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Ryan Lahfa - Free your papers, researchers! Research is financed from public money and researchers publish papers. But, papers are often unavailable to everyone except if you pay money for it, which seems wrong! What can we do as developers? Well, we can help researchers to open their papers! ----- And of course, how do we do it? Python, of course! Dissemin is a website using the Django framework which aims to promote a global Open Access policy, it offers to researchers a way to deposit legally their papers inside of a repository (Zenodo for example). We will see how the researcher world works quickly, and what are the challenges of assisting researcher to make papers available to everyone!
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1 2 1 so hierarchy I'm going to introduce you to the tool for researchers 2 free European rate that 1st of all on what is an assertion exactly the systematic investigation into the of much rules and sources establish facts which you conclusions this is kind of using so what is exactly the so who was the other keynote under gravitational waves OK so but so we could say that this is really a break from what was discovered on the these state and national you know very well the paper published for it so we can all take a look to the full text here which is filled up something decays in mathematics formula but what do we do with papers well researcher reads them to you from themselves was going on in the field are people reach their jails we believe that we could go so and to result would for instance matching learning system or that but there's a catch of research is financed from the monitor and published from companies like Elsevier or organization like ACM or I and distinguish some people the paper is behind the wall so you have to pay for it so this is kind of close to to but so it creates a problem well student can access papers the begot because Briscoe base for excretion but we would like to have open access open access is really important because or over people we are not students cannot access the vapor and have to be real close amounts of money for only 10 pages is not which is not really fair so stand for the given name and who people right students in this room can play an fortunately so initially individuals and both journals contains papers we you have to to access in order to access the content we have to be subscription for it and the most famous 1 is nature and in your opinion almost of the they forces which very year for only want to this does anyone have an opinion 52 doesn't know much sorcery to so we pay over 10 thousand per year and you can also have dual speaking of over 25 wasn't all borders are you and insane but what is really interesting is how much they may may made a profit so according to write research will 4 to 1 . 7 per cent of profit margin which is what's which is what so let's compare it to a big company what was good books made profit margin 2008 anyone idea what 40 . 6 per cent which is less then the publisher what so let's summarize some of its arrival the researcher to keep up with the state of the art finding in the field we have new insight and ideas by reading this paper and hand this handles so on the read down its ideas into a new paper and then they submitted to the which where is the system which called Beirut which tries to future results which come from could be considered a scientifically correct and as a break from finally the paper is accepted how
sense has progress but in fact there is a 3rd party which we hope and for which is if future and condition gets money every time of each
process but there is a problem why this is important that wish don't the money from that because we have subscription which are becoming more and more expensive like you said like you seen the price is really high and the fact that we are going away our research for free for his reason all their real being in makes them more prone double so why shouldn't fulfills in from developing countries of access this this crucial papers which are beyond the pale because they don't have the money to pay for it and what kind the people who are not students but maybe developers or any kind of field cannot access these papers because they're not students we don't have any visitors to pay for sort what this could be used if you're delta and you can access the person you couldn't you could run into a situation where you make you need them the Journal so what can we do to improve access wall but we created thing in which is a tool to give control back to researchers and we would like to promote an open a global open access policy would be so how do we do that within your papers from different sources during babies all kind of theories we fetch them and which check the police is on these papers can we open them can can't we open the can we can we open only the Proprinter should and then tell you what you can deposit the going so what is the what does it look
like well this this is of where this is a page where you can deposit the paper so you can see what can people's it and what you can and you use this is pretty simple for a researcher to actually open their papers when it's on your paper
is free and accessible by everyone so this is great but to give you more insight will use behind this in listening was initiative from a group of students optical microscopy in France where nonprofit organization being many open access related product we worked we Wikipedia tools for an open access book where you will be at the Open come so all you're killing yourself but this is applied to people where is vital in this story what this is of course written in Python using the jungle framework so we're using pulsed rescue is equal to some papers and there may the top so we're and hunting some challenges I wanted to share with you 1st of all the paper we have more than 5 15 minus of media data of papers rest more and more make that therefore for new sources but that we have a problem holding you fixed this has amount of data in your well which was addressed sequel and we use the powerful g some fail so wondrous and useful well implementing just something in the model is the estimator of importing a model and use it in your model which is really outside it was and so is hopelessly sequel and them while you have indexing for free which works on fail this is super efficient and can be your nose sequel words for wide if you don't want to before you could avoid very complex joint and you can access a fills in queries directly we are having to visual so just some field imposed is really a good solution when you don't want to implement the most supposed the since said is we need to have Suresh and he this as to be fast so let's our researcher can can get more feedback really is the so we try to keep balls juridical kind of that we looked this show spontaneous but it was not sufficient for our model that we have so we introduce a has that is a Python library for jungle to provide also search tools principal Moussa to back out so we can have lost 1st solar whoosh September that and we can use them don't like a figure of of the monster he lost at 1st we Baker solar which is really cool we have basically we have real time indexing which is important when we're getting new papers we want them to be indexes right away and we're still working to make this fossil because it's really hard HO 2 main theme was
all these me that that coming from many sources and the 1st challenge is the most part it's my opinion poll to print duplicates papers because we have so many sources which provides lighting variation in the made that that may die they so that's so we need to have a the solution for that so we try the fingerprinting technique we have a function which takes a paper and reducing the minimal for removed objectives we know what serving we sort the atrocities we simplified the title and finally we compute and story then if we have a single often the printing our density again just measure paper and get more and more and more maybe metadata on the so is speaking words is looking more or less but we hallways have of some cases where we don't have the title because some sources don't require you to enter a title for papers after anyway to took
over the challenges all we have many more challenges around national meaning to disambiguate watches means of from titles signing off from that market infrastructure script we have already run for development we would like to get Constable or anything to Bush prediction in a more efficient way of we would like more deposit interfaces and services to support more universities and more here and how that was the is filled with interesting and we need your help so to close on open access we have many projects around assuming like proxy for digital object identity on the bond axis but for Wikipedia the crowd promise for repositories the old age the match for the implementation which is a portal to fetch papers in an efficient way and the a bit of inspiration from other related both which has been the model as seen in the quality you to do something at the end of this at the end of the school what is journal printers using open-source condescending Reynolds using vibrant anything try out and it wasn't the reverse often they can issue and submittable regressive again
and if anything goes wrong name and if you're a researcher interested in open access you could tell the boats him into a runoff appears burn it the best of them to open their papers because this is really important and most of all he should always open your whole paper secure out and if anything
goes wrong complaint so thank you from this told and think Europe items was really grateful great conference John anything you can contact us thank thank you much so what do you have any questions so I'm interested in how all your finding canceled because I would imagine that the going up against of companies like the Soviets Springer and so on is amplitude class especially for a couple of students so like we said that you know we are a non-profit organization and we reserve some the nations but we don't have so many costs so we don't have we have the need for a lot of funding we're going to get some funding from the and repositories in France the all of which is actually very some but thought to be honest we don't really need we don't need that a funding so we don't have a problem going against Elsevier last thing it that answer your question do you think of a story in the paper on already competence storage for and then I want to explore or different so why did you choose to store them in your database so as far as I know you are it's easy of is only useful for preprints right not hold going yes so so we offer the possibility to store preprint postprint then tuition version but the thing is that so I don't know if are at the the and was kind of research problems support of the way we are fetching the policies so we can tell you what you can deposit or not right so we think we are trying to to get also papers from my experience over 3 so we are trying to unify all resources we're not doing anything we just use another which is kind of a repository openness CERN so we think we are different of high again I would be interested in your faculty positions on that because it seems to not being there is is there are multiple problems where scientists are complaining and that's 1 of them so I'm more interested in how you to week of your faculty do you set your articles and priorities by yourself inside the student group so we question is about how do we parameterize what we do so if you're working with your faculty with professors assistance and so on or if this is just your student project in so I'm not reduce to them that holds all contribute roles in the decision to of our students we have I think professors now the pressurization based on or what are the use case of university use and what do they need to make very uh very use data to make their resources better at all and holds a whole can we promote you know it's more efficiently to open access so all you could this this is my student projects in the sense that I work on it because I find it really interesting but for over people it's really important and crucial and I understand that so we're trying to preach approach arises from the shooting hours tracker along but if you have a really a really huge use case and here are you really it's just something that has an e-mail and we will be talking to you to see how we can make this happen thank the talk and what I want to know more about me out how old how they handled interpretations of on the on the and the the use only the title for the fingerprint and that of the for deduplication problems of areas we are using also on the top of I don't have to all the although it in my head but I I'm pretty using the the title to alter this trying to sort it so but this is a deterministic sorting um we're trying to simplify it all the data which could be I removed by 1 of history but keep the kept on of a repository there to be honest how this opens with I can suggest you only need to take a and I can give you the finest but why did you decide to build something you'd rather than using existing open access to such as the state sequence or Fedora Commons for worries about 3 the 1st using existing tools like the space which is derived from and I'm not really aware of what these these does exactly that someone or it the has himself the question so I think we found a lot of flows into in this space which really didn't really want to keep it's the same reason for where uh whenever you create a new to it's because the older ones is not sufficient at some point we think any other questions let's say I'm a researcher at nite but the genetic actions of 1 of my diagram but don't I don't have the right to do it are you taking your general risk because you're always the formant while the have 10 uh um our terms of and and conditions those specifies that you must be you you must have the right to the both the people on the website it but let's say only don't care about the limitations of just to it because I think it's the right thing to do so the I don't know if this really before but he it would happen so we won't be having to detect it automatically or find ourselves to until we get an e-mail from someone saying to us your hosting a a which should not be on your own all which should which not be open and we would have maybe assessed and this feature on anything like that and we would remain at the generate about