DataONE:GEO reuse study/pilot

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Note! This data is very preliminary and at this point should be taken as illustrations of the analyses that can be done, rather than valid results.

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GEO reuse study, Exploratory Pilot

Indexing terms used by articles that deposit or reuse GEO microarray datasets

  • Nodes = MeSH indexing terms and qualifiers
  • Edge brightness = how often the connecting indexing terms are used to annotate the same articles
  • Green nodes = indexing term used relatively often by articles that DEPOSITED data
  • Blue nodes = indexing term used relatively often by articles that REUSED data
  • Size of nodes = how often the indexing term is applied to this set of articles overall
  • Dataset… about 3800 articles from PMC had MeSH terms: 300 were Reusers and the rest Depositers. MeSH terms were hand-selected (based on automated stats) for high differentiation between reuse and deposit in this dataset. Only MeSH terms applied to at least 10 articles in this dataset were kept.

Image:Piwowar georeuse pilot Figure1.png

Authors of papers that deposit or reuse GEO microarray datasets

  • (visible) Nodes = authors
  • Edges = links from authors to (tiny, almost invisible) nodes representing articles that either deposited or reused data
  • Green nodes = authors that only authored DEPOSITING articles in this dataset
  • Green edges = edges connecting authors to (tiny) depositing-articles nodes
  • Blue nodes = authors that only authored REUSE articles in this dataset
  • Blue edges = = edges connecting authors to (tiny) reusing-articles nodes
  • Red nodes = authors that authored both depositing and reuse articles in this dataset
  • Connected large nodes (through almost invisible article nodes) = co-authors
  • Dataset… Authors from 1000 randomly chosen papers out of the 4200 articles from PMC (subsampled to keep network from being too crowded and slow)

Image:Piwowar georeuse pilot Figure2.png

Proportion of publications in PubMed Central that deposited or reused GEO microarray data

  • Deposit: Ratio of (articles in PubMed Central with links from primary-citation field in GEO) / number of papers in PMC
  • Reuse: Ratio of (articles in PMC to those with GEO accession numbers in their full text and no links from primary-citation field of GEO) / number of papers in PMC
  • Note: this is definitely an underestimate of absolute reuse from GEO, but it should permit a fair picture of trends over time
  • Note: deposits to GEO appear to be tapering off. This is very possible, as focus shifts to inexpensive DNA sequencing. However, before publishing this, I’d want to double-check with GEO that it reflects their experience and isn’t an artifact of the rapid increase of publications into PubMed Central, for example.
  • (I collected the total-PMC data yearly: the graph could be smoother with a bit more data-collection effort)

Image:Piwowar georeuse pilot Figure3a.png

  • Same graph, but secondary axis at 1/10th scale to superimpose shapes:

Image:Figure3b.Piwowar georeuse pilot Figure3b.png

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