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Collecting and using funding data in your publications


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Why collecting and depositing accurate funding data is important. Presented at Crossref LIVE in Yogyakarta, November 2017.

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Collecting and using funding data in your publications

  1. 1. Collecting and using funding data
  2. 2. Important to know who funded the research
  3. 3. How to find out?
  4. 4. Crossref funding data (previously FundRef) Standardisation of funder names using the Funder Registry + Publisher deposit of funding metadata = Large-scale analysis and reporting to funders
  5. 5. How to deposit? • In regular metadata deposits:
  6. 6. • In bulk/resource-only deposits: You can upload a .csv file containing DOIs and funding information using the web deposit form using-a-csv-file • Via OJS? Working with PKP to add this functionality. Improving an existing plug-in and planned for OJS v3.2 release
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  8. 8. Download as .csv
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  10. 10. Depositing funding information • Do it so that funders can locate and record published outcomes • Deposit good quality funding data - funder names without funder IDs are invisible • Give authors clear instructions and guidance on citing funders correctly • Full funder name not project acronym • Include grant numbers
  11. 11. In summary • Crossref’s database is the only central source of standardised funding acknowledgement metadata from publications • Accuracy of funding metadata is critical • An increasing number of organizations and projects rely on this funding data to identify content and check compliance with funder policies • Get involved and make the funding data from your publications available, accurate and transparent
  12. 12. Questions?