An Imperial Wedding? The Marriage Between Open Access and the Worldwide Society for Computational Science

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A Royal Wedding? The Marriage Between Open Access and the International Society for Computational Biology Philip E. Bourne University of California San Diego pbourne@ucsd.edu http://www.sdsc.edu./pb/Talks Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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The Marriage A youthful Society (the prepare) and another open get to production (the lady of the hour) Their cheerfully ever after - expanding the spread and effect of their science Ah however .. past connections wait And like numerous relational unions the dedication did not come effortlessly Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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The Groom - Life So Far ~2000 part Society established 1995 Primarily computational sub-atomic science Previous "authority diary" Bioinformatics (OUP) – sovereignty course of action Other diaries offered at a rebate FASEB Member Executive Officer & Offices at UCSD Main actuates: ISMB, diaries, training, SIG's, local gatherings, Web entryway Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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The Groom's Strategic Priorities Intellectual administration – to support and advance the most astounding quality meetings and society diary. Backing – to create, spread and advance arrangements for the benefit of our individuals and logical train. Money related Stability – to enhance the long haul monetary balance of the general public with a specific end goal to accomplish the above objectives. Administration – to enhance the representing structures of the general public with a specific end goal to enhance the responsiveness of the general public to individuals, and to upgrade our capacity to accomplish our vital needs. Rising Trends April 13, 2005

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The Groom's Monetary Situation: Preliminary 2004 Year End Financial Projections Total resources, 1 January 2004 $ 197,093 Estimated 2004 Income $ 824,635 Estimated 2004 Expenses $ 770,000 Estimated Assets, 1 January 2005 $ 251,728 Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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The Groom's Previous Lingering Relationship - OUP Bioinformatics Content – fundamentally techniques Impact calculate 6+ expanded +1/quite a long time – free access to full articles Low cost/free on-line in creating nations On-line access to papers not long after acknowledgment Recent overview showed 70% strong of open get to – up from half the previous summer Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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OUP contract lapsing end 2004 April 2004 RFP issued to distributers June 2004 13 distributers reacted with 15 alternatives July 2004 Board of Directors and enrollment profoundly partitioned over move to open get to, loss of income additionally an issue A duel demonstrate favored OUP not steady of a ménage de trois Sept. 2004 shape organization with PLoS CB Nov. 2004 previous ISCB President and Chair of Publications Committee gets to be EIC Jan. 2005 Launch with extremely solid EB Now 70 papers handled, 1500 agreed to early cautions June 2005 first issue at ISMB The Courtship Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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The Bride's Unique Scope PLoS Computational Biology is distributed in organization with the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) and highlights works of uncommon centrality that promotes our comprehension of living frameworks, at all scales , through the use of computational techniques. Perusers incorporate life and computational researchers who can take the discoveries exhibited here to the following level of disclosure. Rising Trends April 13, 2005

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The Bride's Aspirations Quality, quality, quality Papers pre-separated with reaction in 2-3 days High quality survey in 4-6 weeks – 3+ audits Papers on-line not long after acknowledgment Reviews Perspectives Lay synopses Annotated references Society pages Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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Unresponsive Editors JMS Innovation moderated by ordinary prerequisites What happens when open get to is the standard? Ground swell of support for open get to PLoS are researchers! Open to advancement Feeling of a fresh start The Marriage Thus Far Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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When the Honeymoon is Over Marriage Is All About Growing Up Together Using the medium for more than just circulation: Living instructional exercises (required in a quickly developing field) Seminal addresses (video) with DOIs New presentation systems e.g. Usable tables Applets for audit of particular sorts of information The Knowledge (diary article) and the information (database) get to be coordinated in the internet The paper is the interface to the databases The databases are the interfaces to the paper content Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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The Children The Children (enrollment) are in a perfect world suited for creating open source instruments (BioLit) to bolster their folks Support looking and writing mining Authoring apparatuses Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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The Wood Anniversary Bring computational scholars working at various scales into contact through shared procedures Have ISCB as the bolster association for this more extensive participation Take more proprietorship for the scattering of our science to such an extent that it be accessible without respect for geographic or financial limits Improve the cognizance of our science using fitting Web advances Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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Thank You Any likeness to people living or dead (or the Royal Family) is totally circumstantial Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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ISCB Membership/ISMB Attendance Shows Significant Growth in 2004 Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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ISCB Membership Expands Globally 51 Countries Represented in 2004 versus 37 Previous Year 1924 Total Members US 834 UK 284 Germany 129 Canada 86 Japan 53 S. Korea 46 Sweden 45 Less US Centric Almost 40% Students Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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Traditional Subscription Model Journals Offer Discounts to ISCB Members Journal Name Member Savings (USD) Bioinformatics $ 375 Briefings in Bioinformatics 31 Briefings in Functional Genomics & Proteomics 31 Combination BIB and FGP (when requested together) 94 Comparative & Functional Genomics 11 Computers in Biology and Medicine 143 Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine 133 Human Genomics 16 Human Molecular Genetics 94 Journal of Biomedical Informatics 151 Journal of Computational Biology 234 OMICS 141 Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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PLoS Founding Board of Directors Harold Varmus PLoS Co-organizer and Chairman of the Board President and CEO of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Patrick O. Chestnut PLoS Co-author and Board Member Howard Hughes Medical Institute & Stanford University School of Medicine Michael B. Eisen PLoS Co-organizer and Board Member Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory & University of California at Berkeley Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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PLoS – A Brief History Founded in October, 2000 Circulated an open letter encouraging distributers to build access to research writing >30,000 signatories Some constructive outcomes, yet general reaction from distributers missed the mark concerning requests In December, 2002, $9million concede from Moore Foundation to dispatch open get to diaries. Rising Trends April 13, 2005

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PLoS Publishing Strategy Launch two fantastic open get to diaries PLoS Biology in October, 2003 PLoS Medicine in 2004 Then dispatch more pro open get to diaries Stimulate and band together with different associations to do the same Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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PLoS Biology - Year One Articles submitted – 757 Articles distributed – 140 Extensive media scope PLoS Biology is set up as a top notch open get to diary Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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Sebastian Bonhoeffer Peer Bork Chris Burge Richard Durbin Jonathan Eisen David Eisenberg Mark Gerstein David Haussler Steve Henikoff David Hillis Peter Hunter Simon Levin Wen-Hsiung Li Dianna Murray Janet Thornton Andrej Sali Chris Sander Arend Sidow Current Editorial Board Emerging Trends April 13, 2005

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