ALPSP "New Metadata, New Identifiers" by Kirsty Meddings

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ALPSP "New Metadata, New Identifiers" by Kirsty Meddings

  1. 1. “New Metadata, New Identifiers” Kirsty Meddings @kmeddings ALPSP Data Seminar January 22nd 2014
  2. 2. Not-for-profit membership association of scholarly publishers 4000+ international publishers, all subjects 64.8 million DOIs Journals, books, conference proceedings.
  3. 3. Traditional Metadata
  4. 4. Traditional Metadata <volume> <title> <contributors> <publication_date> <issn> <issue> <first_page> <last_page> <isbn> <doi> <url>
  5. 5. New Metadata
  6. 6. New Metadata <funder_name> <correction> <award_number> <orcid> <license_ref> <publication_history> <retraction> <full text link>
  7. 7. New Metadata <funder_name> <correction> <award_number> <orcid> <license_ref> <publication_history> <retraction> <full text link>
  8. 8. New Metadata <funder_name> <correction> <award_number> <orcid> <license_ref> <publication_history> <retraction> <full text link>
  9. 9. New Metadata <funder_name> <correction> <award_number> <orcid> <license_ref> <publication_history> <retraction> <full text link>
  10. 10. New Metadata <funder_name> <correction> <award_number> <orcid> <license_ref> <publication_history> <retraction> <full text link>
  11. 11. New Metadata <funder_name> <correction> <award_number> <orcid> <license_ref> <publication_history> <retraction> <full text link>
  12. 12. New Metadata <funder_name> <correction> <award_number> <orcid> <license_ref> <publication_history> <retraction> <full text link>
  13. 13. New Metadata <funder_name> <correction> <award_number> <orcid> <license_ref> <publication_history> <retraction> <full text link>
  14. 14. <fn fn-type="financial-disclosure"> <p>This work was supported in part by NIH grant R01 GM094800B to G.J.J., a gift to Caltech from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and a stipend from the Bayerische Forschungsstiftung to M.P. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.</p> </fn> </fn-group> </back> </article>
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 <title>Funding</title>
 <p>This work was supported by the <grant-sponsor xlink:href="http:// www.grf.org" id="GS1">Generic Research Foundation</grant-sponsor>, the <grant-sponsor xlink:href="http://www.energy.gov" id="GS2">Department of Energy</grantsponsor> Office of Science grant number <grant-num rid="GS2">DE-FG0204ER63803</grant-num>, and the <grant-sponsor xlink:href="http:// www.nih.gov" id="GS3">National Institutes of Health</grant-sponsor>.
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  16. 16. National Institutes of Health NIH? N.I.H.? National Institute of Health? Abbreviations, misspellings, translations...
  17. 17. Why does this matter?
  18. 18. Why does this matter? Funding bodies cannot easily track the published output of funding Publishers cannot easily report which articles result from research supported by specific funders or grants Institutions cannot easily link funding received to published output Lack of standard metadata for funding sources makes it difficult to analyse or data mine
  19. 19. Why does this matter? Funding bodies cannot easily track the published output of funding Publishers cannot easily report which articles result from research supported by specific funders or grants Institutions cannot easily link funding received to published output Lack of standard metadata for funding sources makes it difficult to analyse or data mine
  20. 20. Why does this matter? Funding bodies cannot easily track the published output of funding Publishers cannot easily report which articles result from research supported by specific funders or grants Institutions cannot easily link funding received to published output Lack of standard metadata for funding sources makes it difficult to analyse or data mine
  21. 21. Why does this matter? Funding bodies cannot easily track the published output of funding Publishers cannot easily report which articles result from research supported by specific funders or grants Institutions cannot easily link funding received to published output Lack of standard metadata for funding sources makes it difficult to analyse or data mine
  22. 22. A standard way of reporting funding sources for published scholarly research
  23. 23. FundRef Registry
  24. 24. FundRef Registry 4700 funder names and ID numbers from curated Elsevier SciVal registry, donated to FundRef Hosted by CrossRef, available under CC0 Updated and extended monthly Publishers use this list to ensure consistency www.crossref.org/fundref
  25. 25. FundRef Registry 4700 funder names and ID numbers from curated Elsevier SciVal registry, donated to FundRef Hosted by CrossRef, available under CC0 Updated and extended monthly Publishers use this list to ensure consistency www.crossref.org/fundref
  26. 26. FundRef Registry 4700 funder names and ID numbers from curated Elsevier SciVal registry, donated to FundRef Hosted by CrossRef, available under CC0 Updated and extended monthly Publishers use this list to ensure consistency www.crossref.org/fundref
  27. 27. FundRef Registry 4700 funder names and ID numbers from curated Elsevier SciVal registry, donated to FundRef Hosted by CrossRef, available under CC0 Updated and extended monthly Publishers use this list to ensure consistency www.crossref.org/fundref
  28. 28. FundRef Registry 4700 funder names and ID numbers from curated Elsevier SciVal registry, donated to FundRef Hosted by CrossRef, available under CC0 Updated and extended monthly Publishers use this list to ensure consistency www.crossref.org/fundref
  29. 29. FundRef Registry 4700 funder names and ID numbers from curated Elsevier SciVal registry, donated to FundRef Hosted by CrossRef, available under CC0 Updated and extended monthly Publishers use this list to ensure consistency www.crossref.org/fundref
  30. 30. FundRef Registry
  31. 31. FundRef Registry Publisher Submission System Funder Grant Number
  32. 32. FundRef Registry Publisher Submission System Funder Grant Number Production Systems
  33. 33. CrossRef Database & Query APIs FundRef Registry Publisher Submission System Funder Grant Number Production Systems
  34. 34. CrossRef Database & Query APIs FundRef Registry Publisher Submission System Funder Grant Number Production Systems Funders Researchers Institutions Publishers
  35. 35. DOI Funding Source Award Number
  36. 36. DOI Funding Source Award Number
  37. 37. Depositing funding data with CrossRef
  38. 38. Depositing funding data with CrossRef “funder_name”! ! “funder_identifier”! ! “award_number”
  39. 39. http://search.crossref.org/fundref
  40. 40. Publishers: FundRef Terms & Conditions: www.crossref.org/fundref No fees for FundRef deposits Everyone else: No need to “join” - querying freely available
  41. 41. CrossRef Metadata
  42. 42. CrossRef Metadata <volume> <title> <contributors> <publication_date> <issn> <issue> <first_page> <last_page> <isbn> <doi> <url> <funder_name> <award_number>
  43. 43. CrossRef Metadata <license_ref> <license_ref>! http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US! </license_ref> <license_ref>! http://http://www.crossref.org/license</license_ref>
  44. 44. <license_ref> <license_ref start_date=2014-01-01>! http://http://www.crossref.org/license</license_ref> <license_ref start_date=2015-01-01>! http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US! </license_ref>
  45. 45. Updates & Changes erratum corrigendum updates enhancements withdrawals retractions new editions protocol updates notices of concern, etc.
  46. 46. Does this article have corrections?
  47. 47. Does this article have corrections?
  48. 48. A new era for metadata!
  49. 49. What kind of Publication Record information could be available?
  50. 50. What kind of Publication Record information could be available? Funding disclosures Conflict of interest statements Publication history (submission, revision and accepted dates) Location of data deposits or registries Peer review process used CrossCheck plagiarism screening License types and more...
  51. 51. CrossRef Metadata
  52. 52. CrossRef Metadata <correction> <title> <volume> <contributors> <funder_name> <issue> <publication_date> <first_page> <award_number> <license_ref> <issn> <last_page> <orcid> <isbn> <publication_history> <url> <retraction> <doi> <full text link>
  53. 53. Thank you! www.crossref.org/fundref www.crossref.org/crossmark kmeddings@crossref.org @kmeddings

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