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Dataset Identification and CitationPresentation Transcript
Dataset Identification & Citation: DataCite and EZID Joan Starr California Digital Library October, 2011
Dataset Identification & CitationIntroductionThe Researchers’ Challenge Identifiers are a tool for researchersDataCite “Helping you find, access and reuse data.”EZID Easy creation and management of DataCite DOIs and other identifiers.Next steps For DataCite, EZID and you!
Early in the research life cycleData-intensive research + Writing up the results Where’s the data? What if I move it? PERSISTENT IDENTIFIERS make the difference by Dave Rogers http://www.flickr.com/photos/dave-rogers/2815036285/
Meeting funder requirements• Data-intensive research + • Grantor requirements for data management What do we plan put here? How do we track the data? PERSISTENT IDENTIFIERS make the difference By David Mellis, http://www.flickr.com/photos/mellis/7675610/
DataCiteGerman National Library of Economics (ZBW) Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical InformationGerman National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) (CISTI)German National Library of Medicine (ZB MED) Technical Information Center of DenmarkGESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany Institute for Scientific & Technical Information (INIST-Australian National Data Service (ANDS) CNRS), FranceETH Zurich, Switzerland TU Delft Library, The Netherlands The Swedish National Data Service (SNDS) The British Library , UK California Digital Library (CDL), USA Office of Scientific & Technical Information (OSTI), USA Purdue University Library
DataCite Metadata V. 2.2• Small required set = citation elements• Optional descriptive set: – extendable lists – can refer to other standards, schemes – domain-neutral – rich ability to describe relationships to other digital objects• Metadata Search (MDS) is full-text indexed
DataCite Metadata V. 2.2 Required properties Optional properties1. Identifier (with type attribute) 6. Subject (with schema attribute)2. Creator (with name identifier 7. Contributor (with type & name identifier attributes) attributes)3. Title (with optional type attribute) 8. Date (with type attribute)4. Publisher 9. Language5. PublicationYear 10. ResourceType (with description attribute) 11. AlternateIdentifier (with type attribute) 12. RelatedIdentifier (with type &relation type attributes) 13. Size 14. Format 15. Version 16. Rights 17. Description (with type attribute)
Next StepsDataCite• Dublin Core application profile• Content Service• Metadata v. 2.3EZID•UI redesign•Automated link checking•Exposure for citations By Nicola Whitaker http://www.flickr.com/photos/nicolawhitaker/111009156/
Next Steps for you• Get more information, and• Try EZID for yourself! By Nicola Whitaker http://www.flickr.com/photos/nicolawhitaker/111009156/
For more informationEZIDEZID application: http://n2t.net/ezid/EZID website: http://www.cdlib.org/services/uc3/ezid/UC3 website: http://www.cdlib.org/services/uc3/DataCiteDataCite Home: http://datacite.org/DataCite Metadata Schema: http://schema.datacite.org/meta/kernel-2.2/index.htmlDataCite Metadata Search: http://search.datacite.orgContact Joan Starr at email@example.com
Questions? by Horia Varlan http://www.flickr.com/photos/horiavarlan/4273168957/in/photostream/