A new service allows researchers to add research datasets – and other content with DataCite DOIs, including all figshare content – to their ORCID profile by integrating with the DataCite Metadata Store. The tool is an adaption (or fork) of the CrossRef Metadata Search developed by Karl Ward, and was developed by Gudmundur Thorisson and myself as part of work in the EU-funded ODIN project. More details can be found here.
There are many things I like about this new DataCite/ORCID integration tool:
I want to explore some of these ideas in the panel Attribution: Managing Provenance, Ethics, and Metrics at the combined ORCID/Dryad Meeting in Oxford next Thursday.
Announcing the DataCite Profiles Service
DataCite Labs today is launching the DataCite Profiles service, a central place for users to sign in with DataCite, using their ORCID credentials.The first version of DataCite Profiles focusses on integration with ORCID via the Search & Link and Auto-Update services, ...
Introducing DataCite JSON
All DataCite DOIs have associated metadata, described in the DataCite Metadata Schema Documentation (DataCite Metadata Working Group (2017)), validated and stored as XML in the DataCite Metadata Store (MDS). These metadata are then made available via DataCite APIs and services. ...
First InvenioRDM Long-Term Support (LTS) version released today – and Front Matter is joining as a participating partner
The open source research data management platform InvenioRDM today announced the first Long-Term Support (LTS) release, usable on production services. And I am joining the effort as a participating partner via Front Matter, ...