You are hereBiblio / (Not) Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due: Citation of Data Sets
(Not) Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due: Citation of Data Sets
|Title||(Not) Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due: Citation of Data Sets|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1995|
|Authors||Sieber, Joan E., and Trumbo Bruce E.|
|Journal||Science and Engineering Ethics|
Adequate citation of data sets is crucial to the encouragement of data sharing, to the integrity and cost-effectiveness of science and to easy access to the work of others. The citation behavior of social scientists who have published based on shared data was examined and found to be inconsistent with important ideals of science. Insights gained from the social sciences, where data sharing is somewhat customary, suggest policies and incentives that would foster adequate citation by secondary users, and greater openness and sharing in other disciplines.
Cover Date: January 1995.Source Info: 1(1), 11-20. Language: English. Journal Announcement: 31-1. Subject: CITATION; DATA; ETHICS; FRAUD; MISCONDUCT; SCIENCE. Update Code: 20090226.