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1 Is my institution ready for data citation? Dave Connell, Australian Antarctic Data Centre

2 Am I ready? Q: How do you know if an organisation is ready for Data Citation?

3 The Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) – case study A quick, getting to know you... Part of the federal government, but have many international connections Data management principles guided by the Antarctic Treaty Multi-themed science, ~60 projects running this season Antarctica is a long way away, expensive to work in Data tracked and managed by the Australian Antarctic Data Centre

4 The AAD science process The Data Policy Underpins all AAD scientific data management

5 The AAD science process Its Einstein, sir. He says some German scientists found that DOI you assigned to his atomic work... Scientists Projects Review Panel

6 The AAD science process Data Management PlansFunding approval

7 The AAD science process I pull this switch, and the laser will burn a DOI into his forehead... Scientific work undertakenAADC assistance

8 The AAD science process Data archivalScientist reputation scores

9 Data citation and the AAD Metadata (approx) Initial focus on collecting metadata, not data Then creating metadata based on projects Now (2013) have a large metadata catalogue available via several services – 2,100+ records

10 Data citation and the AAD Q: How do you know if an organisation is ready for Data Citation? A: Because they have an established (and populated) metadata catalogue

11 Data citation and the AAD Data 2001-present Focus switched to data, metadata just a component Scientists became used to the concept of archiving their data Public data Many, many TB of publicly available data, 1000s of individual datasets

12 Data citation and the AAD Q: How do you know if an organisation is ready for Data Citation? A: Because they have an established (and populated) metadata catalogue A: Because they have a store of publicly available data A: Because their researchers regularly archive data

13 Data citation and the AAD How do I cite data? Scientist driven question Modelled our solution on citing papers For example: Swadling, Kerrie (2000, updated 2008) Sea Ice Biota of Coastal Eastern Antarctica Australian Antarctic Data Centre - CAASM Metadata(https://data.aad.gov.au/aadc/metadata/metadata_redirect.cfm?md=/AMD/AU/ASAC_875)https://data.aad.gov.au/aadc/metadata/metadata_redirect.cfm?md=/AMD/AU/ASAC_875

14 Data citation and the AAD Q: How do you know if an organisation is ready for Data Citation? A: Because they have an established (and populated) metadata catalogue A: Because they have a store of publicly available data A: Because their researchers regularly archive data A: Because their researchers start asking, How do I cite data?

15 Data citation and the AAD 2012 DOIs for datasets Collaboration with ANDS Data citation policy For example Stark, Jonathan Sean and Johnstone, Glenn (2013, updated 2013) Sterols in marine sediment and fauna at Davis station 2009/10 Australian Antarctic Data Centre - doi:http://dx.doi.org/ /15/51DCA4FCB 6624http://dx.doi.org/ /15/51DCA4FCB 6624 DOIs AVAILABLE

16 Data citation and the AAD Q: How do you know if an organisation is ready for Data Citation? A: Because they have an established (and populated) metadata catalogue A: Because they have a store of publicly available data A: Because their researchers regularly archive data A: Because their researchers start asking, How do I cite data? A: Because their policy makers support and mandate it

17 Data citation and the AAD Stability of datasets Citation is a fixed point in time How to deal with long-term data?

18 Data citation and the AAD Q: How do you know if an organisation is ready for Data Citation? A: Because they have an established (and populated) metadata catalogue A: Because they have a store of publicly available data A: Because their researchers regularly archive data A: Because their researchers start asking, How do I cite data? A: Because their policy makers support and mandate it A: Because they have (some) stable datasets

19 Data citation and the AAD Resources Developer resources available – ready to go ANDS, Data Cite

20 Data citation and the AAD Q: How do you know if an organisation is ready for Data Citation? A: Because they have an established (and populated) metadata catalogue A: Because they have a store of publicly available data A: Because their researchers regularly archive data A: Because their researchers start asking, How do I cite data? A: Because their policy makers support and mandate it A: Because they have (some) stable datasets A: Because they have a developer available to implement the required tools

21 Organisation checklist Is my organisation ready for data citation? Do we have a metadata catalogue? Do we have a store of publicly available data? Do our researchers regularly archive data? Are our researchers interested in data citation? Do our policy makers support data citation? Are our datasets stable? Do we have access to a developer to implement the tools?

22 Questions?


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