Free online CHORUS Forum on Data Citation Metrics

Registration is now open for the next CHORUS Forum: ARE WE READY FOR DATA CITATION METRICS? The free online meeting will take place on October 28, 2021 @ 11 AM – 1 PM EDT Scholarly data has become one of the most important components of Open Science, and governments and funders are requiring that researchers […]

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Show US the Data Conference

We are delighted to invite you to the “Show US the Data Conference” on October 20th 10:00 – 12:00pm (EDT) jointly coordinated by the Coleridge Initiative and CHORUS. This virtual conference is intended to bring together a wide diversity of public data users and producers – researchers, academic institutions, publishers and federal agencies – to learn how […]

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SAVE THE DATE

CHORUS FORUM: Are We Ready for Data Citation Metrics? October 28, 2021 @ 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM EDT – Free online meeting #CHORUSForum Scholarly data has become one of the most important components of Open Science. Governments and funders are mandating that researchers deposit their data in repositories and supply supporting metadata. This extra […]

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AI Makes Data an Asset

The Coleridge Initiative work to leverage artificial intelligence to demonstrate the value of federal data as a strategic asset was featured in SPARC news yesterday. CHORUS partnered with the Coleridge Initiative to provide a content set for their recent Kaggle data science competition to develop algorithms to automate the search and discovery of references to […]

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CHORUS FORUM: Fair Data from funding to publication at JOSS 2021

Around 130 participants came together to join the CHORUS Forum at the Japan Open Science Summit (JOSS) on 18th June, timed in the morning for the panelists from Japan and the evening for those from the USA. Most of the delegates came from Japan, but they were supplemented by a few from elsewhere including Australia, […]

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CHORUS Forum recap: What infrastructure is needed to make open research work?

The third CHORUS Forum included a lively panel discussion around what infrastructure is needed to make open research work. The session was moderated by Alix Vance, CEO of AIP Publishing and the chair of the Board of Directors of CHORUS, and panel participants represented a diverse set of stakeholder perspectives. Caroline Lynn Kamerlin from Uppsala […]

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Introducing the CHORUS Software Citation Policies Index!

CHORUS aims to accelerate the awareness of Open Science. It is CHORUS’ mission to streamline the process of complying with open access and public access funder mandates. Software is an important and citable product of research and should be cited on the same basis as any other research product such as a paper or a […]

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Coleridge Conference: Value of Science: Data, Products & Use, 23-24 June 2021

Join the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics and the Coleridge Initiative for this two-day conference to advance understanding of the value of data by showcasing new data, products and use resulting from recent NCSES investments. The Value of Science: Data, Products & Use workshop is intended to advance understanding of the value of […]

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CHORUS Remembers Joe Serene

Joseph Serene, Professor Emeritus of Physics at Georgetown University, former Treasurer/Publisher of the American Physical Society, and a founding member of CHORUS, passed away on May 1, 2021. Joe’s broad experience with scientific authors, scholarly publishers, funding agencies, and government were an essential element in launching CHORUS’ initial programs. His CHORUS colleagues remember Joe and […]

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