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IASSIST 2011 presentation: "Problems with our Data Citation Solution" by Heather Piwowar, June 1 2011 #iassist ...

IASSIST 2011 presentation: "Problems with our Data Citation Solution" by Heather Piwowar, June 1 2011 #iassist

Note that these problems are solvable! Many are currently being solved... tool fixes are underway, etc. This presentation is to raise awareness of current state and challenges ahead.

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    IASSIST 2011 presentation:  Problems with our Data Citation Solution IASSIST 2011 presentation: Problems with our Data Citation Solution Presentation Transcript

    • Problems with our data citation solutions Heather  PiwowarDataONE  postdoc  with  NESCent  and  Dryad @researchremix   IASSIST2011  #iassist
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/boitabulle/3668162701/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/sunrise/35819369/
    • No consistent practice
    • We reviewed 500 articles in six major evolution and ecologyjournals for evidence of data citation: Sarah Judson, Data citation in the wild IDCC 2010 poster.
    • We reviewed 500 articles in six major evolution and ecologyjournals for evidence of data citation: Sarah Judson, Data citation in the wild IDCC 2010 poster.
    • Few policies request or require data citation
    • We reviewed policies of various stakeholders within the environmental sciences, looking for evidence of data citation policies and attribution suggestions. Policies in our sample that mention data citation:Journal policies rarely included useful best practices. Nicholas Weber, Data citation in the wild IDCC 2010 poster. Policy links can be found at: http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:Valerie_Enriquez/Notebook/DataONE_Web_resources
    • A best-practice solution!
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/nilsrinaldi/5157809483/
    • #1Lack of tool supportfor our best practice
    • Research Remix blog: http://bit.ly/aOwLoJ“Tracking Dataset Citations Using Common Citation Tracking Tools Doesn’t Work”
    • Research Remix blog: http://bit.ly/aOwLoJ“Tracking Dataset Citations Using Common Citation Tracking Tools Doesn’t Work”
    • #2Our best practice doesn’t scale to mega-reuse
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    • http://www.nature.com/nature/authors/gta/
    • #3Adoption of best practices erode incentives in the short term
    • ~70%in multivariateanalysis
    • #4Data citations only matter if they are valued
    • Please donʼt tweet or publicize this next bit...Early results from an ongoing survey.n=538
    • Removed for public posting because early results from ongoing survey Do not publicize outside IASSIST conference
    • Removed for public posting because early results from ongoing survey Do not publicize outside IASSIST conference
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ginable/325235488/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ryanr/142455033/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/supersam5/216868485/
    • thank youDryad and DataONE colleagues, in particular: Todd Vision Nicholas Weber, Sarah Judson, Valerie EnriquezThe open science online community and those who release their articles, datasets and photos openly.