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2013 DataCite Summer Meeting - Elsevier's program to support research data (Hylke Koers, Elsevier)
 

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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 - Elsevier's program to support research data (Hylke Koers, Elsevier) 2013 DataCite Summer Meeting - Elsevier's program to support research data (Hylke Koers, Elsevier) Presentation Transcript

    • Elsevier's program to support research data Presented by: Dr. Hylke Koers, Content Innovation Manager, Journal & Data Solutions
    • Outline • Research Data Services • The Article of the Future • Interlinking Articles & Data • Innovations for Supplementary Data From “print science” to “electronic science”
    • Principles of Research Data Services • A new department to explore collaborations on research data mgmn’t with data repositories, libraries/IT departments and researchers. • Main goal: make research data optimally available, discoverable and reusable. • Collaboration is tailored to partner’s unique needs: • Working with a few domain-specific and institutional repositories and institutions • Aspects where collaboration is needed are discussed • Collaboration plan is drawn up using SLA: agree on time, conditions, etc. • 2013: series of pilots, studies and reports to enable feasibility study: • What are key needs? • Can Elsevier play a role: skillsets, partnerships? • Is there a (transparent) business model for this?
    • Research Data Services: selected projects A new department to explore collaborations on research data management with data repositories, libraries/IT departments and researchers. With IEDA/NASA: Lunar Sample Database With CMU: Improve use, sustainability of research data With IEDA: Data Rescue Challenge http://researchdata.elsevier.com/ With RDA/WDS: questionnaires re. Business Models for Research Databases
    • Outline • Research Data Services • The Article of the Future • Interlinking Articles & Data • Innovations for Supplementary Data From “print science” to “electronic science”
    • Elsevier’s Article of the Future Center pane: “Traditional” full- text view, designed for optimal online reading experience Right pane: Additional content & tools. Shown here: reference browser Left pane: efficient navigation & browsing
    • Elsevier’s Article of the Future Three components of the Article of the Future concept: ◦ Presentation: Offering an optimal online browsing and reading experience ◦ Content: Support authors to share digital research output - data, computer code, multimedia files, etc. ◦ Context: Connecting the online article to trustworthy scientific resources on the web, such as data repositories
    • Interlinking Articles and Data adds value both ways 85% of researchers believe it is useful to link underlying digital research data to the formal literature (PARSE.Insight) • Increase visibility, discoverability, and usage • Provide context, avoid misinterpretation and incorrect usage • Ensure long-term availability of useful content and context • Coordinate submission process / deposit mechanism
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    • Interlinking Articles and Data through banners http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0370157304002753
    • Interlinking Articles and Data through banners http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0370157304002753
    • Interlinking Articles and Data through banners
    • Interlinking Articles and Data through banners See http://www.elsevier.com/databaselinking Enabling one-click access to relevant primary data • Banners linking out to data repositories • Landing page collects data that is directly relevant for the article • Enable reproducibility of research, and re-use of data • For selected data repositories across domains
    • Interlinking Articles and Data through accession numbers See http://www.elsevier.com/databaselinking Enabling one-click access to relevant primary data • Author-tagged • Captured in article XML • Linked to data repository from the online article on ScienceDirect
    • Data-integration brings Articles and Data even closer See http://www.elsevier.com/databaselinking Integrating (meta)data into the article page view • Supplementary data at PANGAEA • Bidirectional links between PANGAEA <> ScienceDirect • Data visualized next to the article
    • Data-integration brings Articles and Data even closer • Explore protein structures relevant to the article – zoom, rotate, etc. • Structure and other protein data integrated from Protein Data Bank • Author-tagged accession numbers See http://www.elsevier.com/databaselinking
    • Content Innovations for Supplementary Data Cortex Registered Reports & Open Data pilot Support for new kinds of data Data viewers built into ScienceDirect The Executable Paper Inline Supplementary Material
    • Supplementary Data: 3D Neuroimaging viewer See http://www.elsevier.com/about/content-innovation/3d-neuroimaging-data Exploring 3D data that belongs with the article • Explore figures interactively – zoom, rotate, cut through • Change opacity and color mapping, toggle 2D/3D • Download underlying data to enable validation & re-use • Works with author-provided NIFTI files
    • Inline Supplementary Data Presenting Supplementary Material at the relevant location
    • Inline Supplementary Data • Supplementary material inserted at the place of reference/citation • Put material into the right context • Make it easier for readers to find • Initially in closed text-box, action to open Presenting Supplementary Material at the relevant location
    • Cortex Registered Report pilot Featured in The Guardian “Confronting the 'sloppiness' that pervades science”, http://bit.ly/1aUAy7f • Two-step submission process: • Method and proposed analysis are submitted for pre-registration • Paper is conditionally accepted • Research is executed • Full paper submitted, accepted provided that protocol is followed • All experimental data made available Open Access
    • Executable Papers marry Articles, Data, and Code See http://www.elsevier.com/executablepapers Improving the reproducibility of research
    • Thanks! Further reading: • Research Data Services: http://researchdata.elsevier.com • Database linking: http://www.elsevier.com/databaselinking • Article of the Future and Content Innovation: http://www.elsevier.com/about/content-innovation • The Executable Paper: http://www.elsevier.com/executablepaper
    • The 2007 “Brussels Declaration” Raw research data should be made freely available to all researchers. Publishers encourage the public posting of the raw data outputs of research. Sets or sub-sets of data that are submitted with a paper to a journal should wherever possible be made freely accessible to other scholars http://www.stm-assoc.org/brussels-declaration/