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Getting started with Reference Linking


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Because Crossref is all about rallying the scholarly community to work together, reference linking is an obligation for all Crossref members and for all current journal content.

This webinar will provide an overview of how to link references in your content.

The webinar will also cover:
-Benefits of reference linking
-Looking up DOIs of your references
-Adding reference links to your content

Published in: Technology
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Getting started with Reference Linking

  1. 1. Get started Reference Linking Patricia Feeney Product Support @CrossrefSupport
  2. 2. Member obligations
  3. 3. Reference linking • Drive traffic to your content • Strengthen scholarly infrastructure • Persistent links
  4. 4. Link with persistence Bad: doi: 10.5555/12345678 DOI: 10.5555/12345678 Also bad: Display guidelines: Always display as a URL:
  5. 5. Soleimani N, Mohabati Mobarez A, Farhangi B. Cloning, expression and purification flagellar sheath adhesion of Helicobacter pylori in Escherichia coli host as a vaccination target. Clin Exp Vaccine Res. 2016 Jan;5(1):19-25. https:// Galli, S.J., and M. Tsai. 2010. Mast cells in allergy and infection: versatile effector and regulatory cells in innate and adaptive immunity. Eur. J. Immunol. 40:1843–1851. Crossref
  6. 6. Match citations to identifiers
  7. 7. How to match citations to identifiers • Ask authors to include links in references • Simple Text Query form • APIs • Deposit references
  8. 8. Simple text query form
  9. 9. 1. Register for an account Register an email address via our account request form •Use this email address to access form •We only use the address to measure usage •Usage is limited to 5,000 matches per month
  10. 10. 2. Cut-and-paste reference list
  11. 11. 3. Retrieve results
  12. 12. Upload option 1. Register account 2. Upload a .txt (not Word!) file 3. Result will be emailed to you as an HTML file Usage is limited to 5,000 matches per month
  13. 13. XML API <query key="CR3" enable-multiple-hits="false" forward-match="true” secondary-query="author-title"> <journal_title>Antiquity</journal_title> <author search-all-authors="true">Anderson</ author> <volume>87</volume> <issue>337</issue> <first_page>879</first_page> <year>2013</year> </query> more info:
  14. 14. XML API <query enable-multiple-hits="false" key="key1"> <article_title match="fuzzy">Concluding remarks</ article_title> <author search-all-authors="true">Somiari</ author> </query> Author / title query
  15. 15. XML API <query key="q1" enable-multiple-hits="true"> <unstructured_citation>Hungate, B. A., &amp; Hampton, H. M. (2012). Ecosystem services: Valuing ecosystems for climate. Nature Climate Change, 2(3), 151-152.</unstructured_citation> </query> Unstructured citation
  16. 16. HTTPS querying usr=<USERNAME>&pwd=<PASSWORD>&qdata=<?xml version="1.0"?><query_batch version="2.0" xsi:schemaLocation=" crossref_query_input2.0.xsd" xmlns="http://" xmlns:xsi="http:// instance"><head><email_address></ email_address><doi_batch_id>ABC_123_fff</doi_batch_id> </head> <body> <query key="1178517" enable-multiple- hits="false" forward-match=“false”>... more info:
  17. 17. Metadata Identifier (DOI)
  18. 18. Other options REST API: Search, facet, filter or sample metadata ( OpenURL: hc/en-us/articles/214880143
  19. 19. Deposit references 1. Use Simple Text Query form • follow lookup procedure • enter article DOI and credentials 2. XML submission • Unlimited # of unstructured citations • Can submit after article DOI has been registered more info:
  20. 20. Get identifiers for deposited references more info:
  21. 21. Need help? or