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Fabrica Now Supports Even More Metadata

Robin Dasler
Today, DataCite is very pleased to announce a major update to the DOI Fabrica form. With this update, you can now add metadata for every possible property in the entire DataCite Metadata Schema. While it was always possible to add all of the required...

ORCID DE 2 - Konsolidierung der ORCID-Informationsinfrastruktur in Deutschland

Roland Bertelmann, Patricia Cruse, Elisabeth Niggemann, Dirk Pieper & Irina Sens
This document is a shortened version of the project proposal.

Vision 2020

Matt Buys
A new year, a new decade. Since our founding in 2009, DataCite has collaborated closely with the research community to expand our services, increase our membership, and promote an open culture of data sharing. As a global leader in the field of research data, we embrace the opportunity to further develop and promote the research infrastructure of the future by engaging with our members, taking a multidisciplinary approach to research data, and cultivating the technical...

Our community driven approach and recent team changes

Matt Buys
As we continue to evolve, our community remains at the core of everything that we do at DataCite. Our team is committed to delivering our promise of the DataCite mission. Recently we have had some changes in our team. Robin (Product Strategy & Analysis...

DataCite Registered Service Providers: Providing DOI registration functionality to DataCite Members

Robin Dasler & Helena Cousijn
We recognize that as a community-driven organization, our Members make use of various platforms or systems to help them manage their DOI workflow. Many of our Members make use of repository platforms, CRIS systems or other services. In order to better...

Meet the first DataCite intern!

Veronica Gomes Ferreira
Hello! This is the newest addition to DataCite, I am the new intern! I am very excited to be here and full of energy to learn from and provide support to the DataCite Community. I am in my final year of the bachelor’s program International Studies...

The Annual DataCite Member Meeting 2020

Mary Hirsch
DataCite is a global community made up of members across the world. This has been an unprecedented year, but we didn’t want to let that stop us from hosting our annual member meeting. The only difference is that this year, like many meetings and conferences...

Party with PIDapalooza (virtually) in 2021

Helena Cousijn
PIDapalooza is going online in 2021! We wish we could all be together in person for the fifth (!) festival of persistent identifiers, but we’re excited to bring the world’s largest—and longest—virtual PID party directly to your desk, your couch, your...

Working at the intersection of people and technology

Elizabeth Krznarich
Hi there! I’m the latest addition to the DataCite team in the role of Adoption Manager for ROR and DataCite. An ardent open knowledge and persistent identifier enthusiast, I spent the past 6 years at ORCID wearing hats ranging from member support...

Powering the PID Graph: announcing the DataCite GraphQL API

Martin Fenner
Today DataCite launches a new API that powers the PID Graph, the graph formed by scholarly resources described by persistent identifiers (PIDs) and the connections between them. The API is powered by GraphQL, a widely adopted Open Source technology...

The new Product Engineering team at DataCite

Sarala Wimalaratne

DataCite is Hiring an Application Developer

Martin Fenner
DataCite is looking for a full-stack application developer to join the DataCite development team. DataCite is a leading global non-profit organization that provides persistent identifiers (DOIs) for research. DataCite was founded in 2009 to support...

The new DataCite Membership and Fees Model

Helena Cousijn
As a membership organization, members are at the core of everything we do and it is important that we work collectively on DataCite’s strategy and long term sustainability. Over the last year, following the October 2018 board meeting, we have been...

DataCite works on ROR in second German ORCID project

Helena Cousijn & Martin Fenner

Reflecting on 2020

Matt Buys
As 2020 comes to a close, we reflect back on a year of global uncertainty and many challenges faced by our entire community. It can only be described as a year of the unexpected, and it demonstrated the importance of communities working together. Despite...

DataCite's First Virtual Member Meetings

Mary Hirsch
Humanity will remember 2020 for lots of reasons. Maybe one of them will be that it was the year that conferences and meetings around the globe went online. Maybe this trend won't last, but for many, the challenge of bringing together communities to...

DataCite Commons at your service

Martin Fenner
DataCite and the FREYA project partners are proud to announce the official launch of DataCite Commons today. DataCite Commons is the web interface to explore the PID Graph, formed by the publications, datasets, research software, and other research...

Announcing the new Member API

Martin Fenner
When we launched the new version of the OAI-PMH service in November (Hallett (2019)), and retired Solr (used by the old OAI-PMH service) in December, we completed the transition to Elasticsearch as our search index, and the REST API as our main API...

German Research Foundation to fund new services of re3data

Helena Cousijn & Martin Fenner

Introducing the PID Services Registry

Richard Hallett
We are pleased to announce the launch of the new persistent identifier (PID) services registry available at https://pidservices.org, a new service to find services built upon different PIDs from core technology providers and those who integrate from...

\"PIDs for instruments: a way forward\"

Matt Buys, Robin Dasler & Martin Fenner
As a community-driven organization, we continue to focus and explore use cases with our members. The persistent identification and citation of scientific instruments is a particular use case that continues to gain momentum across community stakeholders...

Making the most out of available Metadata

Martin Fenner
Metadata are essential for finding, accessing, and reusing scholarly content, i.e. to increase the FAIRness [Wilkinson et al. (2016)] of datasets and other scholarly resources. A rich and standardized metadata schema that is widely used is the first...

Welcome Suzanne to the DataCite Team!

Suzanne Vogt & Martin Fenner
DataCite is pleased to welcome Suzanne Vogt to our team. Suzanne joined DataCite as an application developer in November 2020. Can you tell us a little bit about what you did before you started working for DataCite? I have been a software developer...

Datacite Citation Display: Unlocking Data Citations

Kristian Garza
Are published datasets actually being cited? It's a question that must cross the mind of any avid reader of this blog at least once. We have talked about data citation plenty on this blog. Often, though, we talk about the links between academic resources and datasets — the kind of links collected by our Event Data Service. Many of these links between articles and datasets can be regarded as data citations, but not all....

Making Data Discoverable Through Better Metadata

Robin Dasler & Helena Cousijn
As the world continues to feel the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, access to reliable scientific information is more important than ever. DataCite’s mission is to provide the means to create, find, cite, connect, and use research. DataCite members...

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