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ORI & RJ Broker: Automating Deposition to Multiple Repositories

  1. 1. Organisation and Repository Identification (ORI) & Repository Junction Broker (RJ Broker) Automating Deposition to Multiple Repositories1 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  2. 2. Outline Overview ORI RJ Broker 2 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  3. 3. OverviewORI: Organisation and Repository Identification Aggregation of online resources provides information about organisations and repositories Not authoritative identification sourceRJ Broker: Repository Junction Broker Automates the deposition of research output to multiple repositories Uses ORI identifies institutions and their related repositories Support Open Access (OA)ORI & RJ Broker Build on previous projects:  Open Access Repository Junction  OpenDepot.org Services to be made available through UK RepositoryNet+  ORI in September 2012  RJ Broker in March 2013 3 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  4. 4. ORI - Organisations and Repositories Identification Independent middleware tool Harvest identification data UK Repo Info Store the information Allow query of the information UK Organisation Info ORI International Organisation Info APIs Store International Repo Info Geo Info Network Info 4 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  5. 5. ORI – Functionality Webometrics orgs ORI UKAM F WhoIs APIs ROAR(http, json, xml, linked data) Postgres 9 OpenDOAR UCAS Unlock Manual Curation Webometrics repos 5 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  6. 6. ORI – Data Inputs Aggregation of (authoritative) sources  23,000 organisations & 3,000 repositories  No universal Org ID or Repo ID  Names Projects ORCID, VIAF, ISNI,…  Data accuracy, complexity, normalisation: sources (find, validate, merge, de-duplicate, coverage, missing data), updates,…  Automation, manual curation  Worldwide scope: languages, internationalisation,… Improve value through aggregation Improve quality through data curation 6 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  7. 7. ORI – Data Outputs Information about organisation and repository (name, location, IP, type, URLs,…) Suitable APIs  Ease  Performance  Potential users:  EDINA, HE, funders, publishers, mobile deposit clients,…  YOU? Let me know of any use case! 7 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  8. 8. FocusRepository Junction Broker (RJ Broker) aims to support OpenAccess: To increase the number of deposits to UK repositories To minimise effort by depositors and IRs managers Funders SubjectAuthor/PI repo Author 2 / Representative Institutional Repo Publishers IR Publisher IR System IR 8 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  9. 9. RJ Broker  Independent middleware tool  Accept deposit of research articles  Identify target repositories from metadata  Handle deposition to registered repositories  Provide tracking ID UK Repo Author/P I International RJ Broker Repo Publishers Institutional Repo Funders ORI Subject repoLibrarian/Data manager 9 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  10. 10. RJ Broker – Functionality URI Registered RepoData Supplier CERIF? RIOXX? Registered NLM DTD Repo RJ Broker EPrints SWORD SWORD .xml .pdf, OpenDepot.org .jpg, .doc, .zip .xls xml Registered Repo ORI 10 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  11. 11. RJ Broker – Facts & Challenges Accepting Deposits:  Many Stakeholders:  Authors / PIs / Librarians / Repository Managers (UKPMC)  Funding bodies (RCUK, Wellcome Trust)  Publishers (NPG, Elsevier, eLife)  Data format & type  Compressed archive (.zip) • Metadata: XML • Content : Anything (research output publication now & data in future)  Standards (version, compliance)  OA and what it means for each stakeholder  Green v gold, embargo period, metadata v data  Legal agreements: standard v bespoke 11 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  12. 12. RJ Broker – Facts & Challenges Processing:  Scalability & performance (speed & storage)  OA & other access level  Post deposition storage Deposition:  Registration of repositories and uptake  APIs, Credentials  OA & legal agreements  Return tracking ID for each deposit  status of deposit, reporting, monitoring embargo period Encourage interaction existing infrastructure 12 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  13. 13. RJ Broker – Key Factor  Automated process Reporting UK Repo Author/P I International RJ Broker Processing Deposits Delivering Repo Collecting Deposits Publishers Deposits Institutional Repo Funders ORI Subject repoLibrarian/Data manager 13 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  14. 14. RJ Broker – Key Factor  Human interaction Reporting UK Repo Author/P I International Collecting RJ Broker Processing Deposits Delivering Repo Publishers Deposits Deposits Institutional Repo Funders ORI Subject repoLibrarian/Data manager 14 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
  15. 15. Thanks! Muriel Mewissen – Project Manager Ian Stuart – Software Engineer Christine Rees – Head of Biblio & Multimedia Group Peter Burnhill – Director of EDINA Any questions? 15 Muriel Mewissen – OR12 10 July 2012
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