400+ Tools and innovations in scholarly communication
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http://bit.ly/innoscholcomm-list400+ Tools and innovations in scholarly communication
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web-based tools a researcher can use
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authors:Bianca Kramer & Jeroen Bosman (and you?)
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contact:@MsPhelps & @JeroenBosman, both at Utrecht University Library
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url:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KUMSeq_Pzp4KveZ7pb5rddcssk1XBTiLHniD0d3nDqo
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friendly url:http://bit.ly/innoscholcomm-list
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related to poster:http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1286826
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part of project:https://101innovations.wordpress.com/
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background:This is a shared database that grew out of the "101 innovations in scholarly communication" project. When we published the 101 list of selected innovations our database already contained some 200 innovations/tools. The 101 selection was strictly on innovativeness and thus did not contain recent tools if they where not innovative compared to older ones with the same functionality, even if the more recent ones were more popular or well-known. The database shared here has dropped that strict innovativeness criterion and thus contains multiple tools offering basically the same functionality. The masterfile that this database is derived from is still being worked on. Additional fields may become available here in a later stage.
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how to use:The second worksheet tab of this file contains data on over 600 tools and innovations in scholarly communication. You can find tools by workflow phase (see also below) and find some details on each of the tools. You are also warmly invited to add tools or give suggestions/corrections/updates for field values. Please use the *green* user input columns and leave the data itself as it is. When adding, you are welcome to leave your name, but it is not required. Please do not sort/hide/move rows or columns. If you need to do that, please make your own copy of the worksheet to work on.
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publication date:20150301, last updated 20170209
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availability:20150301 through at least 20151231; from 20160101 until transfer to a more permanent open and free home
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license:CC-BY 4.0
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current inclusion criteria:is end-user tool; is aimed at or working on scholarly information; is web-based; is multidisciplinary or targets broad fields
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current exclusion criteria:is software/app/browser extension that has to be installed; is a standard or programming language; is field specific tool that can not easily be applied in other fields or scaled to work for other fields; has active use limited to certain groups e.g. institutional repositories
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variables:ID, NAME, URL, WEBLAUNCHYEAR, PRIMEPHASEALPHA, PRIMEPHASENUMBER, FUNCTIONFREE, FUNCTIONCONTROLLLED, GEOCATEGORY, FIELDUSE_AH, FIELDUSE_SS, FIELDUSE_LF, FIELDUSE_PT, TWITTERACCOUNT, TWITTERFOLLOW_20150301, ACTIVEDIS, ACTIVEANA, ACTIVEWRI, ACTIVEPUB, ACTIVEOUT, ACTIVEASS, UI_REMARKS
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ID =identification number
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NAME =name of the tool
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URL =link to homepage of tool website
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WEBLAUNCHYEAR =date/year of launch on web, when absent date/year of founding/creation
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PRIMEPHASEALPHA =primary workflow phase name that the tool addresses (out of 30, see below )
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PRIMEPHASENUMBER =primary workflow phase number that the tool addresses (out of 30, see below )
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FUNCTIONFREE =description of what the tool is or does
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UI_FUNCTIONFREE =user input on: description of what the tool is or does
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FUNCTIONCONTROLLED =description of what the tool is or does (controlled)
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GEOCATEGORY =effect of tool on scholarly communication: whether it makes that more (O)pen, E(fficient) or G(ood), where "Good" means "reproducible" or "fair"
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UI_GEOCATEGORY =user input on: effect of tool on scholarly communication: whether it makes that more (O)pen, E(fficient) or G(ood), where "Good" means "reproducible" or "fair"
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UI_FIELDUSE_AH =used or can be used in Arts & Humanities (user input field)
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UI_FIELDUSE_SS =used or can be used in Social Sciences (including law/economics) (user input field)
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UI_FIELDUSE_LF =used or can be used in Life Sciences (user input field)
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UI_FIELDUSE_PT =used or can be used in Physical Sciences & Technology (user input field)
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TWITTERACCOUNT =link to Twitter profile
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TWITTERFOLLOW =number of Twitter followers
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ACTIVEPRE =usability in preparation phase of research workflow
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ACTIVEDIS =usability in discovery phase of research workflow
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ACTIVEANA =usability in analysis phase of research workflow
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ACTIVEWRI =usability in writing phase of research workflow
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ACTIVEPUB =usability in publication pase of research workflow
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ACTIVEOUT =usability in outreach phase of research workflow
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ACTIVEASS =usability in assessment phase of research workflow
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UI_REMARKS =remarks (user input field)
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research phase numberresearch phases (30)
research phases (7)
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0project managementpreparation
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1crowdsource/define research priorities/ideas/collaborations
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2fund / get contract
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3search (lit/data/patents/code)discovery
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4get access
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5get alerts / get (reading) recommendations
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6reference management
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7read / view
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8annotate/tag (during/after reading)
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9experiment & collect/mine/extract dataanalysis
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10share notebooks / protocols / workflows
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11analyze
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12visualizewriting
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13write (+ code)
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14cite
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15translate
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16archive/share codepublication
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17archive/share data / video
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18archive/share publications
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19archive/share posters
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20archive/share presentations
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21present research findings
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22peer review and comment/recommend (pre-pub)
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23select journal to submit to
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24publish
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25outreach/valorizationoutreach
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26researcher profiling (& social network)
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27commentassessment
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28peer review (post-pub)
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29measure impact (of output, e.g. article)
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30assessment (of researcher/research group)
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creators + titlelink
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apart from our own explorations we have used these invaluable tool lists and resources; each has its seperate value and we encourage you to visit themCrouzier: Connect Researcher - digital Tools for researchershttp://connectedresearchers.com/online-tools-for-researchers/
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Dirt Directory: Dirt Directory Digital research Toolshttp://dirtdirectory.org/
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Ebermann: Data Stackhttps://blog.liip.ch/archive/2017/02/13/data-stack.html
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Force11: Force11 Resource and Tool Cataloghttps://www.force11.org/catalog
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LabWorm: toolshttps://labworm.com/discover
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Martyn Rittman: Research preprints: server listhttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17RgfuQcGJHKSsSJwZZn0oiXAnimZu2sZsWp8Z6ZaYYo/edit#gid=0
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Research Stashhttps://researchstash.com/
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SciCrunch: resourceshttps://scicrunch.org/browse/resourcedashboard
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Tennant & Mounce: Open Glossaryhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1-6ZokH_dyeMYB5vXJNgSnzu6EtWtKrvgpB8nNHfZynU
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Wikipedia: Comparison of research networking tools and research profiling systemshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_research_networking_tools_and_research_profiling_systems
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