Curious about all the recent attention on research integrity, transparency, and reproducibility? Recent examples from the AAAS (http://bit.ly/1ke1At0) and The Economist (econ.st/18qNQ59) highlight the issue.
The Center for Open Science (centerforopenscience.org/) is a non-profit tech startup in Charlottesville, VA, funded specifically to work on improving the alignment between scientific values and scientific practices. In this webinar, Andrew Sallans covers the main mission and work areas of COS and introduce attendees to the Open Science Framework (osf.io/), a free, open source platform developed by COS for research data management and connection of the scientific workflow. As a 100% free, open source tool, the OSF comes with features like automated versioning, file sharing, backups, citation, and connection to tools and services already used in the day-to-day research workflow.