DMAOnline - Data Management Administration Online
What is DMAOnline?
A Jisc funded project that provides a single
dashboard view of the RDM picture across the
institution, helping you to develop business
cases, understand compliance and gather
DMAOnline and Pure
Pure, for us, contains information on project,
publications, and data. This information can be used, in
conjunction with information from other platforms, to
provide a clearer picture of the state of RDM at your
What is Mint?
A DOI minting application
Built with Ruby on Rails and is open source
Works with Pure native APIs
Code available at: https://github.com/lulibrary/doi
Because not everything requiring a DOI will be in
Pure for us.
Pure DOIs are context in-sensitive!
Mint - Relationship with Pure
Having said that, the first thing we need to mint DOIs
for is our research data which is in Pure.
Lancaster format for DOIs is:
From Inception to Completeness
We started with the mandatory metadata for Datacite.
We have recently extended Mint to work with Pure native
APIs and have a richer set of metadata.
Metadata is still not complete, as Pure APIs don’t reveal
everything. Especially important for us is ‘isCitedBy’ and
‘Cites’ under relationType.
Who is looking at all Interoperability/APIs of Pure from a customer perspective?
We want Pure to be as interoperable as possible,
easy to link with ORCID, ResearchGate, academia.edu, etc
DMAOnline team: Hardy Schwamm, John Krug, Adrian Albin-Clark, Rachel MacGregor, Michael Dunne
Mint team: Adrian Albin-Clark, Hardy Schwamm
Get in touch: Masud Khokhar, firstname.lastname@example.org, @mkhokhar
Credits and contact