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    Linux.com: Open source and open data standards play a role in research and publishing.
    Submitted by Martin Kucej; posted on Sunday, August 09, 2009

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    ``Colleges and universities are as much about research as they are about the classroom experience, and just as open source software can provide cost savings, independence, and flexibility to educational institutions through courseware and recordkeeping, it can assist in the research process. Open source and open data standards play a role in collaboration, laboratory and literary scholarly research, publishing, and managing the overall research programs at institutions of higher learning.''

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