DataCite office closed December 22 2013 - January 06 2014

The DataCite offlice is closed between December 22 2013 and January 06 2014, so it will take a bit longer to answer your contact requests.

We wish you a nice holiday season and expect 2014 to be an exciting year for the Data Sharing Community.

Higgs discovery data citable thanks to a DataCite DOI

Today the two particle physics theorists François Englert and Peter W. Higgs, Nobel prize in Physics for 2013, will receive their awards in Sweden.
The data confirming the existince of the Higgs-Boson can be cited with a DataCite DOI: 10.7484/INSPIREHEP.DATA.A78C.HK44

Force 11: Draft Declaration of Data Citation Principles

People have been working on data citation issues for a long time. Different groups and different communities have come up with different guidelines and recommendations on how data should be cited. The different approaches generally agree in principle, but there are some distinct differences. It is fair to say that the different approaches were almost seen as competing in some way.

Summer meeting talks (slides + audio)

We are happy to announce that the full talks (slides and audio) of the 2013 DataCite Summer meeting are now available. Please click here to see all talks with their respective presentations and slides.

ODIN Project Outputs

DataCite is participating in the European Commission FP7 project ORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network (ODIN), running from September 2012 to August 2014. After a successful conference last month in Geneva we are proud to disseminate all the scientific deliverables produced so far:

ODIN Deliverables.

We will keep informing about the progress of this exciting project.

DataCite Metadata Generator tool

An updated version of the DataCite Metadata Generator tool which supports DataCite Metadata Kernel version 3.0 has been created by Marcin Paluch. The tool is a single HTML form which allows users to create metadata through text inputs and drop-down selections.

DOI support for DSpace - Testers needed

The university library of Technische Universität Berlin developed support for DOIs in DSpace.
The plan is to get it into the next release DSpace 4.0. The developers would be glad if anyone interested in this feature could test it. To test it, it would be helpful if you're familiar with installing DSpace using its source release.

DataCite Summer meeting slides available

We are pleased to announce that the slides from the presentations at this year's meeting are now available. In a few days we will post the whole talks together with the audio.
See the slides after the jump.

DataCite summer meeting streaming

For those of you unable to come to Washington DC, the summer meeting will be streamed through:

Windows Media Player:

mms://video.nationalacademies.org/wmtencoder/live.wmv

Hashtag on Twitter will be #datacite

In any case we will post all the presentations together with the slides soon.

The DataCite Metadata Working Group wants to hear from you!

Thanks to everyone who participated in the evaluation of the pre-release version of the new metadata schema. The Metadata Working Group is also interested in hearing from the DataCite client community on an ongoing basis. We’d like to know about:

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