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This page describes how to use an article DOI during the data submission process.
  
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
Dryad enables authors to enter an article DOI on the second screen of the submission system, instead of typing in the article's bibliographic details (Volume, Number, Year). This simplifies and expedites the step of describing the article, and ensures that the details are accurate.  
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The Dryad submission system enables authors to enter an article DOI on the second screen of the submission system, instead of typing in the article's bibliographic details (Volume, Number, Year). This simplifies and expedites the step of describing the article, and ensures that the details are accurate.
  
 
== Instructions ==
 
== Instructions ==
The second screen of the submission system enables the author to describe the publication associated with the data files. Below the box for the Abstract, the author can enter the article DOI.  Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) are character strings (like doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0030014 or doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2011-000155) and are used to uniquely identify an article or other digital object.  Most scholarly publishers assign DOIs to each article in their journals, and display them with article citation.
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On the second screen of the submission system, the author is asked to describe the publication associated with the data files. Below the box for Abstract, the author can enter the article DOI.  (DOIs, or Digital Object Identifiers, are character strings (like doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0030014 or doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2011-000155) and are used to uniquely identify an article or other digital object.) Most scholarly journals assign a DOIs for each article, and display it with the article citation in both online and print versions of the article.
  
 
[[File:DOIscreenshot.pdf]]
 
[[File:DOIscreenshot.pdf]]
  
 
== Technical Documentation ==
 
== Technical Documentation ==
More information about the technical details behind using a DOI to identify and article in the submission system can be found at [[Repository_Development_Plan#Release_1.11]].
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More information about the technical details behind using a DOI to identify and article in the submission system can be found at [[Repository Development Plan]], and [[Submission System]].
  
 
== Design History ==
 
== Design History ==
 
This feature is part of release 1.11, made available in April 2012.
 
This feature is part of release 1.11, made available in April 2012.

Revision as of 11:24, 14 May 2012

This page describes how to use an article DOI during the data submission process.

Overview

The Dryad submission system enables authors to enter an article DOI on the second screen of the submission system, instead of typing in the article's bibliographic details (Volume, Number, Year). This simplifies and expedites the step of describing the article, and ensures that the details are accurate.

Instructions

On the second screen of the submission system, the author is asked to describe the publication associated with the data files. Below the box for Abstract, the author can enter the article DOI. (DOIs, or Digital Object Identifiers, are character strings (like doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0030014 or doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2011-000155) and are used to uniquely identify an article or other digital object.) Most scholarly journals assign a DOIs for each article, and display it with the article citation in both online and print versions of the article.

File:DOIscreenshot.pdf

Technical Documentation

More information about the technical details behind using a DOI to identify and article in the submission system can be found at Repository Development Plan, and Submission System.

Design History

This feature is part of release 1.11, made available in April 2012.