The Research Organization Registry is a community-led project to develop an open, sustainable, usable, and unique identifier for every research organization in the world.
DOI content negotiation allows you to retrieve DOI metadata from most DOI Registration Agencies in different formats. A content negotiated request to a DOI resolver is very similar to a standard HTTP request, but based on the list of acceptable content types.
Reference linking enables researchers to follow a link from the reference list to other full-text documents, helping them to make connections and discover new things. To link references, you don’t need to be a Crossref member. Reference linking means including Crossref DOIs (displayed as URLs) when you create your citation list. This enables researchers to follow a link from a reference list to other full-text documents, helping them to make connections and discover new things....
The Funder Registry and associated funding metadata allows everyone to have transparency into research funding and its outcomes. It’s an open and unique registry of persistent identifiers for grant-giving organizations around the world.
The DataCite GraphQL API support queries of the DataCite API using the GraphQL query language. DataCite DOIs describe resources such as datasets, samples, software, and publications with rich metadata. An important part of this metadata is the description of connections between resources that use persistent identifiers (PIDs) provided by DataCite and others (Crossref, ORCID, ROR, ISNI, IGSN, etc.). Together these resources and their connections form a graph, the PID Graph.
Metadata provenance is describing the history of a particular DataCite DOI metadata record, i.e. what changes were made when and by whom. This information is stored and provided via an API for all DataCite DOI registrations since March 2019.
Event Data is a joint service by Crossref and Datacite to collect and expose links to Crossref and DataCite DOIs. For DataCite DOIs Event Data provides links to other DOIs from DataCite, Crossref, or other DOI registration agencies, as well as usage statistics sent to DataCite as usage reports. The DataCite REST and GraphQL APIs provide a query API for the Event Data service, and allows users to retrieve events filtered by DOI or DOI...
The DataCite OAI-PMH Provider exposes metadata stored in the DataCite Metadata Store (MDS) using the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH). OAI-PMH provides a set of services that enables exposure and harvesting of repository metadata.
This registry provides an overview of services related to Persistent Identifiers (PIDs). The PID Services Registry is maintained by DataCite and was developed within the European Commission-funded FREYA project.
Within the Dutch research Research Information infrastructure, universities and other major research institutes use an URN:NBN to identify objects in their institutional repositories. The Dutch National Library (KB) archives all objects for long term preservation purpuse. Plans are made to put both locations (local and KB) in the National Resolver to guarantee persistent access.
The collective power of our members’ metadata is available to use through a variety of tools and APIs—allowing anyone to search and reuse the metadata in sophisticated ways.
N2T.net is both a meta-resolver and the global ARK resolver. N2T, which stands for Name-to-Thing, is a generalized resolver for mapping names into things, so it knows where to route over 600 other types of identifier – ARK, DOI, PMID, Taxon, PDB, ISSN, etc. A request comes in from the general public as a URL consisting of "https://n2t.net/" followed by an identifier (name). N2T looks up that identifier and redirects the original link to a...
The ARDC DOI Service enables Australian Research organisations to mint and manage DOIs for data and associated workflows, software, models, and grey literature.
A service provided by Crossref and powered by iThenticate—Similarity Check provides editors with a user-friendly tool to help detect plagiarism. Our Similarity Check service helps Crossref members prevent scholarly and professional plagiarism by providing immediate feedback regarding a manuscript’s similarity to other published academic and general web content, through reduced-rate access to the iThenticate text comparison software from Turnitin.
Cited-by shows how work has been received by the wider community; displaying the number of times it has been cited, and linking to the citing content. Researchers cite other people’s work to acknowledge the material they used when writing their own paper. It’s useful to see which articles go on to cite the paper you’re reading, and how it may have built on or challenged its ideas.
Repository Finder can help you find an appropriate repository to deposit your research data. You can find repositories by searching by keywords or using the list of repositories recommended by the Enabling FAIR Data Project or FAIRsFAIR Project.
The CERN Document Server (CDS) is CERN's institutional repository that provides archival, search and collaborative tools to manage collections of documents produced at CERN. The collections include HEP documents, Multimedia documents, Bulletins, Administrative (Directorate, HR, Finance) documents, EU Project documents (OpenAire, EMi), Library and Project document types, among others.