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1 Data citation at Geoscience Australia Policy Amanda Steen (Systems and Data Librarian) Infrastructure to support data citation Dr Sue Fyfe (Director, Data Governance & Services Section)

2 Data citation at GA 2014 Introduction Geoscience Australia is Australia’s national geoscience agency developing and providing geographical and geological data and knowledge for the Australian Government to support it in delivering its priorities. We also provide advice and information to industry and other stakeholders such as emergency services, minerals and petroleum industries, primary producers, telecommunications agencies, and more. Vision: Geoscience Australia is custodian of the geographic and geological data and knowledge of the nation. We create, maintain and disseminate geographic and geological knowledge for the future well being of all Australians.

3 Why does GA need data citation? Enables validity of GA data Enables validation of research (for example in the peer review process) Scientists are able to be more aware of existing research data and can reuse it, which could prevent costly research being done again (for example re-exploration of mineral resources in areas already investigated) Can be used to evaluate, acknowledge and reward the work done by GA’s scientists Data citation at GA 2014

4 What is GA doing in its move toward data citation Data citation standard An overarching citation standard Dynamic datasets Persistent identifiers DOIs Began minting DOIs for publications via CrossRef in January Will soon begin minting for datasets with ANDS once M2M is established. Data citation at GA 2014 >

5 DOI Policy snapshot Can be applied to any type of digital object Must be openly accessible, stable, available on net, quality assured and held in a GA approved repository Can be applied at different levels of granularity…. Will not be applied to restricted or embargoed objects…. ….metadata record will be used as the landing page… ….does not replace other identifiers. To encourage its use in data citation the DOI will be displayed in repository metadata. To enable tracking of citations, DOIs must be applied to new versions of objects. Data citation at GA 2014 >

6 DOI Policy snapshot cont. Where there is a collaborating institution, the institution responsible for publishing the object and is able to provide a persistent link is responsible for minting the DOI. Where a DOI has been minted by the collaborating institution, it will be manually entered into the metadata. Where a publisher has already minted a DOI, there is no need to mint another. Therefore, if it is known that a DOI has already been created, that DOI will be entered into the metadata. The decision to apply a DOI will be built into the research review process. Data citation at GA 2014 >

7 Procedures for data citation (in Draft) snapshot For the data producer: Provide really good metadata Allow secure access through a GA approved quality, stable, long-term data storage facility For the data reuser: Include GA data citations in your publication/research bibliography Include version numbers where required Include type and version of software where available Data citation at GA 2014 >

8 What’s next at GA? IGSN – International GeoSample Number 9 digit alphanumeric that uniquely identifies samples Exploring legalities of involvement ORCID – Open Researcher and Contributor ID 16 digit number which can appear as a URI Many at GA have an ORCID, but not yet utilising full benefit Data citation at GA 2014 >

9 Amanda’s wishlist Storage of dynamic datasets previous instances DOI minting on the fly for dynamic dataset snapshots One-stop data management shop for researchers in the form of a LibGuide Data citation at GA 2014>

10 Data stewardship essentials: governance, technology, culture What we said we need to do in 2012… policy & governance data management ICT policy compliance QAapproval classification investment management plans support culture change licensing standards thesauri infrastructure systems tools connectivity support data models publish cite data protocols processes archive vocabularies procedures legislation formats security data specifications audit services custodianship

11 Data stewardship essentials: governance, technology, culture The building blocks.. or cogs... of data stewardship people (culture change) technology governance Policy Standards Procedures Compliance Alignment & interoperability Value Information/business architecture Data & services architecture Enterprise platforms Enterprise systems & tools HPC/HPD Data custodians Data managers Data scientists Geoscientists Projects Product managers Executives & SLT

12 Data stewardship essentials: governance, technology, culture Data & Services Architecture Insert Title Here

13 eCat database eCat application DOI request XML ANDS/ DataCite HTML Discovery and delivery system XML ANDS Data.gov.au Web service Creation Publishing DOI DOI minting process

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17 Phone: Web: Address: Cnr Jerrabomberra Avenue and Hindmarsh Drive, Symonston ACT 2609 Postal Address: GPO Box 378, Canberra ACT 2601 Any questions? Thank you


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