2013 CrossRef Annual Meeting Strategic Update Geoffrey Bilder

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2013 CrossRef Annual Meeting Strategic Update Geoffrey Bilder

  1. 1. Strategic Initiatives Update Cambridge, MA 2013 Geoffrey Bilder Director of Strategic Initiatives
  2. 2. Strategic Initiatives Lifecycle
  3. 3. OpCit AltMetrics
  4. 4. The Problem
  5. 5. Institute * Channel View Publications, Ltd * Chartered Institution Of Building Service Engineers * Chattagram Maa-O-Shishu Hospital Medical College * Chelonian Conservation And Biology Journal * Chelonian Research Foundation * Chem-Bio Informatics Society * Chemical Engineering Diponegoro University * Chemical Science Transactions * Chemical Society Of Japan * Chiang Mai University * Children, Youth And Environments Center * Chimera Innova Group * China Agricultural University * China Communications Magazine, Co., Ltd. * China Journal Of Chinese Materia Medica * China Petroleum Industry Press * China Science Publishing & Media Ltd. * Chinese Astronomical Society * Chinese Birds * Chinese Birds (Press) * Chinese Civilisation Centre * Chinese Geoscience Union * Chinese Institute Of Automation Engineers (Ciae) * Chinese Journal Of Mechanical Engineering * Chinese Mathematical Society * Chinese Physical Society * Chinese Physiological Society * Chinese Society Of Theoretical And Applied Mechanics * Chonnam National University Medical School (Kamje) * Christ University Bangalore *
  6. 6. • All parties would benefit from support of standard APIs and data representations in order to enable TDM across both open access and subscription-based publishers. • Subscription-based publishers find it impractical to negotiate multiple bilateral agreements with thousands of researchers and institutions in order to authorize TDM of subscribed content. • Researchers find it impractical to negotiate multiple bilateral agreements with hundreds of subscriptionbased publishers in order to authorize TDM of subscribed content.
  7. 7. The Proposed Solution
  8. 8. Common API
  9. 9. Common API Summary • Content Negotiation (Required) • New Metadata (Required) • • • Full text URIs License URIs Rate Limiting Headers (optional)
  10. 10. Click-Through License Service (Optional)
  11. 11. What the publisher sees
  12. 12. What the researcher sees
  13. 13. Research queries DOI using CN + API token Publisher verifies API token with Prospect (frequency at publisher discretion) If token verified AND access control allows, publisher returns full text
  14. 14. Current State
  15. 15. Prospect Working Group • AAAS: Walter Jones, Stewart Wills, Deborah Rivera-Wienhold • American Institute of Physics: Evan Owens, • American Physical Society: Mark Doyle • Elsevier: Chris Shillum, Ale de Vries • HighWire: John Sack, Craig Jurney • Institute of Physics Publishing: Graham McCann, James Walker • Springer: Chinchu Ann Belarmin, Michiel van der Heyden • Taylor & Francis: Gillian Howcroft • Walter de Gruyter: Bettina de Keijzer • Wiley: Edward Wates, Alan Bacon • CrossRef: Geoffrey Bilder, Chuck Koscher, Ed Pentz, Carol Meyer, Kirsty Meddings.
  16. 16. CrossRef • DOI Content Negotiation • CrossRef support for recording links to full text • CrossRef metadata Search for Discovery • CrossRef metadata support for license URIs • Click-through TDM license registry • Prospect publisher API for verifying, managing Exists Exists Exists Exists Exists Exists tokens •Sample publisher code •Sample researcher code Exists Exists ✻ being extended to support mime-types
  17. 17. We are using CrossRef's Prospect text mining API in the context of the Hiberlink project, which investigates reference rot in scholarly papers at a very large scale. The API is really straightforward and based on common technical approaches; it can easily be integrated in a broader workflow. In our case, we have a work bench that monitors newly published papers, obtains their XML version via the API, extracts all HTTP URIs, and then crawls and archives the referenced content. Currently, we can only access Elsevier papers via the API but as more publishers join Prospect, it will become a powerful, uniform onestop-shop for text mining scholarly literature. --Martin Klein and Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  18. 18. I think this is a big step in the right direction and makes retrieving full text file a lot easier, I hope that publishers support it. --Maximilian Haeussler, UCSD
  19. 19. CrossRef Metadata Search
  20. 20. FundRef+
  21. 21. Small Publisher Tools
  22. 22. Demographics
  23. 23. 80%
  24. 24. < 1 million
  25. 25. $275
  26. 26. Small OA BRIC / Developing
  27. 27. Persistent Identifiers (DOIs) • • • • Has your journal(s) implemented DOIs: Yes: 35% No: 55% Don´t know: 10%
  28. 28. Archiving/Preservation • Does your organisation or your journal(s) have an arrangement for long term preservation and availability (LPTA) or partake in any LPTA program? • Yes: 14% • No – I´m not interested: 41% ! • Would you be interested in DOAJ providing/ facilitating a fee-based LPTA service? • I´m interested. Tell me more: 49%
  29. 29. <meta name="dc.identifier" content="10.5555/12345678">! <div id="__depositor"></div>! <script src="http://depositor.crossref.org/js/widget.js">! </script>!
  30. 30. Full CrossRef Suite • Archive • FundRef • CrossMark • Prospect
  31. 31. OpCit A Durable URI Service For Formally Cited Content on the Open Web. ! Op. cit. is an abbreviation of the Latin phrase opere citato, meaning "in the work cited".
  32. 32. A year after the Egyptian revolution, 10% of social media documentation is gone. --Michael L. Nelson http://goo.gl/ePZS9
  33. 33. Out of a total of 247 million references in the CitedBy database, we looked at 61 million unstructured references deposited by journals since 1994 when we find the first HTTP URI in a reference.We found:
  34. 34. Archiving/Preservation • Does your organisation or your journal(s) have an arrangement for long term preservation and availability (LPTA) or partake in any LPTA program? • Yes: 14% • No – I´m not interested: 41% ! • Would you be interested in DOAJ providing/ facilitating a fee-based LPTA service? • I´m interested. Tell me more: 49%
  35. 35. dx.doi.org/10.88888/3NJv7
  36. 36. dx.doi.org/10.88888/3NJv7 200
  37. 37. dx.doi.org/10.88888/3NJv7 404
  38. 38. dx.doi.org/10.88888/3NJv7 404
  39. 39. Alternative Metrics
  40. 40. http://alm.labs.crossref.org/admin/articles
  41. 41. Number of Articles with Events http://almhack.crowdometer.org/admin/events
  42. 42. http://almhack.crowdometer.org/articles/info%3Adoi%2F10.1111%2Fj.1365-294X. 2011.05424.x
  43. 43. http://almhack.crowdometer.org/articles/info%3Adoi%2F10.1016%2Fj.epsl.2011.06.029
  44. 44. http://almhack.crowdometer.org/articles/info%3Adoi%2F10.1056%2Fnejmvcm1005951
  45. 45. http://almhack.crowdometer.org/articles/info%3Adoi%2F10.1016%2Fj.cretres.2011.09.003
  46. 46. ALM Pingback?
  47. 47. More Information
  48. 48. Thank You gbilder@crossref.org kward@crossref.org jwass@crossref.org

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