Outcomes

Everything we do is openly available:

Wheel of open science practices

Turning the wheel of Open Science interactive visualization showing variety in Open Science practices (image and individual practices also available on Figshare), January 2017

Tool combinations

Interactive table of tool combinations used together more or less often than expected by chance (colour-blind safe version also available), November 2016

Kaggle

Data & scripts in Kaggle, for easily building, running and sharing R, Python or Julia scripts without downloading the data, May 2016

example chart with filter options

Dashboard in Silk, for easily rendering charts and using filters to explore the data, April 2016

Zenodo-data-sets
Dataset in Zenodo, with the full raw and cleaned data resulting from the survey, April 2016
F1000-data-note
F1000Research Data Note describing the survey data collection and methods, April 2016

Survey on scholarly communication tool usage, May 2015-Feb 2016

Crowdsourced database of 400+ tools (ongoing)
Poster
Example workflows (ongoing)

Searchable database of 101 innovations in scholarly communication (ongoing)
101 Innovations - poster Force2015
Poster at Force2015 conference, Oxford, UK, January 12-13 2015
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The circle, January 2015

Acknowledgements
We gratefully acknowledge the time and effort of the people who have helped us in this project.

Contact us:

both at Utrecht University Library in the Netherlands