📜 TLDR: Extreme Summarization of Scientific Documents
We introduce TLDR generation, a new form of extreme summarization, for scientific papers. TLDR generation involves high source compression and requires expert background knowledge and understanding of complex domain-specific language. To facilitate study on this task, we introduce SciTLDR, a new multi-target dataset of 5.4K TLDRs over 3.2K papers. …
Imagine a world where universities are ranked by their willingness to openly share knowledge and collaborate.
The Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative (COKI) aims to move higher education incentives towards open.
🖥️ Threats of a Replication Crisis in Empirical Computer Science
"While computer science research has increased its use of experimental methods, the scientific community's faith in these methods has been eroded in several areas, leading to a 'replication crisis' in which experimental results cannot be reproduced and published findings are mistrusted. [...]"
Long shot, but one of my fiends / ex-colleague is in limbo regarding jobs, she is awesome at @rstats and anything related to #OpenScience, #FAIRData, image analysis and processing, and #bioinformatics. If you hear about anything in and around #Meanjin / #Brisbane, or remote, please let me know.
Why are Amnesty International monitors not able to observe the Assange hearing?
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Creative Commons Is Now Leading the Open COVID Pledge — Here’s What That Means
Earlier this year, CC joined forces with an international group of #researchers, #scientists, #academics, and lawyers seeking to accelerate the development of diagnostics, vaccines, therapeutics, medical […]
"The great question for our time is, how to make sure that the continuing scientific revolution brings benefits to everybody rather than widening the gap between rich and poor."
— Freeman Dyson
(† 28. Februar 2020)
🐦 RT: @CODATANews@twitter.com
Webinar on writing an article with excellent supporting data
This presentation will introduce ways to interconnect your article and data in ways that make them most readily understood and useful by others.
Topics include, how to:
· prepare data for presentation
· ensure data is well stewarded
· provide fair credit/access through citation.
"If you are in academia, share your publications, share your teaching materials, share your code, share your data, share your time. If you have the opportunity, please help to facilitate more open exchange of talent and of knowledge."
RT @DevilleSy@twitter.com: When you try to replicate an experiment but some methods are missing from the original paper
Apple crushes one-man repair shop in Norway’s Supreme Court. This is terrible, we can't allow huge companies to block third parties from repairing their devices! All it does is waste resources, patronize consumers and stifle competition. https://repair.eu/news/apple-crushes-one-man-repair-shop/ #right2repair
🐦 RT: @Immunopole@twitter.com
#OpenScience at work: using genomic data collected from thousands of samples, @nextstrain
reconstructs & visualizes the chronology & spatial distribution of the #Covid19 pandemic https://nextstrain.org/
🇫🇷 In French, re-read @email@example.com
📄 Four recommendations for improving preprint metadata
This blog post is inspired by our four part series documenting the methodological challenges we faced during our project investigating preprint growth and uptake.
By Mario Malički and Juan Pablo Alperin
Our newest preprint on dopaminergic fMRI mapping in the mouse:
The source code is public ( https://bitbucket.org/TheChymera/opfvta ) and contains volumetric maps in NIfTI format registered to a standard space. You can just download and reuse them!
🎉🎈 Mastodon.Social has just welcomed its 500.000th user 🎂
At this 🌟special🌟 #milestone I would like to thank everyone in the #fediverse for the numerous interesting posts, the wonderful time and the untiring voluntary #community contributions that make it all possible.❤️
Science must be opened — because science opens everything else! Sapere aude!
Boosts are most welcome 👍
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!