Raymond, Lisa M.
A Woods Hole data repository for data supporting published articles.
In: Emerging Opportunities: 20th Annual SAIL meeting
, April 27-30, 2010
, Tifton, GA.
The motivation for publishing data comes from publishers and funding agencies new requirements that authors make the data underlying the figures, tables and text of submitted manuscripts available for readers and other interested parties. The goal was to identify best practices for tracking data provenance and clearly attributing credit to data collectors/providers for data published in journal articles. In order for the data supporting a scientific article to be accessible it needs to be discoverable, citeable and available on the Internet. Resources, standards, and workflows must be defined to support the publisher and funding agency mandates. For the data to be discoverable, appropriate metadata must be associated with the data file. Data will be made citeable by the assignment of a persistent identifier, provenance metadata and attribution. The availability of the data will be assured by submission to a data repository that has stability and permanence. I will share information on two workshops sponsored by the MBLWHOI Library, the use case selected to develop a workflow and our progress and challenges to date. (Document contains 16 pages)
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||A Woods Hole data repository for data supporting published articles
|Raymond, Lisa M.||email@example.com|
||George Frederick Jewett Foundation
||Emerging Opportunities: 20th Annual SAIL meeting
||April 27-30, 2010
||SAIL: a regional affiliate of IAMSLIC
||data repository; institutional repository; provenance; attribution; MBLWHOI Library
||07 May 2010 17:06
||29 Sep 2011 17:32
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