Research Data

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Research Data

“We believe that data archiving and responsible sharing facilitate good science that truly builds on previous findings and observations!”

“Data archiving is more than just the right thing to do. It ensures that research data remain accessible and comprehensible in the future. A future that may have a different use for the data their collectors had originally in mind.”

By the time a research paper is submitted, a study’s data most often reside on somebody’s computer, intertwined with analyses – some final, some merely a glimpse of ultimately discarded analyses. There are typically myriads of folders, spreadsheets, preliminary figures, which even the first author of a paper may not remember a few years from publication. Too often, source data are also simply lost because computers are discarded, programs move on and are not always backwards compatible.
Data archiving is the solution. It forces the researcher after completion of a project to separate the source (i.e., measurements, observations) and meta-data (time of sample, experiment, depth, etc) from her/his analyses and then clearly annotate the source files to ready them for online storage. This is the best way to prevent what some have called ‘conveyor belt science’ – i.e., a thirst for data to fuel one particular research angle and paper, followed by raw data being discarded again by the fast pace of time and the subsequent sense of needing more data …

Always cite data DOI when using data!

Abbreviated description of source data Corresponding publication Data base, link
CO2-specific early life survival and growth of M. menidia from 20 experiments 2012-2017 Baumann et al. Biol Lett 2018 Data Dryad
CO2 x temperature-specific early life survival and growth of M. menidia from 5 experiments Murray & Baumann Diversity 2018 BCO-DMO
Fatty acid profiles of M. menidia females and their unfertilized eggs Snyder et al. JEMBE 2017 BCO-DMO
Survival, length, and growth responses of M. menidia offspring from different females exposed to contrasting CO2 environments Snyder et al. JEMBE 2017 BCO-DMO
Long-term growth data of juvenile Menidia menidia reared at contrasting CO2 levels Murray et al. IJMS 2016 BCO-DMO
Temperature, pH, DO monitoring in Mumford Cove, CT, USA Data set I: 4/2015-8/2016 BCO-DMO
Combined otolith microstructure and trace element analyses in Pacific bluefin tuna juveniles Baumann et al. IJMS 2015 PANGAEA
Microsatellites, M. menidia, parentage, survival under high CO2 Malvezzi et al. EVA 2015 Data Dryad
Growth, survival, hatch, CO2 x oxygen, M. beryllina, M. menidia, Cyprinodon variegatus Depasquale et al. MEPS 2015 BCO-DMO
Seasonal growth, survival, chemistry, M. menidia, 3 CO2 levels Murray et al. MEPS 2015 PANGAEA
Survival, growth, Menidia beryllina, carbonate chemistry Baumann et al. NCLIM 2012 PANGAEA
Vertebral number, Atherinops affinis, adults and offspring from different latitudes along the North-American Pacific Baumann et al. Copeia 2012 PANGAEA
Thermal reaction norms of growth in Atlantic and Pacific silverside fishes Baumann & Conover PRSB 2012 PANGAEA
Source data on Baltic and North Sea sprat otolith microstructure analysis, growth, feeding experiments (Baumann, PhD research 2002-06 Baumann et al. 2005-2009 PANGAEA