Difference between revisions of "DryadUK"

From Dryad wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
 
This page holds information specific to the DryadUK project only. For more information about this project please contact [mailto:brian.hole@ubiquitypress.com Brian Hole] or [http://www.zoo.ox.ac.uk/staff/academics/shotton_dm.htm David M Shotton].  
 
This page holds information specific to the DryadUK project only. For more information about this project please contact [mailto:brian.hole@ubiquitypress.com Brian Hole] or [http://www.zoo.ox.ac.uk/staff/academics/shotton_dm.htm David M Shotton].  
  
== Project Summary ==
+
== Project Summary ==
 +
 
 
The data behind research publications in the biosciences are not commonly made openly available to readers of those publications. The Dryad Data Repository, which only hosts data relating to peer-reviewed journal articles, solves this problem by integrating the open archiving of research datasets by authors with the journal article submission workflows of publishers. The Dryad-UK project has helped to extend Dryad in five main areas.  
 
The data behind research publications in the biosciences are not commonly made openly available to readers of those publications. The Dryad Data Repository, which only hosts data relating to peer-reviewed journal articles, solves this problem by integrating the open archiving of research datasets by authors with the journal article submission workflows of publishers. The Dryad-UK project has helped to extend Dryad in five main areas.  
*By gathering feedback from publishers, funders and researchers in the UK, it has informed financial modelling and the sustainability planning for Dryad as an international organisation.
+
 
 +
*By gathering feedback from publishers, funders and researchers in the UK, it has informed financial modelling and the sustainability planning for Dryad as an international organisation.  
 
*It has increased the value of the repository for the UK research community by extending it to include 6 UK-based publishers and over 20 new journals, including those in the high impact areas of biomedicine and infectious diseases.  
 
*It has increased the value of the repository for the UK research community by extending it to include 6 UK-based publishers and over 20 new journals, including those in the high impact areas of biomedicine and infectious diseases.  
*In addition to this, by piloting a mirror installation of the repository at the British Library, the project has gathered data on a technical model for establishing a stable and scalable international infrastructure for Dryad in future.
+
*In addition to this, by piloting a mirror installation of the repository at the British Library, the project has gathered data on a technical model for establishing a stable and scalable international infrastructure for Dryad in future.  
*Since one concern regarding Dryad holdings is the paucity of their metadata, and since one focus for new Dryad-associated journals has been those dealing with infectious disease, the Dryad-UK project has been active in developing MIIDI, a Minimal Information standard for reporting an Infectious Disease Investigation, and tools to create MIIDI-compliant metadata.
+
*Since one concern regarding Dryad holdings is the paucity of their metadata, and since one focus for new Dryad-associated journals has been those dealing with infectious disease, the Dryad-UK project has been active in developing MIIDI, a Minimal Information standard for reporting an Infectious Disease Investigation, and tools to create MIIDI-compliant metadata.  
*It has provided a framework for assessment of Dryad, by identifying important aspects to stakeholders and recommending indicators that, with further development, could be used for ongoing evaluation. The project also contributes further evidence on a potential benefit from depositing data; impact on citation rates for associated research articles  
+
*It has provided a framework for assessment of Dryad, by identifying important aspects to stakeholders and recommending indicators that, with further development, could be used for ongoing evaluation. The project also contributes further evidence on a potential benefit from depositing data; impact on citation rates for associated research articles
 
 
== Project Outputs ==
 
* Dryad-UK final report (JISC)
 
* Sustainability Planning Report
 
* British Library workshop report
 
* Oxford University workshop presentations
 
* General Presentations
 
* Publications
 
* Mapping the DataCite Metadata Kernel to RDF
 
** Mapping document at:  http://bit.ly/nGrhln
 
** Exemplar mappings: http://bit.ly/qSkUyc
 
* MIIDI
 
** MIIDI website: at http://www.miidi.org
 
** MIIDI metadata input form: http://www.miidi.org:8080/input-form/
 
* A Framework for Assessing the Dryad Data Repository (report)
 
* Dryad data deposit report
 
  
 +
== Project Outputs  ==
  
 +
*Dryad-UK final report (JISC)
 +
*Sustainability Planning Report
 +
* [[File:DryadUK april2011workshop report.pdf|British Library workshop report]]
 +
*Oxford University workshop presentations
 +
*General Presentations
 +
*Publications
 +
*Mapping the DataCite Metadata Kernel to RDF
 +
**Mapping document at: http://bit.ly/nGrhln
 +
**Exemplar mappings: http://bit.ly/qSkUyc
 +
*MIIDI
 +
**MIIDI website: at http://www.miidi.org
 +
**MIIDI metadata input form: http://www.miidi.org:8080/input-form/
 +
*A Framework for Assessing the Dryad Data Repository (report)
 +
*Dryad data deposit report
  
 
[[Category:Project_Management]]
 
[[Category:Project_Management]]

Revision as of 00:26, 20 January 2012

This page holds information specific to the DryadUK project only. For more information about this project please contact Brian Hole or David M Shotton.

Project Summary

The data behind research publications in the biosciences are not commonly made openly available to readers of those publications. The Dryad Data Repository, which only hosts data relating to peer-reviewed journal articles, solves this problem by integrating the open archiving of research datasets by authors with the journal article submission workflows of publishers. The Dryad-UK project has helped to extend Dryad in five main areas.

  • By gathering feedback from publishers, funders and researchers in the UK, it has informed financial modelling and the sustainability planning for Dryad as an international organisation.
  • It has increased the value of the repository for the UK research community by extending it to include 6 UK-based publishers and over 20 new journals, including those in the high impact areas of biomedicine and infectious diseases.
  • In addition to this, by piloting a mirror installation of the repository at the British Library, the project has gathered data on a technical model for establishing a stable and scalable international infrastructure for Dryad in future.
  • Since one concern regarding Dryad holdings is the paucity of their metadata, and since one focus for new Dryad-associated journals has been those dealing with infectious disease, the Dryad-UK project has been active in developing MIIDI, a Minimal Information standard for reporting an Infectious Disease Investigation, and tools to create MIIDI-compliant metadata.
  • It has provided a framework for assessment of Dryad, by identifying important aspects to stakeholders and recommending indicators that, with further development, could be used for ongoing evaluation. The project also contributes further evidence on a potential benefit from depositing data; impact on citation rates for associated research articles

Project Outputs