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Eating your own Dog Food

Martin Fenner
Eating your own dog food is a slang term to describe that an organization should itself use the products and services it provides. For DataCite this means that we should use DOIs with appropriate metadata and strategies for long-term preservation for...

DataCite Blog

Patricia Cruse, Laura Rueda, Kristian Garza & Martin Fenner
DataCite staff writes about topics relevant to DataCite members and the wider data citation community.

DataCite Metadata Schema for the Publication and Citation of Research Data v2.0

DataCite Metadata Working Group
1 Introduction 1.1 The DataCite Consortium 1.2 The Metadata Schema 1.3 A Note about DataCite DOI registration 1.4 Final Thoughts 2 DataCite Metadata Properties 2.1 Overview 2.2 Citation 2.3 DataCite Mandatory Properties 2.4 DataCite Optional Properties 3 XML Example 4 XML Schema Appendices

DataCite Metadata Schema Documentation for the Publication and Citation of Research Data v4.2

DataCite Metadata Working Group
1 Introduction 1.1 The DataCite Consortium 1.2 DataCite Community Participation 1.3 The Metadata Schema 1.4 Version 4.2 Update 2 DataCite Metadata Properties 2.1 Overview 2.2 Citation 2.3 DataCite Properties 3 XML Example 4 XML Schema 5 Other DataCite Services Appendices Appendix 1: Controlled List Definitions Appendix 2: Earlier Version Update Notes Appendix 3: Standard values for unknown information Appendix 4: Version 4.1 Changes in support of software citation Appendix 5: FORCE11 Software Citation Principles Mapping

Technical Considerations for an Organization Identifier Registry

Martin Fenner, Laura Paglione, Tom Demeranville & Geoff Bilder
Organizational identifiers are needed to help solve the affiliation use case in scholarlycommunication, i.e., which research outputs are produced by researchers affiliated to aparticular institution. Organizations need to be involved in changes to the organization identifierand associated metadata, including splitting or merging of organizations, and information aboutsub-organizations. Organizational identifiers must follow established best practices forpersistent identifiers, including the linking to other organization identifiers and other resources inthe metadata. This paper was prepared jointly by Crossref,...

DataCite Metadata Schema for the Publication and Citation of Research Data v3.1

DataCite Metadata Working Group
1 Introduction 1.1 The DataCite Consortium 1.2 DataCite Community Participation 1.3 The Metadata Schema 1.4 Version 3.1 Update 2 DataCite Metadata Properties 2.1 Overview 2.2 Citation 2.3 DataCite Properties 3 XML Example 4 XML Schema 5 Other DataCite Services Appendices Appendix 1: Controlled List Definitions Appendix 2: Earlier Version Update Notes

Organization Identifier Project: A Way Forward

Patricia Cruse, Laure Haak & Ed Pentz
There is a community need for an independent, open, non-profit organization identifier registry. This framing document, prepared by the Executive Directors of Crossref, DataCite, and ORCID, suggests a way to move forward. We propose forming a Working Group to develop a plan for the operation and governance of a registry. In developing this document we pulled from our own experiences in building and maintaining open identifier registries and recent thinking on the topic of open...

DataCite Metadata Schema Documentation for the Publication and Citation of Research Data v4.0

DataCite Metadata Working Group
1 Introduction 1.1 The DataCite Consortium 1.2 DataCite Community Participation 1.3 The Metadata Schema 1.4 Version 4.0 Update 2 DataCite Metadata Properties 2.1 Overview 2.2 Citation 2.3 DataCite Properties 3 XML Example 4 XML Schema 5 Other DataCite Services Appendices Appendix 1: Controlled List Definitions Appendix 2: Earlier Version Update Notes

Organisation identifiers: current provider survey

Geoffrey Bilder, Josh Brown & Tom Demeranville
This document is based on an analysis of the current landscape of Organisational Identifierprovision, conducted during the second quarter of 2016 by Geoffrey Bilder (Crossref) andaugmented by further research conducted by Josh Brown and Tom Demeranville (ORCID).This public discussion paper has been prepared as a complement to the OrganisationIdentifier requirements document published by Crossref, DataCite and ORCID in March2016. It informs our analysis of the current landscape of identifer provision, and is intendedto be read...

DataCite Metadata Schema for the Publication and Citation of Research Data v2.1

DataCite Metadata Working Group
1 Introduction 1.1 The DataCite Consortium 1.2 The Metadata Schema 1.3 A Note about DataCite DOI registration 1.4 Final Thoughts 1.5 Version 2.1 Update 2 DataCite Metadata Properties 2.1 Overview 2.2 Citation 2.3 DataCite Mandatory Properties 2.4 DataCite Optional Properties 3 XML Example 4 XML Schema Appendices

DataCite Metadata Schema Documentation for the Publication and Citation of Research Data v4.1

DataCite Metadata Working Group
1 Introduction1.1 The DataCite Consortium1.2 DataCite Community Participation1.3 The Metadata Schema1.4 Version 4.1 Update2 DataCite Metadata Properties2.1 Overview2.2 Citation2.3 DataCite Properties3 XML Example4 XML Schema5 Other DataCite ServicesAppendicesAppendix 1: Controlled List DefinitionsAppendix 2: Earlier Version Update NotesAppendix 3: Standard values for unknown informationAppendix 4: Version 4.1 Changes in support of software citationAppendix 5: FORCE11 Software Citation Principles Mapping

Business Models Principles

DataCite Business Practices Working Group
1 Introduction 2 Research Data 3 Allocation Agency Responsibilities 3.1 Contracts 3.2 Services offered 3.3 Costs and fee schedules 3.4 Prefixes 4 DataCite client responsibilities 4.1 Commitment to data persistence 4.2 Metadata 4.3 Landing Pages 4.4 Tombstone Pages 4.5 Granularity of Data 4.6 DOI Syntax

DataCite Metadata Schema for the Publication and Citation of Research Data v3.0

DataCite Metadata Working Group
1 Introduction 1.1 The DataCite Consortium 1.2 DataCite Community Participation 1.3 The Metadata Schema 1.4 Version 3 Update 2 DataCite Metadata Properties 2.1 Overview 2.2 Citation 2.3 DataCite Properties 3 XML Example 4 XML Schema 5 Other DataCite Services Appendices Appendix 1: Controlled List Definitions Appendix 2: Earlier Version Update Notes

DataCite Metadata Schema for the Publication and Citation of Research Data v2.2

DataCite Metadata Working Group
1 Introduction 1.1 The DataCite Consortium 1.2 The Metadata Schema 1.3 A Note about DataCite DOI registration 1.4 Final Thoughts 1.5 Version 2.1 Update 1.6 Version 2.2 Update 2 DataCite Metadata Properties 2.1 Overview 2.2 Citation 2.3 DataCite Mandatory Properties 2.4 DataCite Optional Properties 3 XML Example 4 XML Schema Appendices

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