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Results of vote on Open Science breakthroughs 2010

For background, see this blog post.

13 responses
Summary
- Pepsigate (-5)
Not beneficial 1077%
A small benefit 18%
A fair advancement 215%
A great breakthrough 00%
A revolution 00%
- Apache Wave (1)
Not beneficial 646%
A small benefit 323%
A fair advancement 215%
A great breakthrough 00%
A revolution 00%
- Microfinancing for science (8)
Not beneficial 215%
A small benefit 862%
A fair advancement 18%
A great breakthrough 00%
A revolution 00%
- Cablegate (11)
Not beneficial 215%
A small benefit 754%
A fair advancement 323%
A great breakthrough 00%
A revolution 00%
- Biotorrents (21)
Not beneficial 18%
A small benefit 431%
A fair advancement 538%
A great breakthrough 215%
A revolution 00%
- Science Commons Symposium Pacific Northwest (23)
Not beneficial 00%
A small benefit 538%
A fair advancement 538%
A great breakthrough 215%
A revolution 00%
- Public peer review (23)
Not beneficial 18%
A small benefit 215%
A fair advancement 969%
A great breakthrough 18%
A revolution 00%
- Open Science Summit (25)
Not beneficial 00%
A small benefit 754%
A fair advancement 538%
A great breakthrough 00%
A revolution 18%
- GeneWiki gets NIH support (26)
Not beneficial 00%
A small benefit 215%
A fair advancement 862%
A great breakthrough 215%
A revolution 00%
- Altmetrics manifesto (28)
Not beneficial 18%
A small benefit 538%
A fair advancement 431%
A great breakthrough 215%
A revolution 18%
- Open Data Awards (30)
Not beneficial 18%
A small benefit 18%
A fair advancement 538%
A great breakthrough 323%
A revolution 18%
- Panton Principles (39)
Not beneficial 18%
A small benefit 00%
A fair advancement 431%
A great breakthrough 862%
A revolution 00%
- Mandatory open data in ecology and evolution (44)
Not beneficial 00%
A small benefit 00%
A fair advancement 862%
A great breakthrough 323%
A revolution 215%
- XML-based journal workflow (47)
Not beneficial 18%
A small benefit 00%
A fair advancement 646%
A great breakthrough 323%
A revolution 323%
- PLoS ONE is now the largest scientific journal (56)
Not beneficial 18%
A small benefit 18%
A fair advancement 215%
A great breakthrough 538%
A revolution 431%
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