[4.1] Data Citation and DOI's - Research Data Management - part of PhD course - [3TU.Datacenter]

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Training about Data Archive

You will learn:
What data citation is, and what the benefits are.
How to use DOIs for data citation.
How to cite a dataset
How to find publications with DOIs
Link your publications to your dataset (and vise versa) using DOIs

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  • What will you learn: voordelen, nut DOIs, linking,
  • Data requires citations for the same reasons journal articles and other types of publications require citations: to acknowledge the original author/producer and to help  researchers find the resource.
  • Can you find a publication using its DOI? How did you do it?
  • Opdracht: copy/paste citation from 3TU.DC into publication
  • [4.1] Data Citation and DOI's - Research Data Management - part of PhD course - [3TU.Datacenter]

    1. 1. Data citation and DOIs 101 for PhD students, starting their academic career [2014] CC-BY: 3TU.Datacentre more info @ www.datacentrum.3tu.nl/en/
    2. 2. What will you learn? • What data citation is, and what the benefits are. • How to use DOIs for data citation. • How to cite a dataset • How to find publications with DOIs • Link your publications to your dataset (and vise versa) using DOIs
    3. 3. -claiming your data- DOI’s and data citation explained Source: http://youtu.be/PgqtiY7oZ6k [4:51]
    4. 4. Why data citation with DOI’s is important • Recognisable id in science • Authoritave data claim • Persistent link to data • Makes data discoverable
    5. 5. Data citation: example 1
    6. 6. Data citation: example 2 Yang, S., Lui, K., Mayo, S., Tullon, A. (2012) CIPS Sandstone Microstructure. CSIRO Data Collection. http://dx.doi.org/10.4225/08/5 045B5990B44
    7. 7. Data citation: example 3
    8. 8. What is a DOI ? • What you see: alphanumeric string (never changes) • Associated with: location (such as URL) • Accompanied with: who, what, when… (metadata)
    9. 9. • Stable linking – Data can move, without breaking the link Benefits of a DOI
    10. 10. Example DOI • String: 10.4121/uuid:57acdc8d-5c86-478a-9ada- 8c075cc30b0a • Html version: http://dx.doi.org/10.4121/uuid:57acdc8d- 5c86-478a-9ada-8c075cc30b0a • Location: http://data.3tu.nl/repository/uuid:57acdc8d- 5c86-478a-9ada-8c075cc30b0a • Metadata – Creator: Westhoff, M.C.(Martijn) – Title: High resolution temperature observations to identify different runoff processes – Publisher: TU Delft – Publication year: 2011
    11. 11. DataCite • Growing demand to make data citable. • DataCite is an international consortium whose aims are: – to establish easier access to research data on the internet – to increase acceptance of research data as legitimate, citable contributions to the scholarly record – to support data archiving that will permit results to be verified and re-purposed for future study. • Development of standards, workflows, and best practices. • 2013: 18 members from 13 countries, 9 associated members, ~2.2 Million DOIs
    12. 12. What is the value of a data set with a DOI? • Datasets with a DOI have to be: • Stable (i.e. not going to be modified) • Complete (i.e. not going to be updated) • Permanent – by assigning a DOI we’re committing to make the dataset available for posterity • Good quality – by assigning a DOI we’re giving it our data centre stamp of approval, saying that it’s complete and all the metadata is available
    13. 13. Assignment: Find a paper using its DOI • doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(08)61345-8
    14. 14. Resolving DOI’s • Open the following DOI site in your browser: http://dx.doi.org • Enter the entire DOI citation in the text box provided, and then click Go. • The document that matches the DOI citation will display in your browser window.
    15. 15. How to get a DOI • Deposit your datasets with a DOI enabled data repository, e.g. 3TU.Datacentrum • Deposit your article/paper or thesis at a DOI enabled journal publisher or institutional repository
    16. 16. Link your datasets to your publications
    17. 17. How to use DOIs in your publication for citing your data • To enhance the visibility and sharing of your datasets, we strongly recommend you to include in your article or dissertation the DOIs you have applied for your datasets. – Example 1: (at imprint section of the thesis)
    18. 18. Data citation usage: Example 2 in References section of the publication
    19. 19. Data citation Example 3: Copy-paste ready in data archive Copy and paste into your publication
    20. 20. Link your dataset to your ORCID • ORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network – http://odin-project.eu/ – http://datacite.labs.orcid-eu.org/ • Link datasets to your ORCID profile
    21. 21. Questions? • contact us at: datacentrum@3tu.nl • website: http://datacentrum.3tu.nl or • website: http://datacite.tudelft.nl • Follow us on twitter: @3TUDatacentrum • Watch our short video on persistent identifiers and data citation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgqtiY7oZ6k

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