Scholarly Kitchen Article No Mention of Dataverse

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Sherry Lake

Oct 2, 2019, 9:34:04 AM10/2/19
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Interesting article on "Research Data Sharing Business Landscape" from Scholarly Kitchen. NO mention of Dataverse!

Looks like the angle is on cost models, but that's what makes Dataverse so wonderful - cost-less model and a real Community.

Maybe some "official" comments from Dataverse/IQSS to Ithaka S+R about what was left out of the conversation?


Danny Brooke

Oct 2, 2019, 2:25:55 PM10/2/19
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Thanks Sherry for sharing. I'm happy to see that Philipp responded in the comment section and provided some examples of different Dataverse installations and mentioned the Dataverse community. :) Thanks Philipp!   

Philipp at UiT

Oct 3, 2019, 7:37:41 AM10/3/19
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I may also mention that we have got an invitation to answer a survey aiming at exploring the impact of research data sharing and the barriers to track and expose metrics via repositories. The survey is part of a PhD project by Nushrat Khan, Statistical Cybermetrics Research Group, University of Wolverhampton, Research Data Librarian, Library, University of Bath, Email-address:

One of the questions was "Which technical framework do you use for your repository?" The drop-down menu listed several alternatives including DSpace and Eprints, but not Dataverse. So we had to choose Other and specify Dataverse. I commented that we were somewhat puzzled that Dataverse is not listed. DSpace and Eprints are NOT designed for archiving research DATA, but so is Dataverse.

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