Research data in the humanities and social sciences is evolving rapidly, underpinned by growing adoption of journal and institutional data policies and infrastructure. The quantitative turn in international relations over the past decades has been possible in part due to the existence of numerous open, longitudinal datasets maintained by international organisations, UN agencies, researchers, and NGOs. The open data movement over the last decade has provided the political impetus to open up transnational and domestic datasets. Yet numerous challenges remain given the disparity of resourcing among producers of non-official datasets such as NGOs and gaps between the open data and research communities. This poster will provide an overview of these issues and initiatives that seek to close the gap.
|Publication status||Published - 3 Dec 2020|
|Event||Interdisciplinary Meta-research & Open Science conference 2020|
- University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Duration: 3 Dec 2020 → 4 Dec 2020
|Conference||Interdisciplinary Meta-research & Open Science conference 2020|
|Abbreviated title||AIMOS 2020|
|Period||3/12/20 → 4/12/20|