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2013 CrossRef Workshops System Update: Reference Deposit Processing, Jon Stark 2013 CrossRef Workshops System Update: Reference Deposit Processing , Jon Stark Presentation Transcript

  • Reference Deposit Processing Jon Stark Software Engineer
  • About Reference Processing in Deposits  Deposit processing handles the list of references in your article's data  The system attempts to map references to a DOI  Citations remain as “stored queries” if a DOI is not found at first attempt
  • Deposit Processor  References containing DOIs are most reliable  Complete metadata references work well also  Well formatted, common citation formats work but not as reliably View slide
  • Best Practices  Use DOIs if you can, metadata next, and unstructured citations last  UTF-8 encode non-ascii characters  Use common citation formats for unstructured citations View slide
  • Deposit Processor <doi_citations> <doi>10.5555/test0529/test9</doi> <citation_list> <citation key="ref1"> <doi>10.4018/978-1-60960-481-3.ch010</doi> </citation> <citation key="ref2"> <issn>0167-6164</issn> <journal_title>J. Afr. Languages Linguist.</journal_title> <author>Ahland</author> <volume>31</volume> <issue>2</issue> <first_page>159</first_page> <cYear>2010</cYear> <article_title>Noun incorporation and predicate classifiers in Gumuz.</article_title> <unstructured_citation>Ahland, Colleen. 2010. Noun incorporation and predicate classifiers in Gumuz. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 31(2): 159203.</unstructured_citation> </citation> <citation key="ref3"> <unstructured_citation> MacGregor, P., Szoor, B., Savill, N. J., and Matthews, K. R. (2012). Trypanosomal immune evasion, chronicity and transmission: an elegant balancing act. Nature reviews. 10, 431–438. </unstructured_citation> </citation> </citation_list> </doi_citations>
  • If you need more information Jon Stark jstark@crossref.org Or support@crossref.org
  • If you need more information Jon Stark jstark@crossref.org Or support@crossref.org