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DataCite search – part 2

Dear all, last week I introduced our basic search portal , today I want to highlight another feature, the DataCite content service. The idea behind it is the following: Usually a DOI name is resolved to a landing page giving … Continue reading

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DataCite search

Hello all, 2011 has been an exiting year. A lot has happened with DataCite and data citation in general. One year ago, I started this blog to keep you all updated. Today I am happy to present you the newest … Continue reading

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German Library Hi Tech award for Jan Brase

I am happy to annonce that I am the winner of this year’s German Libary Hi Tech award. The award is sponsored by Emerald Group Publishing Limited and recognises those who have made a significant contribution to the German Library … Continue reading

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EHEC genome with a DOI name

The May 2011 outbreak of an E. coli infection in Europe has resulted in serious concerns about the potential appearance of a new deadly strain of bacteria. The Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI) in collaboration with the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf … Continue reading

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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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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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