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CrossRef Annual Meeting 2012 Global Panel Choon Shil Lee

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CrossRef Annual Meeting 2012 Global Panel Choon Shil Lee

  1. 1. CrossRef in Korea Choon Shil Lee Sookmyung Women’s UniversityCommittee for Information Management, KAMJE 2
  2. 2. CrossRef in Korea What we do at KAMJEKorean Association of Medical Journal Editors 3
  3. 3. • KAMJE Overview• KAMJE Databases• Synapse: KAMJE’s CrossRef Services• Statistics• Benefits• Challenges 4 4
  4. 4. KAMJE Overview 5
  5. 5. http://kamje.or.kr
  6. 6. KAMJE Korean Association of Medical Journal Editors• Since 1996• Editor’s association• To promote professionalism in medical editing and to improve editorial standards• Mostly medical society journals biomedical and health-related• A non-profit, volunteers’ association• Similar to WAME (World Association of Medical Editors) CSE (Council of Science Editors) 7 7
  7. 7. • Share knowledge and experiences – Workshops, Editor academy, Guidelines – on Research Ethics, Publication ethics, Uniform requirements, etc• Journal peer-reviews Periodic Journal Evaluation processes 8 8
  8. 8. • Databases KoreaMed http://koreamed.org Synapse http://synapse.koreamed.org KoMCI http://komci.org Korean Medical Journal Information http://journals. koreamed.org Central: Individual journal website service XMLink: A subsidiary for database development, production, operation and maintenance services 9 9
  9. 9. 215 KAMJE Journals
  10. 10. Workshops
  11. 11. Workshops
  12. 12. Editor Academy
  13. 13. KAMJE publications
  14. 14. Journal Peer-Review Meetings
  15. 15. KAMJE Databases
  16. 16. Central: Individual journal website service
  17. 17. XMLink, a subsidary of KAMJE for database development and production
  18. 18. KAMJE Databases 20
  19. 19. KoreaMed Synapse• Since 1997 • Since 2007• Abstracts • Full texts• PubMed equivalent • PMC equivalent• PubMed XML compatible• 190 journals • PMC XML• Over 190,000 records • 121 journals• 11,000 records added every • Over 38,000 records year • Linking to KoreaMed &• LinkOut to Synapse & Journal web sites (168js.) Journal web sites• DOI linking • DOI linking platform• Cited-by linking: • Cited-by linking: Synapse/CrorssRef, Synapse/CrossRef, KoMCI KoMCI 23 23
  20. 20. KoMCI Korean Medical Journal Info.• Since 2000 • Since 2008• Abstracts & Cited • Journal bibliographic References information• Web of Science & JCR • NLM’s Journals database equivalents equivalent• 190 journals • Over 700 journals• 10,000 recs & 200,000 refs • Over 3,000 records: title added every year change history• LinkOut to Synapse & • Linking to KoreaMed, Journal web site Synapse & Journal web site• DOI linking • CrossRef/DOI linking• Cited-by linking: KoMCI • Journal Holding Info • Database coverage 24 24
  21. 21. 215 KAMJE Journals
  22. 22. 190 KoreaMed Journals
  23. 23. 122 Synapse Journals
  24. 24. 55 Central Journals
  25. 25. Databases provided by KAMJE• Cover KAMJE member journals Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Nutrition, Veterinary medicine, and some bioscience• All Information in English• Free Access/Open Access journals 29 29
  26. 26. Database Languages• Interface language in English• Articles in Korean or in English• Require basic bibliographic info in English – Front matters: Title, Author, Affiliation, Correspondence – Abstract – Figures, Tables – References• Provide full text PDFs in Korean or in English 30 30
  27. 27. KAMJE databases are• Internally integrated – 3 different (KoreaMed, Synapse & KoMCI ) services originating from a database – Journal DB for set-up & check-up journal info.• Created by Synapse XML files – PMC Journal Article Tag Sets & DTD (NLM DTD 2.3  JATS 1.0) – One source file used for multiple databases • Use as is • Extract/convert • Submit/deposit to various external databases 31 31
  28. 28. Synapse & its byproduct/derivative databasesOne source file, 7 (+2) different databases
  29. 29. Synapse: KAMJE’s CrossRef Services 35
  30. 30. e-journal platform ofcore biomedical and life science journals currently published in Korea 36
  31. 31. Synapse• A digital archive and reference linking platform of Korean medical journals• Created for DOI landings• KAMJE is a sponsoring publisher for member journals – 113 societies publishing 121 journals (as of Nov. 2012) 37 37
  32. 32. Synapse: full text record for an English-language article
  33. 33. Synapse: full text record for an Korean-language article
  34. 34. Reference Linking 41
  35. 35. Reference linking
  36. 36. Reference linking of Central journals
  37. 37. Cited-by Linking 44
  38. 38. Cited-by linking
  39. 39. “Cited-by Synapse/CrossRef” Search
  40. 40. Cited-by linking for Central journals
  41. 41. “Cited-by Synapse/CrossRef” linking also available in KoreaMed
  42. 42. DOIs used in various KAMJE databasesfor diverse linking purposes 49
  43. 43. Linkings! Linkings! Global Links! 53
  44. 44. Web of Science (SCI) full text link to the KJR article
  45. 45. Reference Linking from/toarticles citing and cited
  46. 46. Reference Linking from/toarticles citing and cited
  47. 47. Web of Science (SCI) full text link to the KJR article
  48. 48. Reference Linking from/toarticles citing and cited
  49. 49. Reference Linking from/toarticles citing and cited
  50. 50. Korean J Radiol. 2001 Jul-Sep;2(3):151-158.http://dx.doi.org/10.3348/kjr.2001.2.3.151 Times cited by Web of Science Synapse/CrossRef 2009 2012 2009 2012 72 89 ? 53• Even if a Korean journal is not covered by SCI or SCOPUS, citation statistics (especially from foreign journals) can be obtained if the journal participate in Synapse. 62 62
  51. 51. CrossCheck 63
  52. 52. CrossMark 67
  53. 53. CrossMark• Plans to implement in the near future 68 68
  54. 54. Statistics 69
  55. 55. 215 KAMJE Journals
  56. 56. 190 KoreaMed Journals
  57. 57. 122 Synapse Journals
  58. 58. 67 PMC Journals
  59. 59. 55 Central Journals
  60. 60. 51 CrossCheck Journals
  61. 61. Journals Total Medicine Dentistry Veterinary Nursing Nutritions Bioscience ScienceKAMJE 215 181 13 3 12 4 2KoreaMed 190 162 10 3 10 4 1Synapse 123 105 7 2 4 3 1CrossRef 123 105 7 2 4 3 1PMC 67 59 4 2 0 1 1 76 76
  62. 62. Free Access vs. Open Access journals 26 95 Open Access Free Access 121 Synapse journals ( As of November 2012) 77 77
  63. 63. Articles processed: 2007-2012 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012* TotalSynapse 34 2,318 10,883 7,701 8,487 8,647 38,070Synapse journals** 18 24 28 17 20 16 123PMC 25 399 1,524 3,105 3,891 4,051 12,995 PMC journals 3 15 20 12 17 67non-Synapse 12,596 4,968 4,070 4,174 3,898 1,690 31,396 Total 12,630 7,286 14,953 11,875 12,385 10,337 69,466*As of Nov 08, 2012**No. of DOI prefixes newly assigned 78 78
  64. 64. Articles published: 2007-2012, by language 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012* TotalKoreaMed English 2,486 3,309 4,266 4,336 5,559 4,902 34,541 Korean 6,848 6,012 5,783 6,075 5,255 3,179 156,916 Total 9,334 9,321 10,049 10,411 10,814 8,081 191,457Synapse English 2,336 3,109 4,216 3,907 4,792 4,474 25,880 Korean 829 903 1,265 2,604 2,384 1,934 12,415 Total 3,165 4,012 5,481 6,511 7,176 6,408 38,295PMC English 957 1,248 1,883 3,129 3,893 4,051 15,161*As of Nov 08, 2012 79 79
  65. 65. Synapse journals and articles• Synapse journals and articles drastically increased over the last 5 years.• Synapse journals (articles) increased from 57 to 121 during the last 3 years.• English language journals (articles) increased from 27 to 71 during the last 3 years. 80 80
  66. 66. Synapse journals and articles• 10,800 articles were published in 2011 by KoreaMed journals. 11,000 articles are expected in 2012.• Synapse articles are increasing: – 66.4%of KoreaMed articles in 2011 – 79.3%of KoreaMed articles in 2012 81 81
  67. 67. Synapse journals and articles• So far, More than 38,000 articles are available in Synapse.• Annual input of 8,000 articles is expected from more than 120 journals 82 82
  68. 68. DOI prefixes: 2007.11-2012.10 Year Prefixes Cumulative Journals Cumulative prefixes Journals* 2007 15 15 18 18 2008 20 35 24 42 2009 27 62 28 70 2010 15 79 17 87 2011 20 99 20 107 2012 14 113 16 123*1 journal ceased publication. 2 journals in preparation. 83 83
  69. 69. DOI deposits: 2007.11-2012.10 Year Deposits Monthly Cumulative average total 2007 34 17.0 34 2008 2,318 193.2 2,352 2009 10,883 906.9 13,235 2010 8,286 690.5 21,521 2011 7,674 639.5 29,195 2012 8,647 864.7 37,842 84 84
  70. 70. KAMJE’s DOI history• What is it? (2005) came across “DOI” in literature• Many discussions, workshops with KAMJE member journal editors• Visited JST (2007.5)• 1st DOI prefixes assigned (2007.6.28)• DOI submission test, 1 article (2007.11.28)• 1st DOI submissions, 25 articles (2007.11.29) 85 85
  71. 71. 1st DOI prefixes assigned by CrossRef (2007.6.28) 86 86
  72. 72. DOI submission test, 1 article (2007.11.28)
  73. 73. 1st DOI submissions, 25 articles (2007.11.29)
  74. 74. Benefits 89
  75. 75. Benefits• Linking to the world• Increased “International visibility”, “Discoverability”and “Retrievability”• Many journals are picked up by major abstract databases 90 90
  76. 76. Benefits• Quality, reliability, and trustworthiness in the discovery of Korean medical research information• Strong bonds among KAMJE journals• Many new journals to join KAMJE 91 91
  77. 77. KAMJE Journals Directory 2012 ( published in January 2012)
  78. 78. KAMJE Journals Directory 2012 ( published in January 2012)
  79. 79. KAMJE Journals Directory 2012 ( published in January 2012)
  80. 80. Challenges 95
  81. 81. Challenges• DOI Resolution errors – DOI conflicts/Wrong DOIs/Workflow control• Full text XML to CrossRef DOI deposit XML -XML converters• DOI deposit submission queues – At the end/beginning of a month, 1-3 days sitting in the queue – The problem seems gone after the DOI submission system transition in October 2012 96 96
  82. 82. DOI resolutions and error ratesYear DOI resolutions % share Handle error rate DOI Prefix Failures (%) CrossRef KAMJE Total Handle Failures2009 342,381,351 33,370 0.01 1,596 4.78 17 122010 464,248,336 168,578 0.04 3,202 1.90 48 252011 575,582,608 470,536 0.08 4,815 1.02 96 572012 601,836,099 1,362,107 0.23 6,558 0.48 116 74• DOI resolutions % share increased• Error rates decreased 97 97
  83. 83. Challenges• Persuading societies to use DOI• Communicate with societies what to do and what to not do• Back issues – Most societies will begin putting DOIs for current and on-going articles – Sometimes for the last 1 or 2 years – But not for the last 5 or 10 years – Only a few journals from the 1st issue 98 98
  84. 84. DOIs for back issues• Limited budgets• No Born digital files can not easily OCR• Keying in “References” all over again?• Will be very nice if “Cited-by linking” is available to back issues• Would it be o.k. to apply “cited-by linking” to articles with no “reference linking”? 99 99
  85. 85. Journals with DOIs for all issues • 13 journals st Journal 1 Synapse Synapse issue coverage coverage begins (yrs) among 121Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2009 2009 4Asian Spine J 2007 2007 6 SynapseClin Exp Otorhinolaryngol 2008 2008 5 journalsClin Orthop Surg 2009 2009 4Gut Liver 2007 2007 6 • Relatively newJ Adv Prosthodont 2009 2009 4J Clin Neurol 2005 2005 8 journals (beganJ Educ Eval Health ProfKorean J Parasitol 2004 1963 2004 1963 9 50 publication inKorean J Radiol 2000 2000 13 the late 2000s)Lab Med Online 2011 2011 2Nutr Res Pract 2007 2007 6 except 1 journalSaf Health Work 2010 2010 32012-11-21 100 100
  86. 86. APAMED Central 101
  87. 87. • KAMJE’s initiative to assist WHO WPRO and SEARO countries to build e-journal databases.• DOI implementation is in consideration. 102 102
  88. 88. http://apamedcentral.org
  89. 89. Concluding Remarks 105
  90. 90. What CrossRef Services are you participating in?• Reference Linking• CitedBy Linking• CrossCheck• CrossMark• CrossRef Metadata Services 106 106
  91. 91. To what types of content are you assigning CrossRef DOIs? How many of each?• Journal articles• Data• Figures, Tables• Supplementary materials• Journal titles• Books (3)• Proceedings titles• Proceedings papers Components• Reports, theses 107 107
  92. 92. Concluding Remarks• KAMJE plays an important role as an Open Access publisher for Korean medical journals to promote and facilitate – Global distribution of Korean medical research information – International visibility, discoverability and retrieavability 108 108
  93. 93. Concluding Remarks• KAMJE’s recent activities (especially database related activities) are very much focused on keeping up with international collaborative efforts by adapting international norms and standards in publishing and database industry.• DOIs and other CrossRef services have been and are very effective means to achieve these goals. 109 109
  94. 94. References• KoreaMed http://koreamed.org• Synapse http://synapse.koreamed.org• KoMCI http://komci.org• Korean Medical Journal Information http://journals.koreamed.org• KAMJE journals http://kamje.or.kr/KAMJE-Journals/intro.html• KAMJE http://kamje.or.kr• XMLink http://xmlink.kr 110 110
  95. 95. Thank you for paying attention!cslee@sookmyung.ac.krinfo@kamje.or.krcrossref@kamje.or.kr 111

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