What is open research data?
Open research data refers to the data underpinning scientific research results that has no restrictions on its access, enabling anyone to access it.
The indicators chosen are
- availability of data repositories
- policies of research funders and journals
- researchers' attitude towards data sharing
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For more information, see the methodology report.
Number of repositories
This indicator includes the research data repositories included in Re3data.
This indicator covers the types of mandates established by research funders concerning data archiving, as displayed in the Sherpa-Juliet database.
This indicator shows journals' policies on open data, as reported in Vasilevsky, 2017.
Researchers' attitude towards data sharing
This indicator shows how researchers share data and their underlying attitudes, based on the survey for the 2017 report "Open data : The researcher perspective".
There are other indicators to monitor open research data, such as:
You can find here a set of detailed case studies available for download, that will be updated over time.