Sinopsis

Colper Science is a podcast about Open Science.

Episodios

  • Episode 15: Scipedia, an innovative open access platform for scholarly communication and publishing

    Episode 15: Scipedia, an innovative open access platform for scholarly communication and publishing

    25/05/2018 Duración: 50min

    In this episode, we interviewed Prof. Julio Garcia-Espinosa, associate professor at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and the co-founder of Scipedia, to know more about Scipedia. Scipedia is an open access platform for scholarly communications and scientific publishing. In this interview we discussed about the different aspects and features of Scipedia, how the researchers can benefit from the platform, its business model, the challenges of the project, and where it want to go in future. Useful links: Scipedia: https://www.scipedia.com/ Prof. Julio Garcia-Espinosa LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/julio-garcia-espinosa-1a570215/ Colper Science Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/colperscience

  • Episode 14B: Open Notebook Science

    Episode 14B: Open Notebook Science

    15/05/2018 Duración: 08min

    Episode 14B: Open Notebook Science by Colper Science

  • Episode 14: Content Mine: scientific literature exploration through text mining

    Episode 14: Content Mine: scientific literature exploration through text mining

    11/04/2018 Duración: 53min

    In this episode, we interviewed [Peter Murray Rust](https://twitter.com/thecontentmine?lang=en), chemist at Cambridge University. Peter is also known for his work and support related to open access and open data, among his projects is the [Content Mine](http://contentmine.org/) software chain about which we talked in this episode. The Content Mine group currently offer and maintain these open source software, but it also offers consulting services to assist individuals or groups interested in the suite of software. Content Mine is a suite of open source software designed to mine and analyze the scientific literature. Three packages are currently offered by the [Content Mine group](https://github.com/ContentMine): getpapers, ami and norma. These 3 packages should allow us to download large sets of papers about a certain subject, normalize the obtained data to better explore it and then start analyzing using basic tools such as word counts and regular expressions. We explored and discussed these packages and h

  • Episode 13B - How you can help Open Science with your citation style

    Episode 13B - How you can help Open Science with your citation style

    04/04/2018 Duración: 06min

    Episode 13B - How you can help Open Science with your citation style by Colper Science

  • Episode 13 - Zenodo: Pioneering Open access and Open data by hosting the worlds research

    Episode 13 - Zenodo: Pioneering Open access and Open data by hosting the world's research

    15/03/2018 Duración: 56min

    In this episode we interviewed [Krzysztof Nowak](https://twitter.com/knlinux), developer for [Zenodo](https://zenodo.org/). We have talked about Zenodo in our 5th episode [Lab Scribbles: Real-time open access science](http://blog.colperscience.com/2017/07/27/lab-scribbles-rachel/) during an interview with Dr. Rachel Harding. Zenodo is a platform funded by CERN and OpenAire. Its purpose is to host experimental and research data, primarily from CERN projects but Zenodo actually welcomes all kinds of datasets, codes, presentations and documents without discrimination. During this interview with Krzysztof, we first started by exploring the history of Zenodo, how it all began, and the challenges Zenodo met during its evolution. We then talked about Zenodo today: number of users, amount of datasets, kind of datasets, most dominant fields of study, etc. We also discussed the links between Zenodo, its values and the Open Science methodology. Finally, we finished the interview by talking about futures plans and chall

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