Open Access to Data: An Ideal Professed but not Practised
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Date of creation: 2013
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ratswd; ratswd working paper; data sharing; data management; germany; data availability; open access; research infrastructure; data; replication; data privacy; metadata; research data centre; infrastructure; open science; open access; data;
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