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Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2016 10:48:10 GMT
From: grange@astron.nl
To: xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int
CC: grange@astron.nl
Subject: Benefits of public data
Full_Name: Yan Grange
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Good day,

I am conducting some research on the value of public data. For this I am
surveying several sources to see if I can get a broad overview of what public
data does to the publication count of a telescope. For this I'd like to ask you
whether this data is available (both for XMM as for the other ESA telescopes;
but for historical reasons you are my first contact point). In concreto my
questions are:
- Do you have any data on the fraction or number of publications based on
public/private data?
- Do you have an idea of the development of this metric over time?

An example of the type of data I am interested in would be the top plot of this
HST  website: https://archive.stsci.edu/hst/bibliography/pubstat.html

Thanks a lot!


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From: Nora Loiseau <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: grange@astron.nl
Subject: Re: Benefits of public data (PR#78233)
Date: Fri Jan 29 11:34:56 2016
Dear Yan Grange,

For the XMM-Newton project these metrics are very important and we keep track
of
publications rates, etc. Please have a look at the paper:
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2014AN....335..210N

I would like to mention the ESA mission IUE (1978-1976) which was the
first making all the data available to the astronomers around the world in a
very user friendly way. You can find a new version of the IUE Archive, which is
still very much used, at: http://sdc.cab.inta-csic.es/ines/index.html

Please keep us informed if you publish some conclusions about public data usage,
using the XMM example.

Best regards,

Nora


> 
> I am conducting some research on the value of public data. For this I am
> surveying several sources to see if I can get a broad overview of what
public
> data does to the publication count of a telescope. For this I'd like to ask
you
> whether this data is available (both for XMM as for the other ESA
telescopes;
> but for historical reasons you are my first contact point). In concreto my
> questions are:
> - Do you have any data on the fraction or number of publications based on
> public/private data?
> - Do you have an idea of the development of this metric over time?
> 
> An example of the type of data I am interested in would be the top plot of
this
> HST  website: https://archive.stsci.edu/hst/bibliography/pubstat.html
> 
> Thanks a lot!
> 
> ----
Dr. Nora Loiseau
XMM-Newton User Support Group

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