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Empirische Belege für Open Science: Neue Studie mit CORe veröffentlicht

Lasser J, Schneider J, Lösch T et al. MapOSR - A mapping review dataset of empirical studies on Open Science [version 1; peer review: awaiting peer review]. F1000Research 2022, 11:535 (https://doi.org/10.12688/f1000research.121665.1)

News vom 19.05.2022

Die Pre-Peer Review Fassung der Studie ist ab sofort frei zugänglich auf F1000 verfügbar: https://f1000research.com/articles/11-535/v1.


Research that investigates respective researchers’ engagement in Open Science varies widely in the topics addressed, methods employed, and disciplines investigated, which makes it difficult to integrate and compare its results. To investigate current outcomes of Open Science research, and to get a better understanding on well-researched topics and research gaps, we aimed at providing an openly accessible overview of empirical studies that focus on different aspects of Open Science in different scientific disciplines, academic groups and geographical regions. In this paper, we describe a data set of studies about Open Science practices retrieved following a PRISMA approach to compile a literature review. We included studies from the Scopus and Web of Science databases with keywords relating to Open Science between the years 2000 and 2020, as well as a snowball search for relevant articles. Studies that did not investigate any aspect of Open Science, or weren’t peer-reviewed were excluded, resulting in a total of 695 remaining studies.The data set was collaboratively annotated to ensure intercoder reliability of the coded data.

Das Projekt hat Stefan Skupien (Koordinator für Open Science) 2020 mit Kolleg*innen aus Deutschland und Österreich initiiert. Mehr Informationen und die Daten finden Sie hier: https://zenodo.org/record/6491891

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