The Open Science Community Group has been launched:
Open Science has considered as a alternative of the entire research cycle to improve sustainable value of science. This group’s goal is to develop various resource including documents and sources based on an existing knowledge (e.g. open access, open data, open source, etc.) for motivating and smooth landing on doing the open science.
As a alternative of a existing scientific paradigm, this group is:
– to introduce a general and standard filed guide for Open Science Research Cycle
– to generate a logical alternative for conflict concern for open science
– to provide a framework(or IDE) to implement the open science paradigm
– to develop meta data using existing knowledge (e.g. ontology, semantic web, machine learning)
Who should join (as in, what skills are desired or expected)?
– Those interested in the whole of Open Science (including open knowledge, open access, open data, open source, etc.) as a researcher
– Those experienced in LOD(Linked Open Data) or Open Data, Ontology, Semantic Web, Meta Cognition, Machine learning(including Deep Learning) and Statistics
– semi or full fluent a programming language as R, Python, and etc.
This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2017-01-18 by woojune jung. The following people supported its creation: woojune jung, Sarven Capadisli, Jacob Pratt, Seonho Kim, Juyoun Yi, Kyung Mo Kweon, Mohamed ZERGAOUI. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of the activities.
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