Presentation on theme: "UKPMC and Dryad Dryad-UK meeting: 28 th April 2010 Robert Kiley, Head Digital Services, Wellcome Library"— Presentation transcript:
UKPMC and Dryad Dryad-UK meeting: 28 th April 2010 Robert Kiley, Head Digital Services, Wellcome Library Email: email@example.com
Overview Brief look at UKPMC – and the developments which have come online over the past few months Consider how UKPMC handles Supplementary material Look at usage of this material at UKPMC and PMC UKPMC and Dryad-UK: thoughts, issues and questions –Here to listen – rather than provide any answers
UKPMC - Headlines Repository contains around 1.7 million full text documents Significant increase in use of UKPMC – (Fig 1) – though still low compared with PMC Compliance with Trust OA mandate increasing (Fig 2) R&D Developments now coming on-stream Figure 1 – repository usageFigure 2 – compliance with Trust mandate
New services at UKPMC – Single access point Single search across PubMed, Patents, Clinical Guidelines and UK Theses databases. Results faceted by source. View abstracts or full text.
New services at UKPMC – Text mining Results of text mining the full-text
New services at UKPMC – Grant Reporting My Impact ReportMy Grant Report
New services at UKPMC – Funder analyses Cross-funder reportJournal Report
UKPMC and Supplementary material UKPMC holds around 1.7 million full text articles Around 90,000 documents have supplementary material –Equates to over 277GB of data –Around 200,000 files, predominantly PDFs and MS Word files, but also 13,000 MOV files, 18,000 TIFF files Currently supplementary information is not searchable, nor curated –i.e. no characterisation of files; no preservation strategy MIMAS doing a small-scale study to look at whether a tool like Autonomy could provide some form of access to these objects –Vic Lyte will talk to this
Use of Supplementary Material 01 January through 31 st March 2010 –696,221 unique user sessions at UKPMC, who downloaded 2,218,743 papers –130 downloads of Supplementary Material, from 47 documents. PMC2612414 – SI data downloaded 19 times (Figures and tables – PDF format))PMC2612414 PMC2262892 – SI data downloaded 15 times (Molecule structures – PDF format)PMC2262892 –Low usage may, in part, be a reflection of the fact that these objects are not indexed and searchable Higher usage at PMC –On the DOCSUM page – around Click Through Rate (CTR) 0.5% –On Full text views – CTR around 8% (55000 full text documents viewed 4200 views to Suppl. Material
Questions/clarifications/Issues Overall, keen to listen to, and participate in, these discussions If Dryad-UK does go ahead, we would fully support establishment of appropriate links with UKPMC to maximise access to data –NCBI have been asked to consider offering a service to allow NIH grantees to upload supplementary data. This would be accessible through the PubMed record (and PMC if the full-text was in this repository) –NCBI would not curate the data Costs? –UKPMC costs WT around £500k a year – equal to around 0.1% of research spend –Any idea what Dryad-UK might cost?