In honor of Open Access Week, here are some relevant posts I've published:
"Send me your data - PDF is fine," said no one ever - Learn how most data shares are useless, and how to share more effectively.
Let's make data a civic right - Here's why you sold care about the abysmal state of public data sharing
Scholarly impact of open access journals - Did you know that two thirds of open access journals don't have publishing fees? Or that open access journals are catching up to traditional, closed journals in impact?
Why I support open access science - Here's why I care. Why do you?
Join the conversation with #oaweek on Twitter, or find an event that interests you.
Unrelated: Interested in epidemiology, python or MERS-CoV? Please check out my new project, a visualization of disease clusters and other contagions.
"Send me your data - PDF is fine," said no one ever
The public health paradox ("When public health works, it's invisible")
Let's make data a civic right
Scholarly impact of open access journals
Six months later, disease detectives still battling fungal meningitis outbreak