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GEN2PHEN GAM9 Toulouse - Launching the ORCID system, what do we do now?

  1. 1. J. Smith J. Smith 0000-0001-5635-1860 Launching the ORCID system - status update and next steps Gudmundur A. Thorisson <gt50@leicester.ac.uk> ULEIC / ORCID EU / University of Iceland This work is published under the Creative Commons Attribution license (CC BY: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) which means that it can be freely copied, redistributed and adapted, as long as proper attribution is given.Tuesday, 23 October 12
  2. 2. Overview ‣ Status update from ORCID ‘launch week’ - what happens next ‣ What can researchers & integrators do NOW? ‣ How can the flawed membership model be fixed? ‣ ODIN - ORCID & DataCite Interoperability Network GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  3. 3. The problem with names • Number of authors and other scholarly contributors is increasing • Number & kinds of “works” they contribute to is increasing • Names are ambiguous --> author identification is problematic BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  4. 4. The problem with names • Number of authors and other scholarly contributors is increasing • Number & kinds of “works” they contribute to is increasing • Names are ambiguous --> author identification is problematic ‣ The scholarly record is broken ‣ Reliable attribution of authors and contributors is impossible without unique person-level identifiers BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  5. 5. The Open Researcher & Contributor ID initiative ‣ ORCID is an international, interdisciplinary organization involving multiple stakeholders: - Research institutions, libraries, funding organizations, publishers, intermediares and individual researchers ‣ Started in late 2009 to solve the name ambiguity problem in scholarly communication. ‣ Incorporated as a non-profit with a Board of Directors in August 2010. BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  6. 6. What makes ORCID different? • Some key facts: • ORCID is the only researcher identifier that is not limited to discipline, institution or geographic area • ORCID is backed by a non-profit organization with >300 participants • ORCID is backed by many different stakeholders • Publishers are an important ORCID stakeholder but are just one part • ORCID is serious about building an open system BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  7. 7. The ORCID service is now live! Individuals can register https://orcid.org/register at no charge‣ Get a persistent identifier‣ Start managing their profile - search&add publications - [more features coming soon] GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
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  12. 12. An incomplete - but improving - product • Buggy in places + many important features still missing – Can’t edit works once added, can’t add affiliation, duplicate works etc. – Citation display limited, little/no support for non-traditional works • Code not yet released as open source – Principles state ORCID will do this – Coming soon - org. not ready yet to accept contributions from community • Active user community forming, lots of ideas/bugs reported GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
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  14. 14. An incomplete - but improving - product • Buggy in places + many important features still missing – Can’t edit works once added, can’t add affiliation, duplicate works etc. – Citation display primitive • Code not yet released as open source – Principles state ORCID will do this – Coming soon - org. not ready yet to accept contributions from community • Active user community forming, lots of ideas/bugs reported • Key point: system does not do much on its own - integration, integration, integration!! GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  15. 15. The ORCID service is now live! Individuals can register Individuals and organizations can at no charge use APIs to integrate their systems‣ Get a persistent identifier ‣ Public API‣ Start managing their profile ‣ free to use, no registration needed - search&add publications ‣ look up & search public profile data - [more features coming soon] ‣ Members API ‣ ORCID membership required, annual fee ‣ read/write protected profile data ‣ create profiles on behalf of users GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  16. 16. Researcher  starts   manuscript  submission ORCID  PUBLISHER Manuscript  submission  system   asks  researcher  to  supply  and   WORKFLOW validate  ORCID  iden:fier ORCID  Tier  2  API  passes  ID • Streamline  data  input (and  author  informa:on) to  submission  system • Create  author  links Manuscript  processed   and  content  published Metadata  and  ORCID deposited  to  CrossRef ORCID::DOI  pairings   submiMed  to  ORCID ORCID  profile updated GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  17. 17. Organiza:on  creates  ORCID  field   ORCID  RESEARCH in  their  HR  system ORGANIZATION Organiza:on  uses  Tier  2  API  to   upload  basic  informa:on  for  staff   member  to  ORCID WORKFLOW ORCID  system  searches  fo • Create  trans-­‐organiza:on  record  for  all   possible  matching  profile scholars  and  researchers  (students) Organiza:on  prompted • Auto-­‐updates  for  researcher  publica:ons,   to  resolve  duplicates patents,  grants,  etc. ORCID::HR  profile   • Management  of  Ins:tu:onal  Repository pairing  no:ce  sent  to   researcher • Reduced  document  management  workload   Researcher  logs  into  ORCID  to   for  researchers approve  ORCID::HR  profile  pairing HR  profile  updated GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  18. 18. Several launch partners already have integration • American Physical Society • Hindawi Publishing Corporation • Aries Systems • KNODE, Inc. • AVEDAS • Nature Publishing Group • Boston University • SafetyLit • California Institute of Technology • Symplectic • CrossRef • Thomson Reuters • Elsevier (Scopus) • ImpactStory • Faculty of 1000 • Wellcome Trust • figshare GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
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  21. 21. ORCID adoption by ‘usual suspects’ • Launch focus has been on ‘Big Players’ in research & scholarly communication – Publishers, funding agencies, universities, libraries – Big payoff from solving identification problems (streamline systems, save costs) – Focus on these paying members coz ORCID needs revenue to operate – Will bring in large no. of organization-created profiles • Technical staff stretched, focus resources on supporting few+large integrators which will result in large no. profiles + revenue • Member pricing scheme reflects this – Basic $5K/y -> member API read/write access – Premium $10-25K/y: basic plus notifications API and more GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  22. 22. ORCID adoption in the Long Tail • Lots of Small Players with not-so-deep pockets – Smaller publishers and institutions – Diverse 3rd party services and rich flora of grassroots initiatives, whose users can benefit from integration with ORCID • Examples – ImpactStory - http://impactstory.org – Example: genetic variation databases: data submissions, curation etc. • Inclusiveness - pros for ORCID – Increase visibility (e.g. LSDB community) – creates pool of potential future paying members, revenue • Inclusiveness - cons for ORCID – More resources needed to support integrators GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  23. 23. The missing membership option • Good new: possible to do lots of cool things with free, open API • Bad news: free, open API does _NOT_ include authentication – Need authn in member API to validate identity of profile owner – OAuth Member API is an all-or-nothing deal - bring $$$ if you want to play • Proposed solution: a ‘freemium’ membership model – Full membership: current basic/premium, full access to member API • Discounts / fee waivers for orgs in developing countries, smaller orgs with very low usage, ‘try before you buy’ free 1st year etc. + – Limited, free membership: OAuth, read-only access to member API • Super-easy to become member & register client app, completely automated (like Twitter) • Option to upgrade to paid membership in future • Business Working Group to tackle this in next 2-3 months GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  24. 24. In the meantime we can... • ... commence to obtain ORCiDs from users and do cool stuff with the public API – Ask users to paste in their iD by hand, add as attribute to their user account – Associate iD with their contributions (data submissions, curation work etc.) • ... play with the OAuth API using the sandbox system and anticipate reformed membership model – ‘Log with my ORCiD’ button – Add publication claims to ORCID (A.J. Brookes <created> dataset X) – [and other cool integration stuff] • Target platforms: LOVD, Molgenis, GWAS Central, others. GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  25. 25. ORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network • Persistent identifiers for connecting people and dataset • 2y EC-funded project, 7 partners in Europe + USA • Two main proof-of-concept pilots – Social Science data - use and citation of British Birth Cohort Studies • historical data, decades old, steadily being curated by lots of people • high rate of reuse, data often cited in papers – High-energy physics - attribution challenges • dealing with large no. authors on HEP papers - ‘dilution’ of the term authorship • Linking HEP papers to supporting datasets in repositories http://odin-project.eu GEN2PHEN 9th General Assembly Meeting, Toulouse Oct 23-24 2012Tuesday, 23 October 12
  26. 26. Acknowledgements GEN2PHEN Consortium This work has received funding from the http://www.gen2phen.org/about-gen2phen/partners European Communitys Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement number 200754 - Prof Anthony J. Brookes Bioinformatics Group, Leicester the GEN2PHEN project. Contact me! <gt50@le.ac.uk> |<gthorisson@gmail.com> http://www.linkedin.com/in/mummi http://www.twitter.com/gthorisson Published under the CC BY license (http:// http://www.gthorisson.name creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/)Tuesday, 23 October 12

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