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- Scientific method : The concept of systematic inquiry based on hypotheses and their testing in light of empirical evidence.
- Science : The organized body of knowledge based on non–trivial refutable concepts that can be verified or rejected on the base of observation and experimentation
- Science 2.0 : An umbrella term used to label the use of Web 2.0 tools for scientific purposes.
- Research : The process of systematic inquiry and traceable vindication within a logically organized system of knowledge.
- Data (general) : "Pieces of information", especially numbers or quantities
- Open data : Data that are publicly available for use, reuse and redistribution, typically for free via the World Wide Web.
- Open source : A common shorthand for open source software.
- Open access : The free, immediate online access to the results of research, coupled with the right to use those results in new and innovative ways.
- Open Knowledge Foundation : A non-profit organization in the UK dedicated to promoting open knowledge; founded in 2004.
- Science Commons : A branch of Creative Commons dedicated to making the results of scientific research available in public for use and reuse.
- Linked data : A system in which a given piece of information receives a permanent and unique identifier which determines its location on the World Wide Web.
- Machine-readable data : Data structured in a way that they lend themselves to algorithmic analysis.
- CC0 : A Creative Commons license that can be used to waive copyrights, or parts thereof.
- PDDL : Add brief definition or description
- Copyright : An exclusive property grant on creative works granted to authors of those works for a period set by law.
- Feist Publications v. Rural Telephone Service : A U.S. Supreme Court case which determined that facts or lists of facts could not be copyrighted.
- Smith vs. Maryland : A United States Supreme Court decision that held that a telephone subscriber had no expectation of privacy of the records of the telephone numbers to which his phone had connected
- Community norm : Add brief definition or description
- Panton Arms : A pub in Cambridge, U.K., where the Panton Principles were originally drafted in 2009.
- Peter Murray-Rust : A chemist and open science evangelist, co-initiator of the Blue Obelisk and the Panton Principles.
- Cameron Neylon : A biochemist and open science evangelist and data sharing advocate; co-initiator of the Panton Principles.
- Rufus Pollock : An economist and open knowledge evangelist; co-founder and Director of the Open Knowledge Foundation, co-initiator of the Panton Principles.
- John Wilbanks : An open science evangelist; Vice President for Science at Creative Commons, head of the Science Commons project, co-initiator of GreenXchange and the Panton Principles.