Open notebook science/External Links

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Open notebook science [r]: The practice of keeping a research notebook in public by means of Web 2.0. [e]

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General

Provides an introductory overview of Open notebook science, focused on its practitioners. Covers the possibility of being scooped and exposes the benefits of open research in most of its variants: open science, open data, open access, open source.
A lively discussion of the article is here, which broadens the subject to a comparison of open research and open journalism. Participants: The author, her editor, scientists, educators and patient advocates.

Practitioners of Open Notebook Science

Active

Experimental

Jean-Claude Bradley (notebook)

Cameron Neylon (notebook)

Open Notebook Science Challenge (notebook)

Raf Aerts (notebook)

Alejandro Tamayo (Fruit Computer Laboratory notebook, blog)

Mike Lawrence (notebook)

Andy Maloney (notebook, table of contents), Physics Ph.D. student in KochLab at the University of New Mexico.

Anthony Salvagno (notebook), Physics Ph.D. student in KochLab at the University of New Mexico.

Larry Herskowitz (notebook), Physics Ph.D. student in KochLab at the University of New Mexico.

Theoretical

Tobias J. Osborne (notebook)

Stephen McIntyre (notebook on climate change)

Carl Boettiger, Theory and computational modeling. (Stochastic population dynamics, code on Google and comparative phylogenetics.)

Archived

Jeremiah Faith (notebook archived April 15, 2008)

Human/Swine A/H1N1 Influenza Origins and Evolution

Linh Le (Notebook), undergraduate physics major and alumnus of KochLab at the University of New Mexico.

Brigette Black (notebook), Physics Ph.D. student in KochLab at the University of New Mexico.

Recurrent (Educational)

Junior Physics Lab (307L) at The University of New Mexico

Partial/Pseudo[1] Open Notebooks

These are initiatives more open than traditional laboratory notebooks but lacking a key component for full Open Notebook Science. Usually either the notebook is only partially shared or shared with significant delay.

Vinod Scaria (notebook(needs login))

OpenWetWare (hosts many laboratories and allows for selective sharing of information related to each research group)

Caleb Morse (notebook)

Gus Rosania (notebook)

Antony Garrett Lisi (notebook)

Steve Koch (notebook), Principal Investigator of KochLab at the University of New Mexico. (Notebook is completely open, but some lab activities such as grant writing are not in notebook.)

Rosie Redfield (research blog), microbiologist at the University of British Columbia; all results discussed but raw experimental notebook is not exposed.

The Open Source Science Project (Homepage) (no lab notebooks appear to be available without login)

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