Supplement 7. Comparison of attitudes towards items on the disadvantages (5 items) and benefits (4 items) of publishing data papers
Supplement 7-1. Comparison of attitudes towards items on the disadvantages (5 items) of publishing data papers
Kruskal-Wallis Test
Number
72 S22_1
72 S22_2
72 S22_3
72 S22_4
72 S22_5
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360 Total
[Large Samples]
Statistic: x²= 24.73 After Correction x²= 25.67
Significance (0.05): x²= 9.49 P Value: P = 0.0000
Decision: The difference between group distribution(medians) is significant.
Dunn's Multiple Comparison
Groups : 1 2 3 4 5
1
2 1.0000
3 1.0000 0.3730
4 0.4170 1.0000 0.0070*
5 0.0140* 0.1450 0.0000* 1.0000
* Mark: Probability P < 0.05
S22
1) Publishing data papers takes time and effort (cleaning data, writing descriptions, etc.)
2) Data papers may be misused or misinterpreted by other researchers.
3) I'm concerned about the copyright and licensing of the data.
4) Data papers have less academic value than regular research papers in our discipline.
5) In our discipline, data papers are less trusted than data presented in general research papers.
Supplement 7-2. Comparison of attitudes towards items on the benefits (4 items) of publishing data papers
Kruskal-Wallis Test
Number
72 M23_1
72 M23_2
72 M23_3
72 M23_4
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288 Total
[Large Samples]
Statistic: x²= 10.86 After Correction x²= 11.35
Significance (0.05): x²= 7.82 P Value: P = 0.0100
Decision: The difference between group distribution(medians) is significant.
Dunn's Multiple Comparison
Groups : 1 2 3 4
1
2 0.1524
3 0.0078* 1.0000
4 0.4014 1.0000 1.0000
* Mark: Probability P < 0.05
M23
1) Willing to publish actively.
2) Willing to publish to some extent.
3) Average
4) Little intention of publishing.
5) Not willing at all.