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A common API for retrieving DataCite Metadata

Martin Fenner
Today we are launching a new version of the DataCite API at http://api.datacite.org. This new version includes numerous bug fixes and now includes related resources (e.g. data centers, members or contributors) according to the JSONAPI spec. The changelog...

Auto-Update Has Arrived!

Martin Fenner
This post has been cross-posted from the ORCID blog. We will follow up with a blog post later this week explaining the DataCite auto-update implementation. Since ORCID’s inception, our key goal has been to unambiguously identify researchers and provide...

Adding References to the DataCite Blog

Martin Fenner
We launched this blog six weeks ago on a hosted version of Ghost, the open source blogging platform. Ghost doesn’t have all the features of Wordpress or other more mature blogging platforms, but it is a pleasure to use. The other alternative would...

Persistent Identifiers: Enabling Services for Data Intensive Research

Martin Fenner
Yesterday DataCite and ePIC co-hosted the workshop Persistent Identifiers: Enabling Services for Data Intensive Research. Below is a short summary of the tweets, all using the hashtag #pid_paris. Full room to discuss Persistent Identifiers for Data...

Zotero for Data Repositories Webinar

Laura Rueda
On May 17, 2016, DataCite continued our monthly webinar series with Sebastian Karcher, Associate Director of the Qualitative Data Repository (QDR) at Syracuse University, presenting on Zotero for data repositories. Sebastian is an expert in scholarly...

The Tsinghua University Library joins DataCite

Laura Rueda
DataCite is delighted to welcome the Tsinghua University Library to the DataCite community! The Tsinghua University Library supports the University’s mission of education and research. It engages with the ongoing environment to deliver world-class...

Recap: Persistent Identifiers in Paris

Patricia Cruse
In late September DataCite and ePIC co-hosted a conference, Persistent Identifiers: Enabling Services for Data Intensive Research, in Paris on the Monday before the RDA Sixth Plenary meeting. It was a great way to kick-off a busy week of data conversations...

Welcome United States Geological Survey (USGS)

Patricia Cruse
DataCite is pleased to welcome USGS to the DataCite community. USGS is one of the largest government scientific agencies in the world and was created by an act of the US Congress over 125 years ago. With vast holdings in Earth and biological data,...

Data catalog cards: simplifying article/data linking

Martin Fenner
Data citation is core to DataCite’s mission and DataCite is involved in several projects that try to facilitate data citation, including THOR, Data Citation Implementation Pilot (DCIP), Research Data Alliance (RDA), and COPDESS. The biggest roadblock...

General Assembly 2016, moving DataCite forward

Patricia Cruse
In late February, twenty-four of DataCite’s twenty-seven members gathered in Amsterdam for our annual Strategy Meeting and General Assembly. DataCite members are the voting body of the organisation and work directly with data centers and the data sharing...

DataCite is Hiring an Application Developer

Martin Fenner
As DataCite's Technical Director I am very excited to announce that DataCite is looking for an application developer to strengthen our technical team. Working for DataCite is an opportunity to work on interesting development work around scholarly infrastructure...

To better understand research communication, we need a GROUPID (group object identifier)

Daniel S. Katz
The following is a guest post by Daniel S. Katz, cross-posted from his blog. After a number of general discussions in the research communication community, mostly focused on software citation, and then a few separate discussions with Anita Bandrowski...

From Pilot to Service

Martin Fenner
Today I am pleased to announce the launch of a new service, DataCite Labs Search – the service is available immediately at http://search.labs.datacite.org/. This is one of THOR’s first services and is based on work in the earlier EC-funded ODIN Project...

Announcing Our New Application Developer

Martin Fenner & Kristian Garza
DataCite is pleased to welcome Kristian Garza to our team. Kristian is our new application developer and he comes to DataCite with a wealth of experience in Open Science, web development, and data repositories. Get to know him better via this interview...

Cool DOI's

Martin Fenner

Get involved in the DataCite Community!

Patricia Cruse
DataCite is a community driven organization, and we encourage involvement from people that share our data sharing vision. Over the past year, DataCite has seen a tremendous amount of growth and uptake in the use of DataCite DOIs...

Tip: Getting data into Impactstory but not your ORCID profile

Lars Juhl Jensen
The following is a guest post by Lars Juhl Jensen, cross-posted from his blog. I use Impactstory to track altmetrics for my publications. I believe they did the right thing by not asking me to maintain yet another online profile and instead building...

Happy Birthday ORCID

Martin Fenner
Three years ago today Open Researcher & Contributor ID (ORCID) launched its service at the Outreach Meeting in Berlin. One of many tweets from the launch day: Congrats to (???) the ORCID registry is live (http://t.co/2lxn0nLa) NPG is a proud launch...

Our New Website: Dynamic, Responsive and Adapted to your Needs

Laura Rueda
We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new website: www.datacite.org! Our website is the central place for information about DataCite and we love the new look! It has become the hub for all our services and now it delivers our latest news...

Contributor Information in DataCite Metadata

Martin Fenner
The Force11 Joint Declaration of Data Citation Principles highlight the importance of giving scholarly credit to all contributors: Data citations should facilitate giving scholarly credit and normative and legal attribution to all contributors to the...

2016 in review

Laura Rueda
2016 has been a year of many changes at DataCite. Since the (already not-so-new!) team joined in late 2015, DataCite has become a more dynamic and highly engaged organisation. Structural, technical and cultural changes have helped us see our biggest...

When Counting is Hard

Jennifer Lin
This is a guest post by Jennifer Lin, project manager for the Making Data Count project, and since last week CrossRef Director of Product Management. Counting is hard. But when it comes to research data, not in the way we thought it was (example 1...

Announcing the DataCite Blog Relaunch

Martin Fenner
The DataCite blog has migrated to a new platform, from a hosted version at Ghost to a self-hosted version using Jekyll. The main reason for this change is that it gives us more control over the formatting of blog posts. The migration was easy as both...

Announcing the DataCite Profiles Service

Martin Fenner
DataCite Labs today is launching the DataCite Profiles service, a central place for users to sign in with DataCite, using their ORCID credentials. The first version of DataCite Profiles focusses on integration with ORCID via the Search & Link and

DataCite Metadata Schema 4.0 Webinar

Laura Rueda
On June 30th, 2016, DataCite organised a webinar to introduce the community to the new version of its metadata schema developed by DataCite’s Metadata Working Group. and support the different integrators interested in migrating to the new schema. http...

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  • Dryad Digital Repository
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  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications
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  • Novo Nordisk Foundation
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