Monthly Archives: January 2011

Update on DataCite metadata schema location

Dear all, as DataCite is a DOI registration agency you can access the new Metadata Scheme ( see Joan’s post below ) as well through: doi:10.5438/0001 Furthermore we have also registered a DOI name for the corresponding XSD. The DOI-name … Continue reading

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DataCite metadata schema is online

Dear all, the DataCite Metadata Scheme has been finalized and is now available here: After many months and a lot of very early morning conference calls with my European colleagues, I am delighted to make this announcement. The core … Continue reading

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D-Lib issue on research data

Last June, the first DataCite meeting in Hannover was a great success. We had around 100 atendees from all over the world and many interesting talks on different research data topics. You can find the slides and videos from the … Continue reading

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Tracking data citation

Yesterday I was pointed to an interesting blog post about the problems of tracking data citation in the blog reserachremix by Heather Piwowar. Heather was trying to track the reuse of datasets that have a DOI through different channels (Google … Continue reading

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Some more details on 2011

For those of you who have taken the time to browse through my slides from the APE 2011, the most interesting bit might have been the outlook on slide 26, so I would like to go a little into detail … Continue reading

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Happy new year and welcome

Hi everybody welcome to the new DataCite Blog. In the last 13 month since the founding of DataCite a lot has happened globally concerning access to data. Many events have taken place, many initiatives have started. The idea of this … Continue reading

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