Category Archives: Data Citation

DOIs and the danger of data “quality”

I’ve just spent a moment looking at guidelines [PDF] from the UK’s National Environment Research Council (NERC) on how NERC funded research can obtain a persistent identifier through the DOI® system. NERC have a data sharing policy, and fund data centres … Continue reading

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The five stages to data sharing: Depression

Applying the Kübler-Ross model[1] to researchers and data sharing, based on various attitudes and comments we have encountered over the years. Don’t take the presentation seriously, but take the content seriously. Part four in a series of…uh, five. 4. Depression … Continue reading

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GESIS HQ hosted a DataCite workshop recently under the (translated) title of New Opportunities for New Solutions in Research Data Management. Although I was unable to stay for the whole workshop, I was able to sit in the morning session … Continue reading

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