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  1. Data Citation and DOIs: back to basics Welcome to the webinar! While you're waiting .... some links you might like to explore • http://ands.org.au/cite-data/index.html • http://www.ands.org.au/cite-data/index.html • http://www.datacite.org • http://schema.datacite.org/meta/kernel-3/doc/DataCite-MetadataKernel_v3.0.pdf http://www.ands.org.au/services/cmd-technical-document.pdf

  2. Like to tweet? • ANDS Twitter: #andsdata

  3. Data Citation and DOIs: back to basics • Gerry Ryder 1 May 2014

  4. Today’s presenters Gerry Ryder • Research Data AnalystAdelaide, CSIRO • Liz Woods • Web Applications Project OfficerCanberra

  5. What is data citation? What is a DOI? Do DOIs = data citation? Why do we care about data citation? Welcome! Image: http://andrew-johnson.org

  6. What’s new? ands.org.au

  7. Available for download at: ands.org.au/cite-data/index.html

  8. What is data citation? Yang, S., Lui, K., Mayo, S., Tullon, A. (2012) CIPS Sandstone Microstructure. CSIRO Data Collection. http://dx.doi.org/10.4225/08/5045B5990B44

  9. 20th century data sharing

  10. The evolution of data citation PatL; Ross. (2011?, 2012? N.D.): Qld films. Griffith. Lots of Misc Files Red USB, bottom RH drawer, my office. Pat Laughren, Ross Woodrow. (2011) Queensland Films 1930-1960: from Talkies to Television. Griffith Film School, Griffith University. http://dx.doi.org/10.4225/01/4F8E1426244BD

  11. Pat Laughren, Ross Woodrow ( 2011 ): Queensland Films 1930-1960: from Talkies to Television. Griffith Film School, Griffith University.http://dx.doi.org/10.4225/01/4F8E1426244BD

  12. DOIs for data Woodrow, Ross, Laughren, Patrick ( 2011 ): Queensland Films 1930-1960: from Talkies to Television. Griffith Film School, Griffith University. http://dx.doi.org/10.4225/01/4F8E1426244BD

  13. Digital Object Identifiers 101 >>Globally unique identifier; >>Easy and persistent access to research data (and other resource types); Image:http://liberationathletics.com >>DOIs are “minted” and are “resolvable”; >>Minting implies a long term commitment to maintain the resource; >>DOIs support automated tracking of reuse aka data citation metrics.

  14. More about DOIs • DOI Styles • doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.745927 • 10.4225/13/50BBFCFE08A12 • http://dx.doi.org/10.4225/13/50BBFCFE08A12 • http://doi.org/10.4225/13/50BBFCFE08A12 • >>ANDS Cite My Data Service – more on that shortly … • >>ANDS DOIs are for research data, software, workflows

  15. Why do we care? » Data citation is becoming accepted scholarly practice.» Traditional journals are embracing data citation; Many new journals assume data citation. » Research funding will have more emphasis on data access + reuse = citation (note ARC Funding Rules)» In the future, scholarly metrics are likely to include citations to data.» DOIs – best practice for persistent access to data products. Image: http://xkcd.com/285/

  16. Do we have a metadata catalogue? Do we have a store of publicly available data? Do our researchers regularly archive data? Are our researchers interested in data citation? Do our policy makers support data citation? Are our datasets stable? Do we have access to a developer to implement the tools? Source: Dave Connell, Australian Antarctic Data Centre Data citation readiness checklist

  17. Overview of ANDS Cite My Data Service • Liz Woods 1 May 2014

  18. ANDS Cite My Data Service Enables research organisations to assignDOIs to research datasets or collections Machine to machine service Clients embed the service within their data management workflows No accessibility for individual researchers User interface for clients to list and update DOIs More detailed information at: http://ands.org.au/services/cite-my-data.html

  19. DataCite, ANDS and Data Centres • The Digital Object Identifier (DOI) System provides a framework for persistent identification. • The DOI System is an ISO International Standard which is based on the Handle System. • In order to provide DOI minting services that integrate with the global DOI System an organisationmust be registered as an authorised Registration Agency (RA). ANDS is a member of an established International Registration Agency called DataCite. • As a member of DataCite, ANDS can register ‘Data Centers’ with DataCite. These Data Centres are then authorised to mint DOIs . A Data Center, for our purposes, roughly equates to an organisation or institution. • The ANDS Cite My Data M2M service utilises the DOI services offered through our membership with DataCite while also adding a layer of administration and business logic. • More information on DataCite can be found at https://www.datacite.org

  20. How to register for CMD Services • Client details required to register for an ANDS CMD account • DOI Account Name - A name for the Cite My Data account. Usually an organisation. • IP Address or Range - An IP address or a range IP addresses of client machines that will be minting DOIs. • Account Contact Full Name - The name of a contact at your site ANDS should contact to discuss DOI related issues. • Account Contact Email Address - Email address for the primary contact. Group mailboxes are preferred over personal email addresses as they ensure ANDS has an ongoing contact point if a client's staff member changes role or leaves. • Top Level Domains - Comma separated list of top level domains that DOI URLs will be resolved under. Remember DOI URLs must resolve to a public landing page that contains information about the associated dataset. • Once registered the client will have access to minting DOIs with a test prefix.

  21. Client Implementation Clients will use their ANDS provided authentication details to access the CMD service. Access will be via calls to the endpoint service Urls. eg: https://services.ands.org.au/doi/1.1/mint.{response_type}/?app_id={app_id}&url={url} The service point example above is requesting a new DOI (mint). The client must also provide their ANDS provided app_id and the url that the DOI will resolve to. As part of the call the client must also pass the Datacite XML which describes the citation. Initially clients will be allocated with the DataCite test DOI prefix (10.5072) for their testing/implementation. When clients are ready to start minting production DOIs: Have the Cite My Data Participant Agreement form signed by a representative of your institution. Send the signed participant agreement to ANDS. You will receive a notification from ANDS when you're ready to mint production DOIs. Detailed technical documentation can be found at http://www.ands.org.au/services/cmd-technical-document.pdf

  22. The mandatory set of information that needs to be passed through to mint a DOI as DataCite XML URL - The URL for the landing page of the dataset. (Passed as a parameter and not part of the XML metadata) Title- A name or title by which a resource is known. Creators- The main researchers involved in producing the data, or the authors of the publication, in priority order. Publisher- The holder of the data (including archives as appropriate) or institution that submitted the work. Publication Year - The year when the data was or will be made publicly available. DataCite XML

  23. DataCite XML <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <resource xmlns="http://datacite.org/schema/kernel-3" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://datacite.org/schema/kernel-3 http://schema.datacite.org/meta/kernel-3/metadata.xsd"> <identifier identifierType="DOI">10.5072/00/bcndhj78437hjk</identifier> <creators> <creator> <creatorName>Woods, Liz</creatorName> </creator> </creators> <titles> <title>Data Test Example</title> </titles> <publisher>ANDS</publisher> <publicationYear>2014</publicationYear> </resource>

  24. Client Implementation Summary

  25. Client User Interface • To assist Cite My Data clients in administering their DOIs ANDS have developed an application which • will allow clients to: • List DOIs minted by the client • Ensure a DOI is resolvable • Output a DOI’s DataCite XML • Update a DOIs URL (the resolvable landing page) • Check that all DOIs minted by the client are resolvable • View client registration details • View the activity log

  26. ANDS DOI Statistics • As of 30/04/2014 • 27 clients(organisations) are registered as Data Centres with DataCite via ANDS CMD • 2343 Production DOIs minted through ANDS CMD

  27. The recording from todays webinar will be available from our media publications resource page http://ands.org.au/presentations/audio-video.html and from our YouTube channel • http://youtube.com/andsdata

  28. All ANDS media recordings are released under a CC BY license with the exception of the coat of arms and logos. ANDS is supported by the Australian Government through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) and the Super Science Initiative.