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Guide to minting DOIs with DataCite.

Guide to minting DOIs with DataCite.

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  • 10.2105/AZPH.2011.300520Y 10GUIDELINES ver. 2 048-9697/02:00 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2011.00592.xycv678.99933-653899ykm-568.34902 10 How to assign DOIs with DataCite11.0059 10.2105/ALO.21:300520/lm678.923 10.1111/b.1752-1688.2011.00592.x
  • DOI® FRAMEWORK DATA QUALITY SUFFIX METADATA SCHEMA MANUAL MINTING API SUPPORT Decisions Storage As a DataCite datacenter you must make a few initial decisions before you can begin to mint DOIs for its datasets or documents. As a DataCite datacenter you also commit to ensure long-term storage of the objects, this means for a minimum of ten years. • For which objects do you wish to mint DOIs?
 - see guidance under DATA QUALITY • What would you want the DOIs to look like?
 - see guidance under SUFFIX • What would be the best workflow in 
 your institution? ! Maintaining the DOIs Minting a DOI is also a commitment to maintain a correct URL to the landing page and correct metadata of the object. ! CHECKLIST Framework ________________________ RESOURCES Landing pages The URL of the DOI must always resolve to an open accessible landing page that includes: • Metadata of the object • Access to the actual object
 If the object is open access, the landing page should provide a link to a direct full-text download. If it is not open access, the landing page should explain the access conditions and provide a link to payment services or other tools for gaining access. Decision-makers ☑ Storage server ☑ Personnel to make landing pages ☑ ! ☑ Personnel to maintain the URL 
 and the metadata ☑ Technical personnel to set up the API ________________________ !
  • DOI® FRAMEWORK DATA QUALITY SUFFIX METADATA SCHEMA MANUAL MINTING API SUPPORT Quality of the DOI system Cite worthy The quality of the DOI system relies on three important elements: A cite worthy object is an object that is worthy of publication and can be useful to other researchers in their work. • The research object must be cite worthy. • The research object must have well described metadata. • ! The institution assigning the DOIs commits to long-term storage of the object. ! The datacenter is responsible for ensuring the quality of the data to which they apply the DOIs. EXAMPLES Data quality ________________________ CITE WORTHY OBJECTS Datasets Conference papers Open Access articles Software Simulations Visualisations Reports ________________________
  • DOI® FRAMEWORK DATA QUALITY SUFFIX METADATA SCHEMA MANUAL MINTING API SUPPORT DOI construction Designing your suffix Each DOI is unique and consist of two parts: 
 A prefix and a suffix. When designing your suffix, you can go for different strategies. You can either make a suffix that makes sense for humans when they read it, or one that is only suited for machines or 
 something in between. The prefix is your institution’s identification number. It is a six digit number and you will get the prefix from DataCite Denmark. The suffix is the part you can design yourself following a 
 few rules. • Each suffix must be unique • Only use the allowed characters 
 A-Z
 a-z
 0-9 
 - (dash) 
 . (dot) 
 _ (underscore) 
 : (colon) 
 / (slash, but only if followed by alphanumeric)
 The human oriented suffix has the advantage of providing some information without resolving the DOI. However, all suffixes are irreversible, so if for example the name of your institution is included and this changes in the future, the DOI will not change accordingly. The machine oriented suffix has the advantage of being neutral, but does not provide any information. Your institution is only identified by the prefix. EXAMPLES Suffix ________________________ THE HUMAN ORIENTED DOI In this construction the suffix includes the name of the institution, the subject area of the object and consecutive numbering. 10.5072/datacenter.area.1 Prefix Suffix ________________________ THE MASCHINE ORIENTED DOI Here the suffix is an arbitrary construction of the allowed characters. 10.5072/1234.abcz.56789:12-y Prefix Suffix ________________________ SOMETHING IN BETWEEN A mix could be that the suffix includes 
 the name of the institution as well as 
 an arbitrary construction of the allowed characters. 10.5072/datacenter.1234zz-y.5 Prefix Suffix ________________________
  • DOI® FRAMEWORK DATA QUALITY SUFFIX METADATA SCHEMA MANUAL MINTING API SUPPORT Providing the metadata Metadata fields The object’s metadata must be provided in an XML file and shown on the landing page. Depending on your object there are different metadata fields about which you can find detailed information on DataCite’s web. ! Metadata are open access The minimum requirements for all types of objects are: All DataCite metadata are open access and are available for harvesting. 1) Identifier 
 - with type attribute ! 2) Creators
 - with name identifier attributes 3) Title
 - with optional type attribute 4) Publisher 5) PublicationYear LINKS Metadata schema ________________________ METADATA SCHEMA V. 3.0 The Metadata Schema v. 3.0 is the latest schema and describes details for the aquired XML file. Choose › “Definition” to see the XML file. Choose › “Documentation” to see the description of the different elements. You can also find different examples 
 of XML files depending on your type 
 of object. http://schema.datacite.org/meta/ kernel-3/doc/DataCiteMetadataKernel_v3.0.pdf ________________________ SCHEMA REPOSITORY Earlier versions of the schema is collected in the Metadata Schema Repository. http://schema.datacite.org/ ________________________ ! !
  • DOI® FRAMEWORK DATA QUALITY SUFFIX METADATA SCHEMA Manual minting If you only need to mint a few DOIs, you can 
 do so without setting up the automatic API. 1) Login at http://mds.datacite.org. 2) Write the symbol and password.
 
 You will get a welcome mail with this information from DataCite and you are 
 asked to provide a password. 3) Choose › Register new Dataset. 4) Write the DOI (prefix and suffix). 5) Write the URL of the landing page. 6) Upload an XML file with the metadata 
 or paste the XML code directly into 
 the text box. 7) Press › Save. 8) Automatic check of the information is provided including validity of the XML file. Screenshot SCREENDUMP Minting via Metadata Store MANUAL MINTING ________________________ ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ________________________ API SUPPORT
  • DOI® FRAMEWORK DATA QUALITY SUFFIX METADATA SCHEMA MANUAL MINTING API SUPPORT Automatic minting Connecting to the API You can use the DataCite API to set up automatic DOI minting for your institution. The actual connecting to the API requires a person trained in handling and adapting your 
 IT systems. How the API is incorporated depends on your institutionel IT systems and which minting workflow you prefer. ! ! If you do not have an IT skilled person in your staff, you can hire help from DataCite Denmark read more under SUPPORT. LINKS API ________________________ DATACITE API V. 2 DataCite now use a version 2 of the API, where it is mandatory to upload the metadata of the objects to which the 
 DOI points. Find the description of the API from: https://mds.datacite.org/static/apidoc ________________________ ! !
  • DOI® FRAMEWORK DATA QUALITY SUFFIX METADATA SCHEMA MANUAL MINTING API SUPPORT DataCite Denmark Contact DataCite Denmark will assist you with any question regarding the contract and the DataCite infrastructure. DTU Library
 Technical Information Center of Denmark ! Additional support If you do not have personnel trained in handling the DOI minting yourself, you can get support from DataCite Denmark for an additional fee. We can assist you with: • Workshops
 - Deciding on the right suffix
 - Describing a optimum workflow • Setting up the API • Designing landing pages • Tailored consultancy support ! Technical University of Denmark Anker Engelunds Vej 1 Building 101D DK - 2800 Kgs. Lyngby Denmark INFORMATION Support ________________________ DATACITE DataCite provides extensive 
 information regarding their 
 requirements and infrastructure. http://datacite.org/ DataCite organisation https://mds.datacite.org/ DataCite Metadata Store - manual minting ________________________ RESOLVERS www.dtic.dtu.dk datacite@dtic.dtu.dk Manual check of your DOIs. http://www.doi.org/ About the DOI system and a resolver http://dx.doi.org/ The global resolver ________________________ ! !
  • DOI® FRAMEWORK DATA QUALITY SUFFIX METADATA SCHEMA MANUAL MINTING API SUPPORT 10.2105/AZPH.2011.300520Y 10GUIDELINES048-9697/02:00644 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2011.00592.xycv678.99933-653899ykm-568.34902 10 How to assign DOIs with DataCite11.0059 10.2105/ALO.21:300520/lm678.923 10.1111/b.1752-1688.2011.00592.x Published by DTU Library, Technical Information Center of Denmark // January 2014 // Contact: datacite@dtic.dtu.dk // Text: Tine Lind and datacite.org / Layout: Tine Lind