Confessions of a researchaholic

September 6, 2017

Sharing and managing research materials

Filed under: Real — liyiwei @ 5:14 pm
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Instead of hosting research materials on our own servers (as I did in the old days for both ongoing projects and published outcomes), it is more flexible to share on GitHub/Bitbucket public/private repos that need revision control, and store the compiled files in other services, such as papers on research gate or semantic scholar, videos via YouTube/Vimeo, etc.

With this setup, the co-authors can edit the research page together, and have less to worry about server management.

We should share only information ready for the public domain, e.g., paper title only after the submission is formally approved for acceptance, and code/algorithm after filing the relevant patent(s).

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