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16
April
2021

BibLaTeX support for software (Was: Re: [rda-datacitation-wg] Data Citation - Participate in shaping BibLaTeX)

by Roberto Di Cosmo

[cross-posting this message to other groups that may find this relevant, with some context for them, apologies to the Data Citation WG for repetitions] Dear all, there is an interesting thread in the Data Citation WG about extending the @dataset entry in biblatex, which is just treated as @misc in biblatex today, and falls quite short of fitting the bill [1]. A year ago, we had a similar situation for the @software entry type, which is also just an alias for the @misc entry. Today, the situation has changed a lot,
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05
April
2021

Re: [External] [rda-datacitation-wg] Re: [External] [rda-datacitation-wg] Re: [External] [rda-datacitation-wg] Data Citation - Participate in shaping BibLaTeX

by Mark Parsons

Here’s the announcement I think I forwarded to the group earlier: Enabling FAIR Data Signatories, Stakeholders, and Friends (most of you in BCC): [apologies for cross-posting] You are invited to participate in a newly formed Community of Practice for Data Citation in the Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences (and related sciences). This community of practice builds on discussions at the AGU Fall Meeting Data FAIR Town Hall, “Why Is Citing Data Still Hard?”.
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04
April
2021

Re: [External] [rda-datacitation-wg] Re: [External] [rda-datacitation-wg] Data Citation - Participate in shaping BibLaTeX

by Mark Parsons

Hi Robert, The RDA WG decided very early on to focus on the identification/reference and access aspects of citation and not consider the credit aspect which is very contextual. Andi and I actually just discussed this again last week and agreed to keep our focus. Meanwhile, I think the ESIP guidelines do a good job of examining the overall issue. They are geared to Earth science, but I think they work for any observational science.
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02
April
2021

Re: [External] [rda-datacitation-wg] Data Citation - Participate in shaping BibLaTeX

by Mark Parsons

Just to add to this, ESIP decided not to recommend “resourceType” be used in the human readable citation text despite recommendations from DataCite because, as noted earlier, what a thing is is highly dependent on context. It’s more important that the resource type be specified more precisely in a machine readable way when the citation is resolved.
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01
April
2021

Data Citation - Participate in shaping BibLaTeX

by Martina Trognitz

Dear WG Data Citation members, I work at a repository for the long-term preservation of digital research data and we are currently in the process of preparing citation information for each data collection and also for the individual parts of the collection.
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March
2021
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March
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25
March
2021

Fwd: Invitation - April 8 - Data Citation Community of Practice in the Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences Workshop

by Mark Parsons

Mark A. Parsons Research Scientist University of Alabama in Huntsville +1 303 941 9986 Mail: 1550 Linden Ave, Boulder, CO 80304, USA https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7723-0950
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24
March
2021

RDA VP17 Updates: Programme Available

by Eugenia Twomey

Dear members of the Working Group on Data Citation,   The programme for RDA Virtual Plenary 17 (VP17) is now available. We look forward to seeing you all virtually for over 100 sessions, including many repeat sessions on 22 and 23 April, in an effort to accommodate a wider range of time zones.  
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24
March
2021

WGDC Break-Out Session at the next RDA Plenary:

by Andreas Rauber

Dear all, We will have another break-out session of our Data Citation WG at the upcoming Plenary. It has been scheduled for Wed, April 21, at 12:45-14:15 (GMT) - Break-out 4 We should have quite an interesting basis for discussion, starting from our (pretty nice - no bias here) summary paper on all the adoption activities that is currently under review, but also some new adoptions and referenc implementations as well as - maybe - some institutions who are interested in / planning to impelment the recommendations in their
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