Schlagwort: PID

ORCID effektiv nutzen

Publikationslisten sind ein integraler Bestandteil der Biografie von Wissenschaftlern. Aber was ist besser als persönliche Webseiten oder arbeitgeberbezogene Listen? ORCID bietet eine Lösung für Publikationslisten und Lebensläufe an einem zentralen Ort, wobei der Forscher selbst die volle Kontrolle darüber hat, welche Informationen aufgenommen, angezeigt oder weitergegeben werden. Dies ist ein Zusatznutzen zur eindeutigen Identifizierung einer Person über einen Persistent Identifier.

Using ORCID efficiently

Publication lists are an integral part of scientists’ biographies. But what is better than personal websites or employer-based lists? ORCID provides a solution for publication lists and CVs in one central location, with the researcher themselves in full control of what information is included, displayed or shared. This is an added benefit to uniquely identifying a person via a Persistent Identifier.

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Project TAPIR: Harvesting the power of PIDs

In the TAPIR project, we are testing partially automated procedures for research reporting in the context of university and non-university research. We are investigating the extent to which the necessary data aggregation can be carried out on the basis of openly available research information using persistent identifiers.

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Projekt TAPIR: Mit der Macht der PIDs

Im Projekt TAPIR erproben wir teilautomatisierte Verfahren zur Forschungsberichterstattung im Kontext universitärer und außeruniversitärer Forschung. Wir gehen der Frage nach, inwiefern die dazu erforderliche Datenaggregation auf Basis offen verfügbarer Forschungsinformationen mittels persistenter Identifikatoren durchgeführt werden kann.

Happy Birthday DataCite!

An interview with Britta Dreyer on ten years of DataCite: a success story around the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) The foundation of the association DataCite celebrated it’s 10th anniversary in the beginning of December 2019, a reason to look back and peak into the future. In the interview Britta Dreyer, head of the department PID and Metadata Services at TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technilogy and DataCite Business Manager, talks about what has been achieved, the challenges of the future and the cooperation with DataCite partners Ten years of DataCite, that is a great success. But actually the history of DataCite started a little bit before. Namely in 2004 with the first registration of a Digital Object Identifier (DOI), a unique and persistent digital identifier, at TIB. Tell us how it all began. Scientific research generates a gigantic and constantly growing amount of digital research data. These data sets are of immense importance for science. On the one hand, they increase the transparency and traceability of research results. On the other hand, the rapid technological developments provide the opportunity to use the research data for further research projects. These reasons were decisive in the TIB’s decision to become the world’s first DOI registration agency for research data in 2005. It emerged from the project “Publikation und Zitierbarkeit von Primärdaten” (Publication and citeability of primary data) – STD-DOI for short – funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). The aim was and still is to make research data