## New publication in ACS Catalysis on data sharing practices

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In this perspective we show an example of data sharing practices we have developed. We use the supporting information file from boes-2015-estim-bulk to show how one can extract the data from our paper and reuse it for new purposes. We illustrate this for both computational and experimental data. We use org-mode for doing this, but we also show that data in the supporting information can be extracted using Python, and independently of Emacs, so that org-mode is not critical for people who do not use it.

@article{kitchin-2015-examp,
author =       {Kitchin, John R.},
title =        {Examples of Effective Data Sharing in Scientific Publishing},
journal =      {ACS Catalysis},
volume =       {5},
number =       {6},
pages =        {3894-3899},
year =         2015,
doi =          {10.1021/acscatal.5b00538},
url =          { http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acscatal.5b00538 },
eprint =       { http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acscatal.5b00538 },
}


The published version of this manuscript doesn't look exactly like the version I generated, for example, the output from the source blocks is missing. Hopefully that will make it into a supporting information file. Until then, you may be interested in the org file and version I submitted below.

Org source: acs-cat-manuscript.org

References: acs-cat-references.bib

Manuscript: acs-cat-manuscript-2015-05-07.zip

# Bibliography

Copyright (C) 2015 by John Kitchin. See the License for information about copying.

org-mode source

Org-mode version = 8.2.10