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7th Content Providers Community Call

OpenAIRE Content Providers Community Call, July 1st, 2020
This call was focused on Data Repositories namely the OpenAIRE Research Graph and Data Repositories, the OpenAIRE Content Acquisition Policy, and the Guidelines for Data Archive Managers.
Was also an opportunity to share the most recent updates and novelties in the OpenAIRE Content Provider Dashboard, and to get feedback from community.
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7th Content Providers Community Call

  1. 1. @openaire_eu 7th Community Call OPENAIRE CONTENT PROVIDERS MANAGERS OpenAIRE Research Graph and Data Repositories 01/07/2020
  2. 2. 1) OpenAIRE Provide updates 2) Main topic for discussion  OpenAIRE Research Graph and Data Repositories  OpenAIRE Content Acquisition policy  Guidelines for Data Archive Managers (updates/feedback) 3) Questions & comments AGENDA: Notes & Agenda ⇨
  3. 3. OpenAIRE PROVIDE – recent news & reminders New version available Brand new User Interface in production since April 7th. Broker events Broker have generated updates in May to the enrichment events. (there are Issues with the notifications via email - will be solved ASAP) Usage Statistics Service  Statistics already updated in the repository page in EXPLORE  The issues with the scalability of service are solved.  Work in progress to update the statistics in PROVIDE (we are gradually performing the correction in each repository). DSpace 5 & 6 extension to support compatibility with Guidelines v4. The Canadian Association of Research Libraries announced the availability of a DSpace plug-in to support the ORCID and Guidelines v4 in DSpace 5 & 6 (international collaboration between OpenAIRE, CARL and COAR).
  4. 4. @openaire_eu OpenAIRE Research Graph and Data RepositoriesContent Providers Community call Paolo Manghi (CNR-ISTI)
  5. 5. Bridging the worlds where science is performed and science is published
  6. 6. Services for all stakeholders Funders, institutions, RIs, initiatives, 3rd parties Content providers, Research Infras Researchers, scientists Support Accelerate Monitor
  7. 7. An open metadata research graph of interlinked scientific products, with access rights information, linked to funding information and research communities Graph: model for the representation of information OpenAIRE uses it to represent objects in the scholarly communication domain and the relationships that exist among them. Edges of the graph are annotated with a label that specifies the semantics of the relationships between two objects, each represented as a node in the graph.
  8. 8. … and more Academic Graph … and more … and more … and more European and international funders … and more … and more … and more Collecting metadata, links, and full-texts from more than 12K sources worldwide to materialize a graph where entities of the research life cycle are linked to each other
  9. 9. 9 Different records representing the same entity (results or organization) are merged in one Full-text mining Inference of new properties and links RAW OpenAIRE Research Graph the supply chain Data sources Metadata records corresponding to equivalent objects are merged. Pre-print, post-print, published versions are considered equivalent for stats & monitoring purposes
  10. 10. 10 RAW Metadata, relationships, full-texts Relationships Metadata, relationships, full-texts Metadata, relationships Aggregated data sources Aggregators Repositories Registries OA Journals Data sources Publishers CRIS 450Mi harvested records 500Mi bi-lateral links 13Mi+ full-texts
  11. 11. Registries: data sources offering authoritative lists of entities Registries of data sources Registries of organizations Registries of projects Registries of researchers and other funders + journal lists from publishers and other funders
  12. 12. OpenAIRE PROVIDE
  13. 13. OpenAIREContentProviderDashboard 13 One-stop-shop web service where EOSC data sources (repositories, data archives, journals, aggregators, CRIS systems) interact with OpenAIRE. It provides the front-end access to many of OpenAIRE's backend services.
  14. 14. Interoperable metadata is key for effective content sharing Use our validation service and see how you can apply the OpenAIRE Guidelines to expose your contents using global standards. VALIDATE
  15. 15. Reach a wider audience around the world Register your datasource in OpenAIRE and be part of a global interlinked network. REGISTER
  16. 16. OpenAIRE Guidelines toexposeyourmetadata in ordertointegrate withOpenAIRE infrastructure. OpenAIRE Guidelines Literature, Datasets,Software, otherresearchproducts OpenAIREacceptsthemetadatarecordsofallscientificproducts whosestructurerespectthemodelandsemanticsasexpressedby theOpenAIRE guidelines. OpenAccessandnon-Open Accessmaterialwillbeincludedand linkstootherproductswillberesolvedwherethisispossible. Content Acquisition policy
  17. 17. Aggregated record and Data Source Types Publications • Article • Preprint • Report • Patent • … Datasets • Dataset • Collection • Clinical Trial • … Software • Research Software • … Other Research Products • Service • Workflow • Interactive Resource • … Institutional/ publication repositories Journals/ publishers Data repositories Other Products repositories Software repositories CRIS
  18. 18. Added-value services On top of the Research Graph
  19. 19. Improve your metadata. Get more connections OA Broker service offers a wealth of information on scholarly communication data. Find out what interests you and subscribe to enrich your records. ENRICH
  20. 20. Discovery
  21. 21. Research Impact
  22. 22. Integration with third-party services EC SYGMA Scopus ORCID Feed
  23. 23. Supporting third-parties at building added-value services Open APIs and Dumps
  24. 24. Thank you! Paolo Manghi(CNR-ISTI),
  25. 25. Content Acquisition Policy
  26. 26. Content Acquisition Policy What data/metadata we collect How we process • All scientific research products (literature, dataset, software, other research products) • Of all access levels (open, closed / metadata only) • With a minimal quality conditions under which metadata can be accepted • It’s important that the access level of a record is made clear (preferably by an access level statement on record level; alternately by the use of specific OAI-sets) • Each record must contain a PID (or URL) that resolves to a splash page OpenAIRE have expanded the scope to accept the metadata records of all scientific products whose structure respect the model and semantics as expressed by the OpenAIRE guidelines.
  27. 27. Registration Process
  28. 28. Regitration Process •Make sure your repository is registered in Re3Data Re3data •OpenAIRE Guidelines for Data Archive Managers Validate •for regular aggregation and indexing in OpenAIRE Register
  29. 29. • Make sure your repository is registered in Re3Data, the global registry of research data repositories from different academic disciplines. • Validate your datasource • Test the compatibility of your repository to the OpenAIRE Guidelines for Data Archives. Regitration Process
  30. 30. • Register your repository in OpenAIRE. • Once registered in OpenAIRE, your repository will be ready for regular aggregation and indexing in OpenAIRE. Regitration Process
  31. 31. Guidelines for Data Archive Managers
  32. 32. Ongoing work: • New updates in draft version: • It covers the following main topics: • updating to DataCite kernel schema version 4.3 • use of additional vocabularies, e.g. COAR vocabulary, instead of info:eu-repo • more clear presentation of , e.g. obligations and occurrences, and examples • the FAIR guidelines and/or Plan S principles will be considered, as far as possible or needed OpenAIRE Guidelines for Data Archive Managers
  33. 33. • It introducing also the way for a more generic guidelines with specializations, like for Managers of data archives. • Since last year, we are in the state of request for comments for the actual data archive guidelines  • Everyone could participate to it and our introduced feedback channel is via Google Docs:  OpenAIRE Guidelines for Data Archive Managers
  34. 34. 1) OpenAIRE Provide updates 2) Main topic for discussion  OpenAIRE Research Graph and Data Repositories  OpenAIRE Content Acquisition policy  Guidelines for Data Archive Managers (updates/feedback) 3) Questions & comments AGENDA: Notes & Agenda ⇨
  35. 35. Community Calls
  36. 36. Subscribe to our newsletter!
  37. 37. Thank you! Pedro Príncipe (UMINHO), Paolo Manghi (ISTI-CNR),