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Reference Lists and Tables of Content

Martin Fenner
Geoff Bilder from CrossRef likes to show the following slide at scholarly conferences, and then asks the audience what they see: Most of us probably immediately recognize this document as a scholarly article. This immediate recognition includes essential...

Using Schema.org for DOI Registration

Martin Fenner
Two weeks ago we started assigning DOIs to every post on this blog (Fenner, 2016c). The process we implemented uses a new command line utility and integrates well with our the publishing workflow, with (almost) no extra effort compared to how we published...

OAI-PMH Service Updates

Richard Hallett

A Lens on DataCite Open Hours

Mary Hirsch
As a membership organization we take our community engagement activities very seriously. We jump at the chance to interact with our members, whether it be at conferences, steering group meetings, our general assembly, or during DataCite Open Hours.

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...

Leave us feedback on our new roadmap

Robin Dasler
We As some of you may have seen at our last open hours, our roadmap has a new look. The previous version was fed directly from our GitHub milestones. This meshed nicely with how we operate at DataCite, but we heard from many of you that GitHub wasn...

DataCite is Hiring another Application Developer

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

One step closer towards instant DOI search results

Kristian Garza
You might be wondering, what this pink and green picture illustrates? A few months ago we couldn’t show you this picture; the data that we used to created it, did not exist. And the answer to what this illustrates – this is simply a distorted version...

DataCite Welcomes TIND

Patricia Cruse
As we mentioned in our last blog post, DataCite recently changed its membership model, and we now invite members from all types of organisations to join DataCite. As a result, we are happy to announce that several organisations have joined DataCite...

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...

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...

Create DOIs with the REST API

Robin Dasler
DataCite Blog

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

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

Thinking about CSV

Martin Fenner
This week some of us from DataCite are attending CSVconf in Berlin, and we are a conference sponsor and co-organizer. csv,conf is a non-profit community conference run by some folks who really love data and sharing knowledge. If you are as passionate...

Announcing schema 4.2

Robin Dasler & Madeleine de Smaele
The DataCite Metadata Schema is the basis for the metadata you submit to DataCite. It tells you the available fields and structure for your metadata records, and it’s what we validate against to make sure everything is as it should be. The metadata...

Using Jupyter Notebooks with GraphQL and the PID Graph

Martin Fenner
Two weeks ago DataCite announced the pre-release version of a GraphQL API [Fenner (2019)]. GraphQL simplifies complex queries that for example want to retrieve information about the authors, funding and data citations for a dataset with a DataCite...

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...

Make Data Count: Building a System to Support Recognition of Data as a First Class Research Output

Laura Rueda
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has made a 2-year, $747K award to the California Digital Library, DataCite and DataONE to support collection of usage and citation metrics for data objects. Building on pilot work, this award will result in the launch...

DataCite to Dublin Core application profile (DC2AP)

Laura Rueda
The DataCite Metadata Working Group has prepared a DataCite to Dublin Core application profile (DC2AP) and would love to hear your comments about it! DataCite loves Dublin Core The profile will help you building Dublin Core compatible DataCite metadata...

The OI Project gets underway planning an Open Organization Identifier Registry

Patricia Cruse
At the end of October 2016, Crossref, DataCite, and ORCID reported on collaboration in the area of organization identifiers (Fenner, 2016). We issued three papers (G. Bilder, Brown, & Demeranville, 2016; Cruse, Haak, & Pentz, 2016; Fenner, Paglione...

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...

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....

The DataCite GraphQL API is now open for (pre-release) business

Martin Fenner
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...

Mysteries in Reference Lists

Martin Fenner
On Tuesday the journal PLOS ONE celebrated its 10th anniversary (see blog post by PLOS ONE Editor-in-Chief Jörg Heber and blog post by PLOS ONE Managing Editor Iratxe Puebla and PLOS Advocacy Director Catriona MacCallum). PLOS ONE (and PLOS) have changed...

Register DOIs with the new Fabrica form!

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

Registration Year

  • 2016
    44
  • 2017
    13
  • 2018
    34
  • 2019
    28

Resource Types

  • Text
    119

Affiliations

  • DataCite
    119
  • Crossref
    5
  • California Digital Library
    5
  • ORCID
    3
  • Delft University of Technology
    2
  • Google (United States)
    1
  • European Organization for Nuclear Research
    1
  • Swinburne University of Technology
    1
  • Space Telescope Science Institute
    1
  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications
    1
  • Purdue University System
    1