Many things have changed in the last two years in the research community. Data publication and data citation are becoming a standard in different communities, and DataCite is proud to support the development of best practices and services for these emerging initiatives. In 2014, the DataCite Metadata Schema 3.1 was launched to support better affiliation […]
Month: September 2016
Software Citation Principles
The FORCE11 Software Citation Working Group has published the results of its review of existing community practices, using a consolidated set of Software Citation Principles [@https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj-cs.86] to encourage the adoption of software citation across disciplines. Supporting citation is part of DataCite’s core mission and this extends to software citation. These new principles will help the […]
PIDapalooza, the festival of persistent identifiers is coming soon!
Passionate as we are about persistent identifiers, we are delighted to invite you to PIDapalooza, the festival of PIDs this November in Reykjavik. Together with our colleagues from Crossref, ORCID and the California Digital Library, we have envisioned this community gathering for everyone who’s working with identifiers: digital tech experts, publishers, researchers, tool builders, organisations, […]