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New edition of Open Notebook Science book now available

March 17th, 2010 by Kaitlin Thaney

Wonderful news out of the Bradley laboratory at Drexel University. Edition 3 of the Open Notebook Science (ONS) Challenge book is now available, including the raw data files and notebooks. The ONS Solubility Challenge book – a bound version of the ONS Solubility database – was first announced back in December 2009 by Jean-Claude Bradley – Open Notebook Science pioneer, and most recently a featured speaker at the Science Commons Symposium in Seattle.

This is the first edition to include a full archive of the Open Notebook Science Challenge notebook, a “snapshot of the state of all source documents”. For more on the first edition and on the Open Notebook Science Solubility Challenge itself, see Jean-Claude’s previous post on the topic on his blog, UsefulChem.

Kudos to Jean-Claude and his team. Keep up the good work!

One Response

  1. Jean-Claude Bradley, on March 17th, 2010 at 12:03 pm

    Thanks for highlighting Kaitlin! This is an example where the CC0 license was perfect for our needs.