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Using metadata: Who, how and why - Crossref LIVE Hannover

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Jennifer Kemp talks about using metadata: who, how and why. Presented at Crossref LIVE local Hannover, June 27th 2018.

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Using metadata: Who, how and why - Crossref LIVE Hannover

  1. 1. Using metadata: Who, how and why LIVE Hannover 27 June 2018 Jennifer Kemp Head of Business Development @SaysJKemp
  2. 2. By the numbers
  3. 3. Members —> Crossref Basic metadata: titles; author names; ISSNs/ ISBNs, abstracts, references Funding Information, Funder identifiers, award numbers License Information, License URIs Full-text URIs (e.g. TDM) Crossmark: updates, retractions, corrections ORCID iDs Recently: Peer Review reports, relations Soon… Organization IDs, Grant IDs, etc…
  4. 4. Crossref metadata for machines & humans
  5. 5. Metadata API Plus: New in 2018 JSON REST API* ● Metadata ‘snapshots’ ● Metadata normalized across interfaces ● Priority support ● Guaranteed uptime ● Higher rate limit ● Notifications ● *Also has a free public interface XML OAI-PMH
  6. 6. Web searches
  7. 7. What do people do with Crossref metadata?
  8. 8. Metadata for discoverability • ORCID, Funder ID & Award No. • Abstracts • References • Links to data & software • Links to preprints • Links to conference papers and posters • Links to research resource IDs (identifiers for assays, materials, etc.) • Links to post-publication events (reviews, comments & discussions, bookmarks, shares, recommendations, references, media coverage) • Access indicators (publication license for text & data mining, machine mining URLs)
  9. 9. Metadata for research integrity • Updates (corrections, retraction, update, expressions of concern, etc.) • Peer review history, type, assets • Funding data (COI) • ORCIDs (authors, reviewers, editors, etc.) • Affiliation (authors, reviewers, editors, etc.) • License data (full text, abstract, etc.)
  10. 10. Metadata for reproducibility • Updates (corrections, retraction, update, expressions of concern, etc.) • Funding data (COI) & ORCIDs (authors, reviewers, editors, etc.) • License data (full text, abstract, etc.) • Links to peer review assets • Links to underlying data & software • Links to protocols • Links to versions • Links to videos/audio and other supporting information • Links to research resource IDs (identifiers for assays, materials, etc.) • Links to clinical trial registry and trial number
  11. 11. Metadata for reporting and assessment • ORCID, Funder ID, Grant ID & Award No. • Abstracts • References • Peer review description & assets • Links to data & software • Links to preprints • Links to conference papers and posters • Links to research resource IDs (identifiers for assays, materials, etc.) • Links to post-publication events (reviews, comments & discussions, bookmarks, shares, recommendations, references, media coverage) • Access indicators (publication license for text & data mining, machine mining URLs)
  12. 12. “We would love to see rights- declaration metadata. This is invaluable to know whether it’s public domain or copyrighted, and any constraints for use.” Cynthia Hudson-Vitale, Digital data librarian in Research Data and GIS Services at Washington University in St. Louis Libraries and visiting program office for SHARE
  13. 13. A free open dataset built on the Centre for Open Science (COS) technology Integrates Crossref metadata to join other sources such as DataONE, 50+ library institutional repositories.
  14. 14. Who else uses Crossref metadata?
  15. 15. • Funders • Institutions • Archives & repositories • Research councils • Publishing vendors • Metrics providers • Reference manager systems • Lab & diagnostics suppliers • PID providers, registration agencies Metadata reaches: • Data centres • Professional networks • Patent offices • Indexing services • Sharing platforms • Data analytics systems • Literature discovery services • Educational tools
  16. 16. funders and funding tracking tools
  17. 17. author profiling tools
  18. 18. • Find out more at https://i4oc.org • Find out which members’ references are open: https:// www.crossref.org/reports/members-with-open-references/ • Contact support@crossref.org with any queries.
  19. 19. CHORUS
  20. 20. Crossref metadata helps research to be found, cited, linked-to, assessed, and re-used
  21. 21. Events surrounding it ffff Metadata: Literature Associated research outputs Associated research entities
  22. 22. Thank you! jkemp@crossref.org @SaysJkemp

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