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July 26, 2011
Data Handling in Collaborations
I wanted to mention a book I've received, courtesy of the editors: Collaborative Computational Technologies for Biomedical Research. It's a multi-author look at various ways to handle data in all sorts of research partnerships - precompetitive consortia, academia-industrial collaborations, open-source discovery, and so on. Several levels of information are dealt with - patentable IP, raw data, notebook-sharing, etc.
Different readers will find different chapters of use - there's a lot of material covered here, with some unavoidable overlap - but anyone who's having to deal with these issues should definitely have a look.
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