The Open Research Checklist is designed to serve as a guide for NTU researchers who wish to make practical changes in order to make their scientific process and research outputs more transparent, inclusive and accessible.
The checklist consists of a series of questions and suggestions. It can be used as a precursor for discussion and a means to inspire future action.
It is currently a draft version while we solicit inputs from the research community. For comments and suggestions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Draft Version 0
Open Methods require the public availability of detailed documentation of the processes, procedures and materials used in a research investigation.
"Open Access literature is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions." (Suber, 2012)
Open Data refers to the public availability and reusability of that scientific data.
"Open Code refers to custom, author-generated code used in a scientific research study... and subsequently made publicly available under an Open Access license via a linked repository, or as Supporting Information." (PLOS)
Adapted in 2022 by Mr NAH Hui Kang Christopher, School of Biological Sciences, Nanyang Technological University.
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