Data mining applied to scholarly publications to finally reveal Earth’s biodiversity

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  • October 21, 2019
  • At a time when a million species are at risk of extinction, according to a recent UN report, ironically, we don’t know how many species there are on Earth, nor have we noted down all those that we have come to know on a single list. In fact, we don’t even know how many species we […]

    FAIR biodiversity data in Pensoft journals thanks to a routine data auditing workflow

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  • March 11, 2019
  •   To avoid publication of openly accessible, yet unusable datasets, fated to result in irreproducible and inoperable biological diversity research at some point down the road, Pensoft takes care for auditing data described in data paper manuscripts upon their submission to applicable journals in the publisher’s portfolio, including Biodiversity Data Journal, ZooKeys, PhytoKeys, MycoKeys and many others. Once the dataset is clean and […]

    Data Quality Checklist and Recommendations at Pensoft

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  • June 1, 2017
  • As much as research data sharing and re-usability is a staple in the open science practices, their value would be hugely diminished if their quality is compromised. In a time when machine-readability and the related software are getting more and more crucial in science, while data are piling up by the minute, it is essential […]