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Open research: linking the bits and pieces with OpenAIRE-connect

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Open research is growing in neuroimaging. The community — supported by funders who want best use of public funding but also by the general public who wants more transparent and participatory research practices — is constantly expanding online resources including: data (e.g. [1–3]), code (e.g. [4]), materials (e.g. [5]), tutorials, etc. This trend will likely amplify in the future and is also observed in other areas of experimental sciences. Open resources are typically deposited in dedicated repositories that are tailored to a particular type of artefact (e.g. [6,7]). While this is best practice, it makes it difficult to get the big picture: artefacts are scattered across the web in a multitude of databases. Although one could claim that the publication is here to link all related artefacts together, it’s not machine-readable and does not allow searching for artefacts using filters (e.g. all datasets created in relation with a given funder). Here, we present OpenAIRE-connect, an overlay platform that links together research resources stored on the web: https://beta.ni.openaire.eu/.
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inserm-02151177 , version 1 (07-06-2019)

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Camille Maumet, Xavier Rolland, Axel Bonnet, Sorina Camarasu-Pop, Argiro Kokogiannaki, et al.. Open research: linking the bits and pieces with OpenAIRE-connect. OHBM 2019 - 25th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Jun 2019, Rome, Italy. pp.1-6. ⟨inserm-02151177⟩
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