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Catriona
29:17
Please may I be in the queue to ask a question
Ray Plante
29:36
me too.
sarah
30:55
I have a question too (Jake Yeston from Science—sorry, my wife’s name is on my video)
Anita
35:21
Where in the publishing workflow would that happen, do you think, Catriona?
Shelley Stall
36:09
Crossref Scholix Article for Publishers: https://support.crossref.org/hc/en-us/articles/215787303-Crossref-Data-Software-Citation-Deposit-Guide-for-Publishers
Shelley Stall
37:12
The question queue is: Ray, Jake, and Bernard
Anita
37:17
Similarly datasets are used in many different papers…
Anita
38:00
We need other methods of assigning credit: Scholix could play a key tole here.
kylecopas
43:12
I’m surprised to hear Helena say that the journals check for data after publication. Publishers have stated data policies. Shouldn’t checking on data availability be part of the peer review process? Recognizing that editors and reviewers need to be brought up to speed on how to track so many moving targets…
Jens Klump (CSIRO)
44:56
This is also a great way to link to legacy data publications from the time before journal data policies.
Anita
45:15
That is not a very simple matter, Kyle: putting the onus on journals adds a tremendous amount of work to an already stressed system.
Catriona
45:57
yes - credit for past current, future and dynamic data all impt but a challenge
kylecopas
46:07
Sorry—I wasn’t suggesting it was simple.
Catriona
46:52
May I be added to the queue again please
Anita
47:19
Hi Kyle, of course, I absolutely agree!
kylecopas
47:22
Thanks, Helena!
Anita
48:51
There is of course 1) checking whether the data exists and 2) checking whether the data indeed supports the findings int he papers, one is much more work than the other. One can be done by a copy editor, the other requires that peer reviewers spend time on it...
Catriona
51:05
yes please
Joel Gershenfeld
52:38
On the issue of credit, there is a need for it to come in a format that scholars can use when under consideration for promotion and tenure or other forms of professional recognition and advancement.
Anita
53:32
Agree Jens and everyone: we could support Scholix as a model to track dynamic data citation also to past data sets, it could play a role in assigning credit to researchers who have data is being cited
fionamurphy
56:51
The Belmont Forum (funder consortium) is planning to explicitly work on DAS recommendations/templates in alignment with the RDA Standardisation IG.
Catriona
01:01:24
Thanks Fiona - looking forward to recommendations
Catriona
01:02:26
Does Scholix link to ORCID? Would help enable credit
Joel Gershenfeld
01:02:37
It is important to keep the end in mind, which could be use by the scholar or the department chair in academic settings and the equivalent in government labs, commercial settings, etc.
Eric Olson (ORCID)
01:02:50
My question too, Catriona!
fionamurphy
01:04:40
Thanks Natasha and Shelley for the shout-outs.
Jens Klump (CSIRO)
01:05:55
Thank you very much!
sarah
01:06:02
Thanks!
Eric Olson (ORCID)
01:06:06
Thanks!
Shelley Stall
01:06:09
sstall@agu.org
Raleigh Martin
01:06:13
Thank you