Digital Object Identifiers (DOIS) in Open Science, May 2023

G.Landais, Gus Muench, Raffaele d'Abrusco

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Wednesday May 10 -14:00 : plenary room
Speaker Title Time Abstract Material
Gilles Landais DOI status in IVOA 10 Introduction on the DOIs status in the Virtual Observatory and in Open Sciences. The challenges to provide curated metadata in order to improve data citation. pdf
Gus Muench (AAS)
The utility of dataset DOIs in manuscript review and scientific publications 12+3 I will describe the current practices for using dataset digital object identifiers in the publication of scientific journal articles. This includes both their use in the data- and peer-review processes and in the expression of relationship(s) between datasets and published works. Further, I will propose templates for drawing out the provenance of datasets created, reused, and accessed by distinct archives and toolkits. By highlighting a set of barriers to the successful reuse of dataset identifiers I hope to guide the best practices undertaken by archives and authors when minting dataset identifiers. pdf
S.Peroni (Bologna university) DOI (and Beyond) for Publications and Other Citable Research Outcomes 12+3 OpenCitations is an independent, community-led, and not-for-profit Open Science infrastructure organisation that publishes open bibliographic and citation data. During this talk, I will show the main collections and services OpenCitations includes and how it enables several PIDs to be associated with citing/cited entities and citations. pdf
A.Accomazzi (ADS)
DOI-Enabled Discovery and Credit: an ADS Perspective 12+3 I describe the ADS Policy for data indexing and linking, highlighting how DOIs provide the basic infrastructure required to make this an automated and robust process. PDF
B.Cecconi (Obs Paris) Data Management and DOI implementation and lessons' learnt 12+3 We present how Data management and DOI are implemented in a real-life service (space science and radio astronomy). We show things that work, and things that don't work. PDF

M.Parsons (Nasa)


the new NASDA DOI Registration guidelines and general guidelines process. 12+3

The guidelines provide an overview of the scenarios in which NASA data repositories may need to register a DOI and the mechanisms through which they can do so. They provide guidance on the registration process and appropriate roles. The intent is to identify services and define a process that allow data repositories the flexibility they need to respond to the needs of their user communities while also enabling the creation of a central NASA registry of DOIs managed through the Scientific and Technical Information (STI) Program Office.

R.d'Abrusco Conclusion 5    

Relevant Links and Information

Topic attachments
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PDFpdf 2023-05-DCP-Cecconi-MASER-DMP-DOI-V2.pdf r2 r1 manage 6930.3 K 2023-05-10 - 11:57 BaptisteCecconi  
PDFpdf ADS_DOI-enabled_Discovery_and_Credit.pdf r1 manage 968.5 K 2023-05-10 - 02:24 AlbertoAccomazzi Alberto's Presentation
PDFpdf DCP-DOI.pdf r2 r1 manage 1137.9 K 2023-05-09 - 21:11 GillesLandais DOI introduction - DOI status in IVOA (2013, Bologna)
PDFpdf DOI-S-peroni.pdf r1 manage 4090.5 K 2023-05-10 - 09:59 GillesLandais Open Citation , Bologna 2023
PDFpdf Muench_DOI_Notes.pdf r2 r1 manage 237.7 K 2023-05-11 - 07:06 GillesLandais  
PDFpdf Muench_IVOASpring2023.pdf r1 manage 2651.2 K 2023-05-10 - 11:50 GillesLandais  
PDFpdf parsons_ivoa_doi_guidelines.pdf r1 manage 1064.1 K 2023-05-09 - 21:31 GillesLandais NASA guideline M.Parsons
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