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20 ans de science ouverte au laboratoire LEGI : Quels succès ? Quelles difficultés ? Quels enseignements ? Un tremplin vers le futur

Abstract : Open science is commonly discussed within our institutions. National plans have been initiated by the government and this issue raises a lot of questions. The science implies several principles: transparency, reproducibility, efficiency, trust sobriety, sustainability. Its application thus passes by the opening of the data, but also the opening of the software and the free access to the publications. software and free access to scientific publications. Although sometimes experienced as a constraint, it appears that in the majority of situations, its application within public organizations can only be beneficial, whether it is for the initiators of the dynamics, the funding organizations or more generally for our communities. In the LEGI laboratory, this scientific strategy was initiated more than two decades ago. The initial objective was to share the experimental data obtained in the CORIOLIS platform, a major research instrument of the CNRS, in accordance with the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) principles. Then, over time, some of the scientific computing experts of the unit followed the movement, sharing modeling data, but also software. The reproducibility of the laboratory's activities has thus improved and a methodology has been defined. These steps have been successful. However, the opening of data, software and publications is confronted with practical obstacles, financial problems and certain reticence. Incentive charters are surely needed to make scientific communities more considerate of open science. The CNRS open data plan and the European initiative RDA (Research Data Alliance) represent interesting advances. It would also be useful if the use and availability of open data and software could be valorized.
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Cyrille Bonamy, Gabriel Pierre André Moreau, Julien Chauchat, J. Sommeria. 20 ans de science ouverte au laboratoire LEGI : Quels succès ? Quelles difficultés ? Quels enseignements ? Un tremplin vers le futur. Congrès JRES : Les Journées Réseaux de l'Enseignement et de la Recherche, RENATER, May 2022, Marseille, France. ⟨hal-03608867⟩



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