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Resource Data Management

BMJV. „Verordnung über die Anwendung der Guten Klinischen Praxis bei der Durchführung von klinischen Prüfungen mit Arzneimitteln zur Anwendung an Menschen.“ Last accessed 03.11.2020,

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DARIAH-DE. „Digitale Forschungsinfrastruktur für die Geistes- und Kulturwissenschaften.“, last accessed 21.09.2020.

DARIAH-DE, “Forschungsdaten” (research data),, last accessed 26.08.2020.

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. „DFG Guidelines on the Handling of Research Data.“ DFG, 2015., Last accessed 03.11.2020..

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Elsevier. „Sharing research data.“,, Last accessed 03.11.2020.

European Commission, H2020 Programme. “Guidelines on FAIR Data Management in Horizon 2020.” Version 3.0. , Last accessed 03.11.2020.

European Commission, H2020 Programme. “Guidelines on FAIR Data Management in Horizon 2020.” Version 3.0.,, Last accessed 07.10.2020.

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. „Leitlinien zum Umgang mit Forschungsdaten.” ,, Last accessed 28.07.2020.

Hiemenz, Bea M. and Monika Kuberek: „Leitlinie? Grandsätze? Policy? Richtlinie? – Forschungsdaten-Policies an deutschen Universitäten.“ o-bib 5,2 (2018): pp. 1-13.

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. „Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Research Data Management Policy.“ Berlin, 2014., Last accessed 03.11.2020.

Kindling, Maxi and Peter Schirmbacher. “Die digitale Forschungswelt‘ als Gegenstand der Forschung.“ Information – Wissenschaft & Praxis 64 (2013): pp. 127-136, p. 130. (transl. Maik Bierwirth)

List of research data policies by German universities and colleges: „Data Policies“. Last accessed 28.07.2020.

Louise Corti, Veerle Van den Eynden, Libby Bishop and Matthew Woollard: Managing and Sharing Research Data: A Guide to Good Practice. Los Angeles, CA: SAGE, 2014.

Meyermann, Alexia: „Datenmanagement – Eine zentrale Voraussetzung für den Erfolg der Data Sharing-Idee in den Sozialwissenschaften.“ DSZ-BO Working Paper Series 2,7 (2012). (transl.Maik Bierwirth), Last Accessed 27.10.2020.

Nosek, Brian A., George Alter, George C. Banks, Denny Borsboom, Sara D. Bowman, Steven J. Breckler, Stuart Buck et al.: „Promoting an open research culture.” Science 348, 6242 (2015): pp. 1422–1425.

Piwowar, Heather, Roger S. Day and Douglas B. Fridsma: Sharing detailed research data is associated with increased citation rate. PloS one, 2,3, e308 (2007).

RDA Interest Group Active Data Management Plans., Last accessed 12.06.2020.

Springer Nature. „Research Data Policies.“, Last accessed 16.01.2019,

UK Data Service. „Research data lifecycle.“, Accessed on 18.05.2018.

Verband Forschungsdaten Bildung. „Checklist zur Erstellung eines Datenmanagementplans in der empirischen Bildungsforschung.“ Version 1.1. fdbinfo Nr. 2 (2015)., Last accessed 26.02.2019.

VolkswagenStiftung. „Information Open Access – Open Data – Open Source.”, Last accessed 09.07.2020,

Wiley. „Sharing and Citing your Research Data.”, Last accessed 03.11.2020.

Open Reproducible Research

Last access of all URLs: 11th April 2021.

Alston, J. & Rick, J. (2020). A Beginner’s Guide to Conducting Reproducible Research.

Baker, M. (2016). 1,500 scientists lift the lid on reproducibility. Nature 533, 452–454.

Binder (2017). User guide – Get started.

Brinckman, A. et al. (2019). Computing environments for reproducibility: Capturing the “Whole Tale.” Future Generation Computer Systems, 94, 854–867.

Buckheit, J.B. & Donoho, D.L. (1995). WaveLab and Reproducible Research. Lecture Notes in Statistics, 55–81.

Chawla, D. S. (2020) Critiqued coronavirus simulation gets thumbs up from code-checking efforts Nature 582, 323-324.

Culina, A., van den Berg, I., Evans, S., Sánchez-Tójar, A. (2020) Low availability of code in ecology: A call for urgent action. PLOS Biology 18(7): e3000763.

Davies, N. G., Kucharski, A. J., Eggo, R. M., Gimma, A., Edmunds, W. J., Jombart, T., … & Liu, Y. (2020). Effects of non-pharmaceutical interventions on COVID-19 cases, deaths, and demand for hospital services in the UK: a modelling study. The Lancet Public Health, 5(7), e375-e385.

Gil, Y., David, C. H., Demir, I., Essawy, B. T., Fulweiler, R. W., Goodall, J. L., … & Yu, X. (2016). Toward the Geoscience Paper of the Future: Best practices for documenting and sharing research from data to software to provenance. Earth and Space Science, 3(10), 388–415.

GitHub. Choose an open source license.

Eglen, S. J. (2020). CODECHECK certificate 2020-008. Zenodo.

Goodman, S. N., Fanelli, D. & Ioannidis, J.P.A. (2016). What does research reproducibility mean? Science Translational Medicine, 8(341).

Hasselbring, W., Carr, L., Hettrick, S., Packer, H. & Tiropanis, T. (2020). Open Source Research Software. Computer, 53, 8, 84-88.

Hettne, K., Proppert, R., Nab, L., Rojas-Saunero, L. P., & Gawehns, D. (2020).

ReprohackNL 2019: how libraries can promote research reproducibility through community engagement. IASSIST Quarterly, 44(1-2), 1–10.

Hutson, M. (2018). Artificial intelligence faces reproducibility crisis. Science, 359(6377), 725–726.

Katz, D. S., Gruenpeter, M. & Honeyman, T. (2021). Taking a Fresh Look at FAIR for Research Software. Patterns 2, 3.

Konkol, M., Kray, C., & Pfeiffer, M. (2018). Computational reproducibility in geoscientific papers: Insights from a series of studies with geoscientists and a reproduction study. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 33:2, 408-429.

Konkol, M., Nüst, D. & Goulier, L. (2020). Publishing computational research – a review of infrastructures for reproducible and transparent scholarly communication. Res Integr Peer Rev 5, 10.

Krishnamurthi, S. & Vitek, J. (2015). The real software crisis: repeatability as a core value. Commun. ACM 58, 3, 34–36.

Lasser, J. (2020). Creating an executable paper is a journey through Open Science. Commun Phys 3, 143.

Lewis, L.M. et al., 2018. Replication Study: Transcriptional amplification in tumor cells with elevated c-Myc. eLife, 7. <Available at:>.

Makowski, D. (2018). How to Cite Packages. R-bloggers.

Markowetz, F. (2015). Five selfish reasons to work reproducibly. Genome Biol 16, 274.

Marwick, B. (2015). How computers broke science – and what we can do to fix it. The Conversation.

McKiernan, E.C. et al. (2016). Author response: How open science helps researchers succeed.

Nature Human Behavior. Supporting computational reproducibility through code review. Nat Hum Behav 5, 965–966 (2021).

Nüst, D., Ostermann, F. O., Sileryte, R., Hofer, B., Granell, C., Teperek, M., … Wang, Y. (2021). AGILE Reproducible Paper Guidelines.

Nüst et al. (2017). Opening the Publication Process with Executable Research Compendia. D-Lib Magazine.

Nüst, D. & Eglen S. J. CODECHECK: an Open Science initiative for the independent execution of computations underlying research articles during peer review to improve reproducibility. F1000Research 2021, 10:253.

Open Source Initiative.

Peng, R.D. (2011). Reproducible Research in Computational Science. Science, 334(6060), 1226–1227.

Quintana, D. S. (2020, December 5). Five things about open and reproducible science that every early career researcher should know.

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Sandve, G. K., Nekrutenko, A., Taylor, J., Hovig, E. (2013). Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research. PLoS Comput Biol 9(10): e1003285.

Stark, P. B. (2018). Before reproducibility must come preproducibility. Nature, 557(7707), 613–613.

Stodden, V., McNutt, M., Bailey, D. H., Deelman, E., Gil, Y., Hanson, B., … & Taufer, M. (2016). Enhancing reproducibility for computational methods. Science, 354(6317), 1240–1241.

The Carpentries (2022). Version Control with Git.

The Jupyter Book Community. UC Berkeley Data Science Modules.

The Royal Society. Philosophical Transactions: 350 years of publishing at the Royal Society (1665 – 2015).

The Turing Way Community, Arnold, B., Bowler, L., Gibson, S., Herterich, P., Higman, R. … & Whitaker, K. (2019). The Turing Way: A Handbook for Reproducible Data Science. Zenodo.

Open Data

Resources on Open Data: Last access of all URLs: 17th November, 2021.

Austin, C. C., Brown, S., Fong, N., Humphrey, C., Leahey, A., & Webster, P. (2016). Research Data Repositories: Review of Current Features, Gap Analysis, and Recommendations for Minimum Requirements. IASSIST Quarterly, 39(4), 24.

Banda, J. M., Tekumalla, R., Wang, G., Yu, J., Liu, T., Ding, Y., Artemova, K., Tutubalina, E., & Chowell, G. (2021). A large-scale COVID-19 Twitter chatter dataset for open scientific research – an international collaboration [Data set]. Epidemiologia, 2(3).

Berenbaum, M. R. (2021). Editorial Expression of Concern. PNAS, 118(24).

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (2021). Open Access Policy.

Braak, P., Jonge, H., Trentacosti, G., Verhagen, I. & Woutersen-Windhouwer, S. (2020). Guide to Creative Commons for Scholarly Publications and Educational Resources.

Core Trust Seal (2022).

DANS (2022). File Formats.

DFG (2021). Checklist Regarding the Handling of Research Data.

European Commission. What is open research data?

European Commission. Open Research Europe – Data Guidelines.

Science, Digital; Simons, N., Goodey, G., Hardeman, M., Clare, C., Gonzales, S., et al. (2021). The State of Open Data 2021. Digital Science.

Funk, C. (2021). Trust and the Science-Policy-Society Interface. Pew Research Center.

GitHub. Choose an open source license.

Gonzalez-Beltran, A. (2018). Interact to Interoperate. Software Sustainability Institute.

Higman, R., Bangert, D., & Jones, S. (2019). Three camps, one destination: the intersections of research data management, FAIR and Open. Insights, 32(1).

Hrynaszkiewicz, I. & Cockerill, M. (2012). Open by default: a proposed copyright license and waiver agreement for open access research and data in peer-reviewed journals, BMC Res Notes, 5(494).

Hufton, A. L. (2022). Dispelling common data sharing myths.

Hessels, L. K., Koens, L., & Diederen, P. (2021). Perspectives on the future of Open Science. Effects of global variation in open science practices on the European research system.

Labastida, I. & Margoni, T. (2020). Licensing FAIR Data for Reuse. Data Intelligence, 2(1-2).

Lin, D., Crabtree, J., Dillo, I. et al. (2020). The TRUST Principles for digital repositories. Scientific Data, 7(144).

López de San Román, A. (2021). Recent developments in the EC policy on Open Science. Max Planck Digital Library.

Miyakawa, T. (2020). No raw data, no science: another possible source of the reproducibility crisis. Molecular Brain, 13(24).

Nosek, B. A., Alter, G., Banks, G. C., Borsboom, D., Bowman, S. D., Breckler, S. J., … DeHaven, A. C. (2016). Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines. Science, 348(6242)

OpenAIRE (2017). What is open research data?

OpenAIRE. How to find a trustworthy repository for your data.

Open Knowledge Foundation. Open Data Handbook.

Peiffer-Smadja, N., Maatoug, R., Lescure, FX. et al. (2020). Machine Learning for COVID-19 needs global collaboration and data-sharing. Nature Machine Intelligence, 2(293–294). Registry of Research Data Repositories.

Research Data Alliance International Indigenous Data Sovereignty Interest Group (2019). CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance. The Global Indigenous Data Alliance.

Schmidt, B. (2021). Keynote by Brian Schmidt at the Opening Ceremony of #LINO19 – Big Questions for Society, Big Questions for Research.

Schönbrodt, F. D., Mellor, D. T., Bergmann, C., Penfold, N., Westwood, S. J., Lautarescu, A., … Tananbaum, G. (2021). Academic job offers that mentioned open science.

Sheehan, J. (2016). Increasing Access to the Results of Federally Funded Science. The White House.

Theobald, A. Introduction to Creative Commons Licenses.

Traynor, C., Foster, L., & Schonwetter, T. (2019). Fieldnotes on Tensions Related to Openness in Researching Indigenous Peoples Knowledge Systems and Intellectual Property Rights. Contextualizing Openness.

UK Research and Innovation (2021). Publishing your research findings.

UNESCO (2021). UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science.

United Nations, Sustainable Development Goals.

University of Cambridge. Research data – Looking after and sharing your data.

University of Leeds. Research data management explained – What is research data?

Vines, T. H., Albert, A. Y., Andrew, R. L., Débarre, F., Bock, D. G., Franklin, M. T., … & Rennison, D. J. (2014). The availability of research data declines rapidly with article age. Current biology, 24(1).

Wilkinson, M., Dumontier, M., Aalbersberg, I. et al. (2016). The FAIR Guiding Principles for scientific data management and stewardship. Scientific Data 3, 160018.

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