Data from: Perceptions and Attitudes toward Data Sharing among Dental Researchers
- Data were collected from 42 researchers in the International Association for Dental Research examining the respondents' attitudes towards data sharing, concerns related to data sharing, experiences sharing data through repositories and by request, data management practices, and use of new data analysis tools. The responses were unanimously positive towards the idea of data sharing, but included many expressions of concern about the appropriate use of data and the protection of research subjects. The results of this study may aid the development of improved data sharing processes for dental research, including the potential establishment of managed data clearinghouses.
- 2015 - 2016
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