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Research Data Mangement with datorium

Filling a Gap by Developing a Data Sharing Repository at GESIS
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Monika Linne

on 1 June 2013

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Transcript of Research Data Mangement with datorium

What is datorium? Web-based data sharing repository that enables researchers to share, manage, document and publish their data, structured metadata and publications autonomously. This data and all related information will be freely accessible for the scientific community. All uploaded research data will be reviewed and digitally preserved by the Data Archive of GESIS. Current Data Archiving Workflow Active Study Acquisition by GESIS
Data Ingest via Mail, E-Mail (Paper or digitized)
Review and Preparation of data sets according to International Standards
Standard Archiving and, if appropriate Added-Value Archiving
Long-Term Preservation by means of Format Migration Standard Distribution (Zacat, DBK Search, Codebook Explorer, Sowiport, Da|ra, etc.)
Manual Data Maintenance by GESIS Employees
Focus: Archiving of Research Data from bigger, national or international social survey programs with an Emphasis on Longitudinal Studies like ALLBUS, EVS, ISSP, GLES, Eurobarometer, etc. Archiving Workflow with datorium (Phase 1) Archiving Workflow with datorium (Phase 2) Filling a Gap by Developing a Data Sharing Repository at GESIS Majority of data depositors from larger scientific research facilities (budget for data archiving)
Main aspect on longitudinal analysis (but also larger single studies)
Currently 5,100 studies from 2,200 primary researchers and 2,400 institutions preserved at GESIS
Archiving by an average of approximately 170 studies per year The Gap 87,898 research projects funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) since 1999
15,303 from the Humanities and Social Sciences
Around 6,000 new or updated records per year are added to the SOFIS database
SOFIS contains descriptions of planned, on-going and completed research projects (currently 51,585) from the Federal Republic of Germany, from Austria and Switzerland (no research data!)

Tremendous archiving potential of research data Filling a Gap in the portfolio of
GESIS' Services as well as in the
German Scientific Landscape 1. Illustration of the Data Archiving Workflow so far (Identification of the Gap)
2. Illustration of the Data Archiving Workflow with datorium (Filling the Gap) 3. Features of datorium
4. Insight into datorium ...that is the Question Research Data from smaller Projects deposited autonomously by Researchers, like: Single Case Studies
Data from Dissertations/Habilitations
Secondary Data Analysis
Syntax for Generating Replication Data Sets
Data Sets extended by contextual Data
Experimental Data
etc.
Primary Studies
Longitudinal Studies (ALLBUS, EVS, ISSP, Eurobarometer, etc.)
Larger Single Studies
Publications
etc. Successful Establishment of several digital
research data initiatives so far; Data Deposit
predominantly carried out by GESIS o r to share not to share Data Privacy Issues (Considerations about Confidentiality and Security of Data)
Consequence: Partly or even complete Anonymisation of the research data (thereby Re-use of the Data can be very limited)
Loss of Control over the Research Data
Risk of Damage to Researcher Reputation caused by incorrectly carried out Reanalysis
Usage for commercial, profit-making purpose
Less primary research
Countermeasures by GESIS: Data Review to ensure the observance of data protection
Management of Data Access autonomously by the researcher share not share ............that is the Research Data Answer Good Documentation is paramount to effective re-use
Long term preservation of research data and corresponding material
Registering with DOI's for the reliable identification and citation of a research dataset
Using DOIs to enable comprehensive linking of scientific publications with the underlying research data
Increase of research visibility by wide-ranging dissemination possibilities
Raise of received citations
Improvement of reputation
Data sharing and good documentation permits results to be verified and re-purposed for future studies
Support building new research upon prior work
Minimizing the data collection effort
Avoidance of redundant data collection
Collaboratively creating research descriptions within research groups by using datorium as a virtual working environment
Almost immediate publication of research data after a review that ensures high data quality
Fast feedback by the scientific community Why should researchers use datorium to document and share their data? Summarizing datoriums Features and Benefits for:

a) Data Depositors

b) Data Users

c) Scientific community b) Benefits for data users:
Free and fast access to the latest research data
Reusing data for secondary research
Helpful suggestions and motivation for new research
Quality assurance conducted by GESIS
Conducting financially unsupported secondary research at lowest cost a) Benefits for data depositors:
Data Publication free of charge
Increase of research visibility and received citations
Improvement of reputation
Collaboratively creating research descriptions within research groups
Almost immediate publication of research data after a review that ensures high data quality
Fast feedback by the scientific community c) Benefits for the scientific community:
Possibility for cooperation between scientists
Synergistic interactions
Immediate possibility for discussion of research results
Long-term availability and sharing of research results
Increase and facilitation of secondary analysis Research Data from smaller Projects deposited autonomously by Researchers, like: Single Case Studies
Data from Dissertations/Habilitations
Secondary Data Analysis
Syntax for Generating Replication Data Sets
Data Sets extended by contextual Data
Experimental Data
etc.
Primary Studies
Longitudinal Studies (ALLBUS, EVS, ISSP, Eurobarometer, etc.)
Larger Single Studies
Publications
etc. Successful Establishment of several digital
research data initiatives so far; Data Deposit
predominantly carried out by GESIS Researchers have to decide Time to share not share ............that is the Answer or Overview What are the Researchers Concerns? Monika Linne, Gesis - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, 29.05.2013 Research Data Management with datorium http://datorium.gesis.org The Project Team Monika Linne, DAS Reiner Mauer, DAS Wolfgang Zenk-Möltgen, DAS Stefan Müller, DAS Andias Wira-Alam, WTS Natascha Schumann, DAS Metadata Schema Compatibility with the Codebook Standards of the Data Documentation Initiative (DDI 2), da|ra, DataCite and most of the Dublin Core Elements
Four mandatory Properties (Title, Primary Investigator and/or Institution, Year of Publication, access category)
Various optional Properties for Specification
Using controlled Vocabularies of DDI, DataCite, da|ra, DBK, SSOAR, ISO 639 Inside datorium Questions? Thank you!
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