EXPERT REPORTS

FutureTDM D1.4 Data Management Plan

FutureTDM D2.2 Stakeholder Involvement Roadmap and Engagement Strategy

FutureTDM D3.1 Research Report on TDM Landscape in Europe

FutureTDM D3.3 Baseline Report of Policies and Barriers of TDM in Europe

FutureTDM D4.1 European Landscape of TDM Applications Report

FutureTDM D4.3 Compendium of Best Practices and Methodologies

FutureTDM D7.2 Communication and Exploitation Plan

FutureTDM D2.4 Workshop Summary Report 1

FutureTDM D5.1 Policy Framework

FutureTDM D5.2 Trend analysis, future applications and economics of TDM

FutureTDM D5.3 FutureTDM practitioner guidelines

FutureTDM D5.4 Roadmap for increasing uptake of TDM

FutureTDM D3.3+ Baseline Report of Policies and Barriers of TDM in Europe

FutureTDM D4.5 Compendium of Best Practices and´Methodologies

FutureTDM D2.5 Workshop Summary Report 2

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

M. Eskevich. Stakeholders in academic publishing: text and data mining perspective and potential. International Conference on Electronic Publishing (ELPUB), Goettingen, Germany, 7-9 June 2016 DOI: 10.3233/978-1-61499-649-1-51

 

Caspers, M., & Guibault, L. (2016). A right to ‘read’for machines: Assessing a black‐box analysis exception for data mining. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 53(1), 1-5.

 

M. Eskevich, A. van den Bosch, F. van den Boom, H. Frew, B. Akinci, A. Bertone, I. Luca, M. Caspers. FutureTDM: Improving Uptake of Text and Data Mining in the EU. European Data Forum, Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 29-30 June, 2016

 

FutureTDM is all About Stakeholder Feedback, Helen Frew, Signum, Journal of the Finnish Research Library Association, June 2016

 

FURTHER PUBLICATIONS FROM OUR PARTNERS

 

Handke, L. Guibault & J.-J. Vallbé, Is Europe Falling Behind? Copyright’s Impact on Data Mining in Academic Research, in Birgit Schmidt, Milena Dobreva (eds.), New Avenues for Electronic Publishing in the Age of Infinite Collections and Citizen Science: Scale, Openness and Trust – Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Electronic Publishing 2015, pp. 120-130

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

Peter Murray Rust (ContentMine): High throughput mining of the scholarly literature: a new research Tool. MTO, University of Tilburg, NL, 2016-06-07 (Specialists in Scholarly Fraud detection)

 

Peter Murray Rust (ContentMine): Amanuens.is ContentMine + Hypothesis annotate the scientific literature. 100, 000 + per day.IAnnotate!, W3C Berlin, DE, 2016-05-18 (W3C meeting on document annotation)

 

Peter Murray Rust (ContentMine): Open Content + Open Programs and Mining. MIOSS 2016, EBI, UK, 2016-05-17 (Industry/Academic meeting, European Bioinformatics Institute)

 

Peter Murray Rust (ContentMine): Automatic Extraction of Knowledge from the Literature. CILIP ISG, Cambridge, UK, 2016-05-11 (Chartered institute of Library and Information Professionals)

 

Peter Murray Rust (ContentMine): Content Mining of Science in Europe. OpenForum, Brussels, BE 2016-04-14 (Workshop, includes participation by Julia Reda MEP)

 

Peter Murray Rust (ContentMine): Automated Extraction of Knowledge from Biomedical Literature. Cochrane UK & Ireland Symposium 2016, Birmingham, UK, 2016-03-16 (Systematic reviews of clinical trials)

 

LIBER to  the SPARC meeting on Openness in Education & Research, The Open Science Agenda in Europe: Policy convergence & diversity of approaches, Texas, (March 7 2016)

 

L. Guibault, Text & Data Mining: Barriers, Paths and Passable Roads, Legal Workshop LREC Conference, Portoroz, Slovenia (24 May 2016)

 

L. Guibault, ‘Text & Data Mining: Barriers, Paths and Passable Roads’, Symposium Designing and shaping open science, Amsterdam (5 April 2016)

 

L. Guibault, ‘Mining Permits: Measuring copyright’s impact on text and data Mining in academic research’, workshop on Users’ Rights in the Digital Economy, American University, Washington D.C. (18 March 2016)

 

L. Guibault, ‘Is Europe Falling Behind in text and data mining?’, Symposium of Science Europe (Brussels, 27 October 2015)

 

L. Guibault & J.-J. Vallbé, ‘Is Europe Falling Behind? Copyright’s Impact on Data Mining in Academic Research’ ELPuB Conference – Valletta, Malta (1-2 September 2015)