The Missing Data - The Relationship Between Legal Requirements and Open Research Data
Researchers have to deal with many questions and doubts when it comes to the publication of research data. In particular regarding the presumed conflict between handling of research data and the issues of data privacy. The research presented here aims to investigate this conflict and to identify and test solutions, talking into account both differences between disciplines and between cultural perspectives. The poster provides an overview of the various barriers to the publication of research data collected through guided interviews with researchers with different levels of scientific experience. To consider differences between disciplines, researchers in learning analytics, medicine and climate impact research were interviewed. The different legal regulations and cultural factors are compared between Germany, Peru, India and China.
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I am looking forward to a lively exchange on the topic and possible support in conducting the upcoming surveys. The results of my research will be of interest for several WGs.
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Natural Sciences/Computer and information sciences