Let the Data Loose | GenomeWeb

Let the Data Loose

Blogger Petermr talks about a lecture he gave yesterday at the RSC meeting on open data in chemistry, which he fully supports. Some of his main points: data are different from text, data matter, and data must be open. He predicts that formal aggregators will be phased out in the next five years, and is of the opinion that publishers have to make a decision. "'Mumble' is no good.

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