Humanity will remember 2020 for lots of reasons. Maybe one of them will be that it was the year that conferences and meetings around the globe went online. Maybe this trend won’t last, but for many, the challenge of bringing together communities to try and replicate the in person meeting experience with a virtual one, […]
Month: October 2020
DataCite Commons at your service
DataCite and the FREYA project partners are proud to announce the official launch of DataCite Commons today. DataCite Commons is the web interface to explore the PID Graph, formed by the publications, datasets, research software, and other research outputs generated by researchers working at research institutions and supported by grant funding [@ttps://doi.org/10.5438/jwvf-8a66]. The PID Graph […]
Building communities together: our policies, licenses and agreements
As DataCite continues to scale as a global community with members across 43 countries, it is important that we make sure our operations and policies align to support our growing community of members. Earlier this year we set out the Vision 2020[@https://doi.org/10.5438/9j86-bv91], which included optimising internal operations, systems and processes as one of the strategic […]
How would you recognize the contributions made by a dataset?
DataCite occasionally has guest blog posts that illustrate how the community makes use of DataCite services or metadata. In this post, we hear from Richard Wynne from Rescognito, who have started using DataCite metadata to explore how persistent identifiers can be used to recognize a broader set of research contributions. DataCite continues to participate in […]