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Message 47744 - Posted: 5 Aug 2017 | 10:14:06 UTC

Hi guys,

For the first time I have a publication in my list of contribution.
But, even if I contribute (my graphic card in fact) I can't read it, I have to buy it.
Can it be possible to have a free access to a publication for which we had participate and some way already payed ?? (electricity, hardware)

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Message 48079 - Posted: 31 Oct 2017 | 19:08:16 UTC - in response to Message 47744.

The state of affairs in scientific publishing is indeed questionable... Some of our publications are here though.

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Message 51480 - Posted: 13 Feb 2019 | 14:11:30 UTC

I am a bit curious to find out why I received only 2 publication badges although I am going to cross the 500 million credits barrier this week.^^

Both of my badges date back to paper submissions in October 2016 and May 2017 but I continuously contributed to GPUGRID even with increasing throughput since then - still I am not even amongst those having contributed to the 2018 Martinez-Rosell paper (submitted in October 2017 already), although statistically speaking this appears to make rather little sense if I compare the computational efforts of my machines to those who successfully got the badge - especially at the lower end of contribution throughput.

Is there something wrong or am I just extremely unlucky? ;-)

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P.S.: Please take this as anything but criticism. ;-) In fact, GPUGRID is one of the few DC projects where contributers can really find out about their machine's scientific contributions...
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Message 52154 - Posted: 27 Jun 2019 | 23:06:47 UTC - in response to Message 51480.

Michael,
Did you ever receive any sort of response to your question... perhaps in a private message?
I also wonder about the accuracy of the contribution reporting -- although, like you, I appreciate this feature of GpuGrid very much.
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Message 52188 - Posted: 5 Jul 2019 | 11:54:50 UTC - in response to Message 52154.

Michael,
Did you ever receive any sort of response to your question... perhaps in a private message?

Unfortunately, not.

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Message 52214 - Posted: 9 Jul 2019 | 11:46:50 UTC

I also noticed with the addition of this new study that others have a badge for a study in 2018 of which I contributed heavily to but it seems I do not have this badge.

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Message 52220 - Posted: 9 Jul 2019 | 23:33:38 UTC - in response to Message 52214.

I also noticed with the addition of this new study that others have a badge for a study in 2018 of which I contributed heavily to but it seems I do not have this badge.


I don't see it either. If users like Stoneageman, Retvari Zoltan or you don't have it then I doubt anyone does. It's not on the science page either.

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Message 52221 - Posted: 10 Jul 2019 | 1:49:15 UTC

Zoltan, Stoneageman, jjch and most others have the 2018 Study by Ferruz

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Message 52224 - Posted: 10 Jul 2019 | 9:59:27 UTC - in response to Message 52221.
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Zoltan, Stoneageman, jjch and most others have the 2018 Study by Ferruz


The one you mentioned by Ferruz:
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-19345-7
Dopamine D3 receptor antagonist reveals a cryptic pocket in aminergic GPCRs

The recent one by Kapoor is different
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-11483-8
Dynamic and Kinetic Elements of µ-Opioid Receptor Functional Selectivity

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Message 52225 - Posted: 10 Jul 2019 | 11:01:59 UTC
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Yes I received the one by Kapoor but not Ferruz or Martinez-Rosell.

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Message 52251 - Posted: 14 Jul 2019 | 7:33:35 UTC - in response to Message 52225.

Yes I received the one by Kapoor but not Ferruz or Martinez-Rosell.

Same over here despite heavyloads of continuous contributions throughout recent years. I also remember having worked massively on DOERR tasks.

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Message 52256 - Posted: 14 Jul 2019 | 9:21:09 UTC - in response to Message 52251.
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Yes I received the one by Kapoor but not Ferruz or Martinez-Rosell.

Same over here despite heavyloads of continuous contributions throughout recent years. I also remember having worked massively on DOERR tasks.

Michael.

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at least in regard to the 2018 jobs... seems there will be a fix soon
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Message 52530 - Posted: 26 Aug 2019 | 18:10:52 UTC - in response to Message 48079.
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The state of affairs in scientific publishing is indeed questionable... Some of our publications are here though.


Hi Toni,

"questionable": it is a nice way to say that...

1. I have friends in a french research center (CBIB -INRA CNRS - Bioinfo studies) so I can have access if I want
2. If we don't have a serious knowledge on the matter, it's really hard to read (understand) (this is my case). So, few people are concerned.
=> But still, may be YOU (the university Pompeu Fabra) can give access (like my friend in the CBIB team) to the publication for the crunchers who participaded on. I don't know the law on this matter and may be my friend make something illegal when they give me a publication I asked for.

But well, before working on the law, put Turing and Linux support on the run, I would like to participate again :D

PS: the second link is down

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