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2013 DataCite Summer Meeting - Making Research better ...

2013 DataCite Summer Meeting - Making Research better

DataCite. Co-sponsored by CODATA.

Thursday, 19 September 2013 at 13:00 - Friday, 20 September 2013 at 12:30

Washington, DC. National Academy of Sciences

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    2013 DataCite Summer Meeting - Data-Planet (Matt Dunie - Data-Planet) 2013 DataCite Summer Meeting - Data-Planet (Matt Dunie - Data-Planet) Presentation Transcript

    • 2013 Summer Meeting September 19, 2013 Matt Dunie President, Data-Planet
    • Data-Planet Statistical Ready Reference Data-Planet Statistical Datasets Available via Two Different Interfaces • 5000 Datasets • 100 Million Data Points • 2 Billion DataSheets
    • Data-Planet DataSheet Major Elements • Visualization (s) • Descriptive Metadata • Links to Related data & Content • Link to Raw Data • Citation • DOI
    • Datasets View • Visualization (s) • Browse to Related Data • Export Data & link ( DOI )
    • The Challenge We Wanted to Provide DOIs as part of our Metadata • Virtually Unlimited “Document” Supply – 2 Billion Potential Data Visualizations • Requirement to add DOI for an Academic user base • Dynamic Nature of Statistical Data • Multiple User Interfaces • Authenticated & Un-Authenticated Users • No Way to Generate & Maintain all possible DataSheets and Assign DOIs Answer: EZID and Development Plan
    • Internal: • Differentiator • Customer Requirement • Substitute for: http://67.208.91.234/webceo/LinkServlet?prod=DS&metaID=LN&I2=8nvwvv8w2p83q93671tpabxur&B • Provides more permanence. • Adds value to data • Useful in Publication Process
    • 3 Days - 120,000 DOIs Created Maintain User Generated “upon touch” Generates Usage Customer Requirement Replaced Durable URL
    • Non- Authenticated User Authenticate User
    • User Generated “on-the-touch”
    • User Generated “on-the-touch”
    • DOI was generated as user generated process. Data can change, A New DOI is generated with new data – users help implement the change.
    • DOI generated at point of use by user.
    • http://dx.doi.org/10.6068/DP141283B06FF0 The DOI is generated when the user clicks on “Copy Link (DOI ) to Clipboard” in the Export Menu. The link resolves to another view of the data, regardless of authentication.
    • Matt Dunie President, Data-Planet mdunie@data-planet.com The Result We Wanted to Provide DOIs as part of our Metadata • Total Development & Testing time approximately 32 hours. • Plans to assign upwards of 1 million DOIs – next 9 months. • Now using DOIs internally to discuss data, editorial, etc. • System takes < 3 seconds to assign each DOI. • More syndication opportunities with large organizations • More “pass-along” users