Sharing research results, getting credit

Can you share research data?

These may vary depending on the journal you have chosen, so be sure to read the Research Data section in its Guide for Authors before you begin. Already published your research article? No problem – it’s never too late to share the research data associated with it.

Why is it important to share your research data to the public?

Better Science & Decisionmaking

Sharing data increases data circulation and use within the scientific community by encouraging better transparency, enabling reproducibility of results, and informing the larger scientific community.

Is it ethical for authors to receive credit for two publications from the same data?

Especially if the hypothesis, raw data, main study findings, and conclusion of both the publications are the same, the one published later might be regarded as duplicate publication. This publication practice is strongly discouraged by the ICMJE guidelines.

How do you give someone credit?

5 Effective ways to give credit where credit is due

  1. Make it sincere. Some people think the more you compliment employees, the better. …
  2. It doesn’t need to be public. We love shoutouts! …
  3. Don’t limit praise to just profit goals. …
  4. Say “Please” and “Thank you” …
  5. Share the credit.

What are the disadvantages of sharing data?

The Cons of File Sharing

  • Potential Proprietary Data/Plagiarism Issues. …
  • Requires Sufficient Network/Bandwidth Speeds. …
  • Higher Risk of Files Being Shared Publicly. …
  • Increased Risk of Files Being Infected.

How do you share research?

Here are six tips for adapting and sharing your research findings.

  1. Know your audience and define your goal. How can we effectively communicate research to increase its impact? …
  2. Collaborate with others. …
  3. Make a plan. …
  4. Embrace plain language writing. …
  5. Layer and link. …
  6. Evaluate your work.

What are the benefits of communicating your research to others?

Benefits to the scientist:

The act of communicating itself helps to better organize thoughts, allows for identifying the critical/most important elements of your work, encourages creating better technical and non-technical presentations of your work, and improves overall writing and oral presentation skills.

Why is it important to share information?

Information sharing is vital to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. The decisions about how much information to share, with whom and when, can have a profound impact on individuals’ lives. It could ensure that an individual receives the right services at the right time.

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