interoperability, agility, data sharing, metrics for scientific impact, and openness. In conclusion, we make suggestions for progress in synergistic sharing to enable team science.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationComputation for Humanity: Information Technology to Advance Society
EditorsJustyna Zander, Pieter J. Mosterman
PublisherCRC Press
Pages437-447
Number of pages11
ISBN (Print)1439883270
Publication statusPublished - 29 Nov 2013

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Mounce, R., & Janies, D. (2013). Synergistic sharing of data and tools to enable team science. In J. Zander, & P. J. Mosterman (Eds.), Computation for Humanity: Information Technology to Advance Society (pp. 437-447). CRC Press.

Synergistic sharing of data and tools to enable team science. / Mounce, Ross; Janies, Daniel.

Computation for Humanity: Information Technology to Advance Society. ed. / Justyna Zander; Pieter J. Mosterman. CRC Press, 2013. p. 437-447.

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Mounce, R & Janies, D 2013, Synergistic sharing of data and tools to enable team science. in J Zander & PJ Mosterman (eds), Computation for Humanity: Information Technology to Advance Society. CRC Press, pp. 437-447.
Mounce R, Janies D. Synergistic sharing of data and tools to enable team science. In Zander J, Mosterman PJ, editors, Computation for Humanity: Information Technology to Advance Society. CRC Press. 2013. p. 437-447
Mounce, Ross ; Janies, Daniel. / Synergistic sharing of data and tools to enable team science. Computation for Humanity: Information Technology to Advance Society. editor / Justyna Zander ; Pieter J. Mosterman. CRC Press, 2013. pp. 437-447
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