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BRIF workshop Toulouse 2012 ORCID intro and status update

  1. 1. ?????? 0000-0001-5635-1860 ORCiDs for researchers - now coming to a website near you Gudmundur A. Thorisson <gt50@leicester.ac.uk> University of Leicester / University of Iceland / ORCID EU This work is published under the Creative Commons Attribution license (CC BY: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) which means that it can be freely copied, redistributed and adapted, as long as proper attribution is given.Monday, 22 October 12
  2. 2. Overview ‣ Introduction to ORCID, an organization and a community ‣ ORCID has launched a live service - what happens now? ‣ Relevance to BRIF mission BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  3. 3. The problem with names Are these authors all the same person? G. Thorisson, University of Leicester How about these? G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester G. A. Thorisson, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Or these? J. Smith J. Smith J. Smith J. Smith J. Smith [...] [..] ∼2/3 of the ∼6 million authors in MEDLINE share a last name and first initial with at least one other author, and an ambiguous name refers to ∼8 persons on average. Torvik and Smalheiser. Author name disambiguation in MEDLINE. ACM Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data (2009) vol. 3 (3) BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  4. 4. The problem with names (cont) • Number of authors and other scholarly contributors is increasing • Number & kinds of “works” they contribute to is increasing BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  5. 5. The problem with names (cont) • Number of authors and other scholarly contributors is increasing • Number & kinds of “works” they contribute to is increasing ‣ The scholarly record is broken ‣ Reliable attribution of authors and contributors is impossible without unique person-level identifiers BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  6. 6. Use cases for contributor IDs • Why? – Attribution - link content creators with their works and attribute credit appropriately – Discovery - who contributed to publication X? which publications has person/organization Y contributed to? • What kind of contributions? – Characterizing ‘contributorship‘: role: author, creator, analyst, reviewer contribution: ‘conceived of study & designed experiment’, ‘wrote paper’, ‘performed experiments’ • LHC example: ~2000 ‘authors’ and ~170 institutions BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
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  8. 8. WHO CARES? Lots of people! • Publishers who publish researchers’ work – Accurate author info, dealing with coauthors, generally managing the peer- review & publishing process • Institutions that employ researchers – Evaluating performance of research staff, tenure decisions • Funders who give researchers money – Which PI scientists are getting funded, who are their co-applications, track which research outputs were produced by a given grant • Researchers! – Automated CVs, receive credit, save time when submitting manuscripts to journals BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  9. 9. The Open Researcher & Contributor ID initiative ‣ ORCID is an international, interdisciplinary organization involving multiple stakeholders: - Research institutions, libraries, funding organizations, publishers, intermediares and individual researchers ‣ Started in late 2009 to solve the name ambiguity problem in scholarly communication. ‣ Incorporated as a non-profit with a Board of Directors in August 2010. BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  10. 10. ORCID Principles 1. ORCID  will  work  to  support  the  crea7on  of  a  permanent,  clear  and  unambiguous  record  of  scholarly   communica7on  by  enabling  reliable  a@ribu7on  of  authors  and  contributors. 2. ORCID  will  transcend  discipline,  geographic,  na7onal  and  ins7tu7onal,  boundaries. 3. Par7cipa7on  in  ORCID  is  open  to  any  organiza7on  that  has  an  interest  in  scholarly  communica7ons. 4. Access  to  ORCID  services  will  be  based  on  transparent  and  non-­‐discriminatory  terms  posted  on  the   ORCID  website. 5. Researchers  will  be  able  to  create,  edit,  and  maintain  an  ORCID  ID  and  profile  free  of  charge. 6. Researchers  will  control  the  defined  privacy  seLngs  of  their  own  ORCID  profile  data. 7. All  profile  data  contributed  to  ORCID  by  researchers  or  claimed  by  them  will  be  available  in  standard   formats  for  free  download  (subject  to  the  researchers  own  privacy  seLngs)  that  is  updated  once  a  year   and  released  under  the  CC0  waiver. 8. All  soTware  developed  by  ORCID  will  be  publicly  released  under  an  Open  Source  SoTware  license   approved  by  the  Open  Source  Ini7a7ve.  For  the  soTware  it  adopts,  ORCID  will  prefer  Open  Source. 9. ORCID  iden7fiers  and  profile  data  (subject  to  privacy  seLngs)  will  be  made  available  via  a  combina7on   of  no  charge  and  for  a  fee  APIs  and  services.  Any  fees  will  be  set  to  ensure  the  sustainability  of  ORCID  as   a  not-­‐for-­‐profit,  charitable  organiza7on  focused  on  the  long-­‐term  persistence  of  the  ORCID  system. 10.ORCID  will  be  governed  by  representa7ves  from  a  broad  cross-­‐sec7on  of  stakeholders,  the  majority  of   whom  are  not-­‐for-­‐profit,  and  will  strive  for  maximal  transparency  by  publicly  pos7ng  summaries  of  all   board  mee7ngs  and  annual  financial  reports. BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  11. 11. ORCID Participants ORCID has 328 participant organizations from across the world, 50 of which have provided sponsorship funding. BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  12. 12. What makes ORCID different? • Some key facts: • ORCID is the only researcher identifier that is not limited to discipline, institution or geographic area • ORCID is backed by a non-profit organization with >300 participants • ORCID is backed by many different stakeholders • Publishers are an important ORCID stakeholder but are just one part • ORCID is serious about building an open system BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  13. 13. The ORCID service is now live! Individuals can register https://orcid.org/register at no charge‣ Get a persistent identifier‣ Start managing their profile - search&add publications - [more features coming soon] BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
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  16. 16. The ORCID service is now live! Individuals can register Individuals and organizations can at no charge use APIs to integrate their systems‣ Get a persistent identifier ‣ Public API‣ Start managing their profile ‣ free to use, no registration needed - search&add publications ‣ look up & search public profile data - [more features coming soon] ‣ Members API ‣ ORCID membership required, annual fee ‣ read/write protected profile data ‣ create profiles on behalf of users BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  17. 17. Organiza7on  creates  ORCID  field   ORCID  RESEARCH in  their  HR  system ORGANIZATION OrganizaGon  uses  Tier  2  API  to   upload  basic  informaGon  for  staff   member  to  ORCID WORKFLOW ORCID  system  searches  fo • Create  trans-­‐organizaGon  record  for  all   possible  matching  profile scholars  and  researchers  (students) OrganizaGon  prompted • Auto-­‐updates  for  researcher  publicaGons,   to  resolve  duplicates patents,  grants,  etc. ORCID::HR  profile   • Management  of  InsGtuGonal  Repository pairing  noGce  sent  to   researcher • Reduced  document  management  workload   Researcher  logs  into  ORCID  to   for  researchers approve  ORCID::HR  profile  pairing HR  profile  updated BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  18. 18. Researcher  starts   manuscript  submission ORCID  PUBLISHER Manuscript  submission  system   asks  researcher  to  supply  and   WORKFLOW validate  ORCID  idenGfier ORCID  Tier  2  API  passes  ID • Streamline  data  input (and  author  informaGon) to  submission  system • Create  author  links Manuscript  processed   and  content  published Metadata  and  ORCID deposited  to  CrossRef ORCID::DOI  pairings   submiXed  to  ORCID ORCID  profile updated BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  19. 19. Several launch partners already have integration • American Physical Society • Hindawi Publishing Corporation • Aries Systems • KNODE, Inc. • AVEDAS • Nature Publishing Group • Boston University • SafetyLit • California Institute of Technology • Symplectic • CrossRef • Thomson Reuters • Elsevier (Scopus) • ImpactStory • Faculty of 1000 • Wellcome Trust • figshare BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
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  21. 21. Relevance to BRIF • What can biobanks, databases and data repositories do? – NOW - obtain ORCiD’s for contributors, data creators, curators and start associating them with resources – LATER - update ORCID system with information on contributions BRIF workshop, Toulouse Oct 22 2012Monday, 22 October 12
  22. 22. Acknowledgements GEN2PHEN Consortium This work has received funding from the http://www.gen2phen.org/about-gen2phen/partners European Communitys Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement number 200754 - Prof Anthony J. Brookes Bioinformatics Group, Leicester the GEN2PHEN project. Contact me! <gt50@le.ac.uk> |<gthorisson@gmail.com> http://www.linkedin.com/in/mummi http://www.twitter.com/gthorisson Published under the CC BY license (http:// http://www.gthorisson.name creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/)Monday, 22 October 12

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