EU Open Science Monitor

Help us improving the indicators!

The Open Science Monitor tracks the development of open science trends in Europe.

Initially launched in 2017 to support the EU policies, the OSM has been revamped in May 2018 with updated data and visual identity. But open science is continuously developing, and over the next months, new trends, indicators, and data will be added.

We need the input of the open science community to improve the indicators and identify new data sources, as illustrated in the methodological note (pdf). Below, you can comment on the individual indicators of the OSM. Your comments will help improve the Open Science Monitor.

The trends are divided in three groups: open access, open research data, and open collaboration. We need your help in particular to address these three questions:
- What are new trends (e.g. open research data) currently not covered that are important part of open science?
- What are new indicators (e.g. number of data repositories) for each trend?
- What are new sources (e.g. re3data.org) for each indicator?

This consultation will remain open for the full duration of the project, but in order to actually improve the methodology, the deadline for contribution is August 31st, 2018.

For more information, see the about page or contact us at opensciencemonitor@lisboncouncil.net

Only the indicators marked with * have been already published in the present version of the Open Science Monitor.
To add a comment on each indicator or suggest new indicators, just click on the bubble alongside each line.

Open access to publications

Green and gold open access

P - # Scopus publications that enter in the analysis* (Source: Scopus, DOAJ, ROAD, PubMedCentral, CrossRef, OpenAire)sentence permalink

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P(oa) - # Scopus publications that are Open Access (CWTS method for OA identification)* (Source: Scopus, DOAJ, ROAD, PubMedCentral, CrossRef, OpenAire)sentence permalink

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P(green oa) - # Scopus publications that are Green OA* (Source: Scopus, DOAJ, ROAD, PubMedCentral, CrossRef, OpenAire)sentence permalink

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P(gold oa) - # Scopus publications that are Gold OA* (Source: Scopus, DOAJ, ROAD, PubMedCentral, CrossRef, OpenAire)sentence permalink

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PP(oa) - Percentage OA publications of total publications* (Source: Scopus, DOAJ, ROAD, PubMedCentral, CrossRef, OpenAire)sentence permalink

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PP(green oa) - Percentage gold OA publications of total publications* (Source: Scopus, DOAJ, ROAD, PubMedCentral, CrossRef, OpenAire)sentence permalink

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PP(gold oa) - Percentage green OA publications of total publications* (Source: Scopus, DOAJ, ROAD, PubMedCentral, CrossRef, OpenAire)sentence permalink

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TCS - Total Citation Score. Sum of all citations received by P in Scopus. (Source: Scopus, DOAJ, ROAD, PubMedCentral, CrossRef, OpenAire)sentence permalink

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FWCI – Field Weighted Citation Score. (Source: Scopus, DOAJ, ROAD, PubMedCentral, CrossRef, OpenAire)sentence permalink

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TP1/TP10 - Top1/Top10 percentile highly cited publications (Source: Scopus, DOAJ, ROAD, PubMedCentral, CrossRef, OpenAire)sentence permalink

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Any additional indicator (and source)?sentence permalink

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Funders' policies

Number of Funders with open access policies * (Source: Sherpa Juliet)sentence permalink

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Any additional indicator (and source)?sentence permalink

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Journals' policies

Number of Journals with open access policies * (Source: Sherpa Romeo)sentence permalink

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Any additional indicator (and source)?sentence permalink

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Open research data

Number of repositories

Number of open data repositories* (Source: Re3data)sentence permalink

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Any additional indicator (and source)?sentence permalink

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Funders' policies

Number of Funders with policies on data sharing* (Source: Sherpa Juliet)sentence permalink

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Any additional indicator (and source)?sentence permalink

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Journals' policies

Number of Journals with policies on data sharing* (Source: Vasilevsky et al, 2017)sentence permalink

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Any additional indicator (and source)?sentence permalink

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Researchers' attitude towards data sharing

% of paper published with data (Source: Bibliometrics: Datacite)sentence permalink

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Citations of data journals (Source: Bibliometrics: Datacite)sentence permalink

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Attitude of researchers on data sharing* (Source: Survey by Elsevier, follow-up of the 2017 - Report: https://www.elsevier.com/about/open-science/research-data/open-data-report) sentence permalink

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Any additional indicator (and source)?sentence permalink

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Open collaboration

Open Code

Number of code projects with DOI (Source: Mozilla Codemeta)sentence permalink

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Number of scientific API* (Source: Programmableweb)sentence permalink

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% of journals with open code policy* (Source: Stodden 2013)sentence permalink

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Number of scientific projects on Github (Source: Github)sentence permalink

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Any additional indicator (and source)?sentence permalink

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Open scientific hardware

Number of projects on open hardware repository* (Source: Open Hardware repository)sentence permalink

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Number of projects using open hardware license* (Source: Open Hardware repository)sentence permalink

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Any additional indicator (and source)?sentence permalink

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Citizen science

N. Projects in Zooniverse and Scistarter* (Source: Zooniverse and Scistarter)sentence permalink

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N. Participants in Zooniverse and Scistarter (Source: Zooniverse and Scistarter)sentence permalink

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Any additional indicator (and source)?sentence permalink

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Altmetrics

P(tracked) - # Scopus publications that can be tracked by the different sources (e.g. typically only publications with a DOI, PMID, Scopus id, etc. can be tracked). (Source: Scopus & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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P(mendeley) - # Scopus publications with readership activity in Mendeley (Source: Scopus, Mendeley & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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PP(mendeley) - Proportion of publications covered on Mendeley. P(mendeley)/P(tracked) (Source: Scopus, Mendeley & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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TRS - Total Readership Score of Scopus publications. Sum of all Mendeley readership received by all P(tracked) (Source: Scopus, Mendeley & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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TRS(academics) - Total Readership Score of Scopus publications from Mendeley academic users (PhdS, Professors, Postdocs, researchers, etc.) (Source: Scopus, Mendeley & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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TRS(students) - Total Readership Score of Scopus publications from Mendeley student users (Master and Bachelor students) (Source: Scopus, Mendeley & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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TRS(professionals) - Total Readership Score of Scopus publications from Mendeley professional users (librarians, other professionals, etc.) (Source: Scopus, Mendeley & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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MRS - Mean Readerships Score. TRS/P(tracked) (Source: Scopus & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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MRS(academics) - TRS(academics)/P(tracked) (Source: Scopus & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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MRS(students) - TRS(students)/P(tracked) (Source: Scopus & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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MRS(professionals) - TRS(professionals)/P(tracked) (Source: Scopus & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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P(twitter) - # Scopus publications that have been mentioned in at least one (re)tweet (Source: Scopus & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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PP(twitter) - Proportion of publications mentioned on Twitter. P(twitter)/P(tracked) (Source: Scopus & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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TTWS - Total Twitter Score. Sum of all tweets mentions received by all P(tracked) (Source: Scopus & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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MTWS - Mean Twitter Score. TTWS/P(tracked) (Source: Scopus & Plum Analytics)sentence permalink

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Propose new trends

Please add here trends not currently captured above, and suggest possible indicators and sources for them.sentence permalink

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