Scientific data were among the first sorts of information to be generated in digital form, and some data archives have been preserving such data for nearly a century. And access to scientific data is fundamental for scientific progress, and for transparency in public policy based on scientific evidence. Nonetheless treatment of data is wildly inconsistent across institutions and fields, and wide gaps remain between systems and practices for data creation, dissemination, preservation, and scholarly publication. This presentation will focus on existing and emerging legal and institutional models for preservation and dissemination of scientific data.
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