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Complex Citations: Next steps towards a Demonstration Prototype

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    Shelley Stall
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    Introduction to ESES Complex Citation WG and previous work (15 min)

    Brief overview of use cases and example reliquaries/collections (25 min)

    BODC – https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1IhMNyK0-B8PuMA57HyNRemHz9g9BpSsCoir0xrlJsd0/edit?usp=sharing

    IPCC – https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1sdAiAv3hzk9nNSLt_k0o41QHxF_lfj9QwSKXrHGmdSA 

    LCESP – https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10v58s_ZeMlffXy_pxjleK08LEhbVhYOetqh80BzGT_8/edit?usp=sharing

    Geophysical Networks 

    Physical samples cited in papers 

    Geochemical Data 

    Discussion on current status of the reliquery requirements and prototype. Discussion.  (20 min)

    Discussion on work plan for next 6 months: what are our priorities (30 min): 

    Wrap-up (5 min)

    Additional links to informative material

    Website: https://data.agu.org/DataCitationCoP/ 

    Workshop Materials and links to recordings

    Agarwal, Deborah, Coward, Caroline, Stall, Shelley, & Erdmann, Christopher. (2021, April). Data Citation Community of Practice – 8 April 2021 Workshop. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4673622

    Agarwal, Deborah, Goble, Carole, Soiland-Reyes, Stian, Sarkans, Ugis, Noesgaard, Daniel, Schindler, Uwe, Fenner, Martin, Manghi, Paolo, Stall, Shelley, Coward, Caroline, Erdmann, Chris, 2021. Data Citation Community of Practice – 8 June 2021 Workshop. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4916734

    Stall, Shelley, Buck, Justin, Ayliffe, James, Stockhause, Martina, Agarwal, Deb, Coward, Caroline, & Erdmann, Chris. (2021, October 29). Data Citation Community of Practice – 29 October 2021 Workshop. Zenodo. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5641236

    WG’s Google Drive Folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Em2juiagXFQn–rDRqaojwlYSNv9djX7  

    BoF ”Complex Data Citations: Formulating a Community Recommendation“ on RDA-19

    Avoid conflict with the following group (1)
    Data Granularity WG

    Brief introduction describing the activities and scope of the group
    Starting in December 2020 during a Data FAIR Town Hall at AGU’s large meeting we reached out across the community for interest in supporting virtual working sessions that would lead to recommendations, adoption, and a better way of citing large numbers of data/digital objects in journal articles and other publications. 
    During 2021 we held three large working sessions as well as smaller group development efforts, which are documented at. https://data.agu.org/DataCitationCoP/
    The discussion was continued at a BoF at RDA-19: the BoF “Complex Data Citations: Formulating a Community Recommendation” session.

    Estimate of the required room capacity
    30-50

    I Understand a Chair Must be Present at the Event to Hold the Breakout Session
    Yes

    Meeting objectives
     
    Click here for the collaborative session notes
     
    The Complex Citations WG addresses the use case of citing a large number of existing objects (e.g., datasets, software, or physical samples) such that credit for individual objects is enabled properly.  Such collections of objects may contain hundreds to millions+ of elements with a citation needing to include subsets of elements potentially from multiple collections. There are a number of terms used for this concept, to include Data Collection, Package, Crate and more.  Infrastructure and guidance are still required to make it easier for researchers to use this type of citation and receive/give credit for the object used in the research. This is critical to enable reproducible research, and important for researchers to be able to trace citation and usage of their work and report on impact to funders. For policy makers it allows for accurate tracking of policy decisions to the supporting data. 
    In this session, we want to 

    Provide a brief review of the scope and objectives of our work. 

    Brief overview of the current use cases and an update on the current status of the work.  

    Welcome any additional use cases; and 

    Continue the discussion on requirements for the creation of a demonstration prototype. 

    Please indicate at least (3) three breakout slots that would suit your meeting.
    Breakout 2, Breakout 3, Breakout 4

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