Presentation on theme: "OECDs approach to publishing datasets ALCTS: Webinar: Datasets for Publication, Standards and issues 7 December 2011 Terri Mitton Data Products Project."— Presentation transcript:
OECDs approach to publishing datasets ALCTS: Webinar: Datasets for Publication, Standards and issues 7 December 2011 Terri Mitton Data Products Project Manager OECD Publishing email@example.com
Data is hard to find 2 Scopus content (July 2011): 19,000 titles from more than 5,000 international publishers 18,500 journals 425 trade publications 325 book series 250 conference proceeding. 375 million scientific web pages 24.8 million patent records …data is missing
You need to know where to look 3 Source: IMF Staff Papers (2007) 54, 191–219. doi:10.1057/palgrave.imfsp.9450013 Current Account Deficits in Rich Countries Source: OECD database. Which one?
What we set out to achieve Citations to datasets and tables will make data as easy to discover as other works Authors will be able to cite dataset and tables as they do with publications Librarians will be able to catalogue datasets and tables like other published outputs Publishers can link to datasets and tables Discovery systems can find datasets and tables 4
OECDs publishing approach 1.Bibliographic standards definition 2.Cataloguing datasets and data tables 3.Online publishing and citing 4.Making data available via other discovery channels 5
Bibliographic standards definition In 2007-2008, Development of standards for bibliographic management and citing of datasets and data tables based on existing standards for e-journals. –Green, T (2009), We Need Publishing Standards for Datasets and Tables, OECD Publishing White Paper, OECD publishing. doi: 10.1787/60323344843010.1787/603233448430 6
Publishing metadata for datasets and data tables 7 dataset Sub-collection of datasets Collection of Datasets Stand-alone Dataset ISSN DOI ISSN DOI Collections of key tables Key tables Key table editions ISSN DOI
Cataloguing datasets and data tables In 2009, cataloguing of datasets and data tables in a central bibliographic database according to the new standards together with OECD books, journals and papers. –Hired statistical editors in Publishing unit –Developed editorial quality standards for datasets –Worked with authors to improve content –Hired a librarian to help catalogue 8
Online publishing 9 Datasets Data tables Collection of datasets Book
Links with other publications Each dataset and table is assigned a unique and persistent DOI referenced in CrossRef database, allowing linking between datasets and published articles, books, chapters, etc. 16 Source: www.crossref.org on 2 December 2011www.crossref.org
MARC records for datasets and key tables 17 TagFieldBookArticle Key table & collection Collection of datasets Dataset 020 ISBNxx 022 ISSNxxx 024 Other ident. (DOI)xxxxx 040 Cataloguerxxxxx 100 Author Main (ind)xx 110 Author Main (org)xx 245 Titlexxxxx 246 Title, varying formxxxxx 250 Editionxx 260 Publisherxxxxx 300 Physical Desc.xx 310 Publication Freq.xxx 362 Start/Endxxx 490 Seriesxx 505 Contentsxx 520 Abstractxxxxx 650 Themexxxxx 651 Countryxxxxx 700 Author 2nd. (ind)xx 710 Author2nd. (org)xxxxx 760 Main seriesxx 762 SubSeriesxx 773 Host Itemxxx 774 Constituent Itemx 775 Other Lang.xxxxx 780 Continuesx 785 Continued byx 830 Seriesxx 856 URLxxxxx
Future work Standards and citation to be enhanced to manage dynamic and frequently updated datasets, static dataset editions and archives Export the publishing metadata to various channels, library catalogues, specialists portals such as www.repec.org, to increase discovery.www.repec.org 18
Thank you Terri Mitton –Data Products Project Manager –OECD Publishing –firstname.lastname@example.org@oecd.org Learn more in this White Paper Green. T, We Need Publishing Standards for Datasets and Data Tables http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/787355886123 http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/787355886123 19
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