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Multiple Resolution and handling content available in multiple places

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Presentation on Multiple Resolution and how to deal with content published in more than one place. From Crossref LIVE in Brazil, Dec 2016.

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Multiple Resolution and handling content available in multiple places

  1. 1. Multiple Resolution & Relations getting much more out of a DOI Chuck Koscher Director of Technology
  2. 2. ` 10.1245/s10434-016-5211-6 the normal behavior of a DOI: just go to the article
  3. 3. ` 10.1245/s10434-016-5211-6 much more can be done Point to multiple copies of the same thing: Multiple Resolution Point to other related things: Relations translation prior version datareferenced articles Point to Cited articles: Cited-By
  4. 4. ` multiple resolution the problem: copies live on more than one platform
  5. 5. DOI points to an interim page, that page contains multiple links
  6. 6. ` an interim page (this is hosted by Crossref)
  7. 7. How does it work? One primary depositor Deposits the metadata Indicates the the DOI is multiple-resolution ready (=unlocked) One (or more) secondary depositor(s) Cannot update metadata Can add URLs Require a multiple resolution deposit account
  8. 8. ` multiple resolution: some observations Requires a lot of coordination Needs a lot of Crossref staff attention Controls and management are complicated
  9. 9. Automatic multiple resolution We are currently testing a system for books • Book publisher specifies a group of all organizations allowed to deposit metadata and assign Crossref DOIs (“co-access group”) • Any member of the group can create a Crossref DOI at any time • Crossref automatically creates the interim “pop-up” page when additional record is added • Crossref aliases different DOIs for the same content so they act the same ` multiple resolution: an improvement Co-Access for books
  10. 10. the problem: articles do not stand alone anymore ` relations
  11. 11. researcher We’ll make the researcher the center of this perspective
  12. 12. researcher institution Research To start the researcher becomes affiliated with some institution and begins work on a research project
  13. 13. researcher institution Funding sourceResearch Trials registry Data author author author Of course they get funding for their research, may have to register their research and likely use data which may be authored by someone else
  14. 14. researcher institution Funding sourceResearch Pre-print Trials registry Other paper Other paper Other paper Data author author author author author author They read papers which have their own authors and then maybe post a preprint to a repository
  15. 15. researcher institution author author author Funding sourceResearch Pre-print Trials registry Other paper Other paper Other paper Data author author author author author author Publisher Of course they work with colleagues to create the paper and then with a publisher to get formally published
  16. 16. researcher Published paper institution author author author Funding sourceResearch Supplementary material Images Figures Pre-print Trials registry Other paper Other paper Other paper Data author author author author author author Publisher The paper gets published, but may be more than just a manuscript and is broken out into parts
  17. 17. researcher Published paper institution author author author Funding sourceResearch Supplementary material Images Figures Pre-print Trials registry Other paper Other paper Other paper Data author author author author author author Publisher correction Translation The publisher may issue a translated version and, oops, a correction
  18. 18. researcher Published paper institution author author author Funding sourceResearch Supplementary material Images Figures Pre-print Trials registry Other paper Other paper Other paper Data author author author author author author Publisher correction Translation Readers add the paper to collaboration networks recommends reviews comments SCNs
  19. 19. researcher Published paper institution author author author Funding sourceResearch Supplementary material Images Figures Pre-print Trials registry Other paper Other paper Other paper Data author author author author author author Publisher correction Translation Of course, the paper directs us to the other papers, funding and registries. And the posted pre-print should tell readers where to get the Version of Record recommends reviews comments SCNs
  20. 20. researcher Published paper institution author author author Funding sourceResearch Supplementary material Images Figures Pre-print Trials registry Other paper Other paper Other paper Data author author author author author author Publisher correction Translation researcher Published paper institution author author author Funding sourceResearch Supplementary material Images Figures Pre-print Trials registry Other paper Other paper Other paper Data author author author author author author Publisher correction Repeat recommends reviews comments SCNs recommends reviews comments SCNs
  21. 21. researcher Published paper institution author author author Funding sourceResearch Supplementary material Images Figures Pre-print Trials registry Other paper Other paper Other paper Data author author author author author author Publisher correction Translation researcher Published paper institution author author author Funding sourceResearch Supplementary material Images Figures Pre-print Trials registry Other paper Other paper Other paper Data author author author author author author Publisher correction … and Again researcher Published paper institution author author author Funding sourceResearch Supplementary material Images Figures Pre-print Trials registry Other paper Other paper Other paper Data author author author author author author Publisher correction Translation recommends reviews comments SCNs recommends reviews comments SCNs recommends reviews comments SCNs
  22. 22. researcher Published paper institution author author author Funding sourceResearch Supplementary material Images Figures Pre-print Trials registry Other paper Other paper Other paper Data author author author author author author Publisher correction Translation GOOD NEWS! We are giving identifiers to all this stuff, right? orcid orcid orcid orcid orcid orcid doi doi doi doi doi doi doidoi Org-id Org-id Org-id award doi orcid orcid
  23. 23. We need to map this data `
  24. 24. Metadata Records Relationships Among Works WORKS Data, Components (figures/tables/images), Supplemental materials e.g. DataCite, Figshare DOI e.g. ORCID iDs, Org Identifiers CrossMark, Open Funder Registry Clinical Trials Registry Translation, Preprint, A Review, A comment Contributors, Affiliations e.g. Funders, Open Funder Registry ID e.g. Crossref, mEDRA DOI Works/’things’ can be identified using: DOIs, Urls, PMIds, Orcids ISSNs, other
  25. 25. the solution `
  26. 26. Put these relationships into your Metadata They are a version of this Each of these Claim
  27. 27. but why? `
  28. 28. Put these relationships into your Metadata
  29. 29. `
  30. 30. ` APIs will let metadata consumers react to these relations This thing… … is made up of these things
  31. 31. `
  32. 32. `
  33. 33. ` A reference to the data from which this data was derived … is the basis for thing #1 Thing #1 … Thing #2 … … is made up of thing #2
  34. 34. ` The source data DOI’s metadata automatically reflects the relation claim
  35. 35. `
  36. 36. This is the map! `
  37. 37. Thank you Crossref.org ckoscher@crossref.org @ckoscher

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