A ZPID abstract for the Open Science Conference in Berlin has been very successful in a review process1. It received second place. According to the organizers, 20 submissions were appraised by a review board.
The following criteria – rating from 1 (very low/poor) to 5 (very high/good) – were applied:
- Relevance for the conference topic
- Practical relevance of the application/projects (implementation status, sustainability, and openness)
- Innovative and scientific relevance
- Overall recommendation
The ZPID contribution Integrating Open Science Practices into the Research Process in Psychology by Erich Weichselgartner got the following reviewers ratings: Topic = 5,00; Practical = 4,67; Innovative = 4,33; Overall = 4,67.
The reviewers stated: The smart assistant called DataWiz2 is highly relevant for the field of research data management, because it offers basic support for Open Science practices, namely management, documentation, archiving, and sharing of research data. DataWiz aims to minimize the effort of the single researcher and thus fosters Open Science practices at the individual level.
The 10 most outstanding proposals will be presented as lightning talks and as posters during the Open Science Conference. The 10 additional contributions of high quality will be presented as posters (without lightning talk).
The Open Science Conference will take place from March 21-22. Further information about the conference programme at www.open-science-conference.eu.3 News on Twitter: #osc2017.4