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Contributor Information in DataCite Metadata

Martin Fenner
The Force11 Joint Declaration of Data Citation Principles (Data Citation Synthesis Group, 2014) highlight the importance of giving scholarly credit to all contributors: Data citations should facilitate giving scholarly credit and normative and legal...

Data-Driven Development

Martin Fenner

DOI Registrations for Software

Martin Fenner, Daniel S. Katz, Lars Holm Nielsen & Arfon Smith
We know that software is important in research, and some of us in the scholarly communications community, for example, in FORCE11, have been pushing the concept of software citation as a method to allow software developers and maintainers to get academic...

Welcome Helena Cousijn - DataCite’s Director of Community Engagement and Communications

Patricia Cruse
We’re pleased to announce that Helena Cousijn has joined our team, bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge to her position as DataCite’s Director of Community Engagement and Communications. Prior to joining DataCite, Helena worked as Senior Product...

Presenting PIDapalooza 2019!

Helena Cousijn
PIDapalooza, the open festival of persistent identifiers is back and it’s better than ever. Mark your calendar for Dublin, Ireland, January 23-24, 2019 – and send us your session ideas by September 21. Yes, it’s back and – with your support – it’s...

Data citation: let’s do this!

Helena Cousijn & Rachael Lammey
Data citation is seen as one of the most important ways to establish data as a first-class scientific output. At Crossref and DataCite, we are seeing growth in journal articles and other content types citing data, and datasets making the link the other...

Why Data Citation matters to publishers and data repositories

Helena Cousijn & Rachael Lammey
A couple of weeks ago we shared with you that data citation is here, and that you can start doing data citation today. But why would you want to? There are always so many priorities, why should this be at the top of the list? I’m sure you heard this...

Introducing DataCite JSON

Martin Fenner
All DataCite DOIs have associated metadata, described in the DataCite Metadata Schema Documentation (DataCite Metadata Working Group (2017)), validated and stored as XML in the DataCite Metadata Store (MDS). These metadata are then made available via...

Next steps for the Organization ID Initiative: Report from the Stakeholder Meeting

Laure Haak, Patricia Cruse & Ed Pentz
This blog post by Laure Haak, Ed Pentz and Trisha Cruse was cross-posted from the ORCID blog. On 22 January, ORCID, DataCite and Crossref co-hosted an Organization ID Stakeholders meeting. The meeting marked a transition from the work of the Organization...

Welcome to the DataCite Team, Richard!

Martin Fenner & Richard Hallett
DataCite is pleased to welcome Richard Hallett to our team. Richard joined DataCite as application developer in December. Get to know him better via this interview. Richard Hallett Can you tell us a little bit about what you did before you started...

Announcing DataCite DOI Fabrica

Martin Fenner
Today DataCite is launching DOI Fabrica, the next generation of DataCite’s DOI registration service, replacing the Metadata Store (MDS). This is the biggest and most important product release DataCite has done in many years, and the result of nine...

DC2AP and DC2RDF Webinar

Laura Rueda
As we have talked about before, the DataCite Metadata Working Group has prepared a DataCite to Dublin Core application profile (DC2AP) and an ontology (DC2RDF) and is currently running a public review to become a DCMI Community Specification. Two weeks...

Register DOIs with the new Fabrica form!

Robin Dasler
Announcement of the release of the DOI registration form in DataCite DOI Fabrica.

Metrics for Characterizing Metadata Collections

Ted Habermann
This is a guest blog post written by Ted Habermann, Director of Business and Community Development for The HDF Group. Dr. Habermann is currently leading International Standards Organization (ISO) projects developing XML Schema and transforms for ISO...

Google Dataset Search Webinar - everything you always wanted to know about Google Dataset Search

Natasha Noy, Helena Cousijn, Mary Hirsch & Martin Fenner
DataCite Blog

DataCite 2018 Wrap-up and 2019 Preview

Robin Dasler
First, a big pat on the back for last year 2018 saw a lot of changes at DataCite. We went from 5 employees to 8, and we released several new things, both visible and not-so-visible. Here are the highlights from a product release perspective. DOI and...

Link checker is here

Robin Dasler
DataCite is pleased to announce our newest service. The link checker is here! Many of you have asked for an automated link checking service to help you maintain your DOI records, and it’s now out of the box and ready for Providers to use. The link...

Three new DOI Fabrica features to simplify account management

Kristian Garza
Last month we launched DOI Fabrica, the modernized version of the DataCite Metadata Store (MDS) web frontend. It is the one place for DataCite providers and their clients to create, find, connect and track every single DOI from their organization....

COUNTER Code of Practice for Data Usage Draft Update

Daniella Lowenberg
Cross-posted from the Make Data Count blog. As a research and scholarly communications community, we value methods to gauge the impact of research outputs, and we do this in the forms of citations and downloads. But, until now this has been limited...

Org ID: a recap and a hint of things to come

John Chodacki, Patricia Cruse, Ed Pentz & Laure Haak
The Org ID Working Group has put our time and energy into defining requirements for an open organization identifier and outlining a path forward for launching a project for our communities to leverage. As the working group chair, I wanted to provide...

Taking discoverability to the next level: datasets with DataCite DOIs can now be found through Google Dataset Search

Helena Cousijn, Patricia Cruse & Martin Fenner
DataCite Blog

COUNTER Code of Practice for Research Data Usage Metrics release 1

Martin Fenner
DataCite Blog

Making testing simpler: our new approach to test accounts

Robin Dasler
DataCite Blog

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Affiliations

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    34
  • California Digital Library
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  • Crossref
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  • Google
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  • Springer Nature
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  • European Organization for Nuclear Research
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  • University of California, Santa Barbara
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  • Space Telescope Science Institute
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  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications
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  • ORCID
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