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Open Science Interview Mit Martin Fenner [article]

Kaja Scheliga
2014 Zenodo  
This interview is part of a series of interviews on open science and digital scholarship conducted in 2013 with researchers from various backgrounds. For an analysis of the interviews see: Scheliga, Kaja and Sascha Friesike. 2014. "Putting open science into practice: A social dilemma?" First Monday. Volume 19, Number 9. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5210/fm.v19i9.5381
doi:10.5281/zenodo.13004 fatcat:253vj53l4nd5jn5szoh2wr4uce

Project Identifiers [article]

Martin Fenner, Tom Demeranville
2016 Figshare  
Presentation given at the PIDapalooza conference Reykjavik 9 November 2016.
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4216323.v1 fatcat:nrrunz4xavdonniee6d6th7jfu

DataCite Commons

Martin Fenner, Paul Vierkant
2020 Zenodo  
Cite this poster as: Fenner, Martin; Vierkant, Paul. (2020). DataCite Commons.  ...  Fenner, DataCite, ORCID iD: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1419-2405 Paul Vierkant, DataCite, ORCID iD: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4448-3844 DataCite Commons Works Dashboard • 100% identifiers and  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4271566 fatcat:qygpcxuaqbg5ph32mqusjxotji

Project Identifiers

Martin Fenner, Tom Demeranville
2016 Figshare  
Presentation given at the PIDapalooza conference Reykjavik 9 November 2016.
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4216323.v2 fatcat:v2ttqtf2yrbklnjeqa4z37bk7u

Deliverable 2.3 PID Services Registry

Martin Fenner
2020 Zenodo  
., Fenner, M., & Fokianos, P. (2020). Beagle: the code for the FREYA PID Services Registry (Version 1.0.3) [Computer software].  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4292139 fatcat:cr53m3mxofewrdphtq3hvdh674

Datacite To Orcid Claiming Workflows

Martin Fenner
2017 Zenodo  
This presentation describes the development of DataCite to ORCID claiming tools and services.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1063632 fatcat:xqm3p5l52zeytpkthoyxizyfdq

D2.2 Kickoff report

ODIN Consortium, Martin Fenner, Gudmundur Thorisson
2013 Figshare  
Abstract: The ODIN kickoff meeting provided an overview of the current persistent identifier discussion, as well as valuable input from key stakeholders to the ODIN project. Eleven presenters from a variety of stakeholder groups provided important perspectives, and the extensive discussion by all meeting participants further elaborated on key points. Based on the key scientific inputs, the following actions were identified: i) Encourage discussion and collaboration between communitiesii)
more » ... specific issues of working with large number of small heterogeneous datasetsiii) Identify main interoperability use cases and define their business valueiv) Encourage development of novel tools to track the reuse of data
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.107019.v4 fatcat:baugyug5dba6pnols2yctlwegq

Reference Management [chapter]

Martin Fenner, Kaja Scheliga, Sönke Bartling
2013 Opening Science  
A reference manager supports researchers in performing three basic research steps: searching, storing, and writing (Fenner 2010a) .  ...  That Can Grow by Using Arsenic Instead of Phosphorus SP-1163 EP-1166 VL-332 PB-American Association for the Advancement of Science Fig. 2 2 Feature comparison of popular reference managers (see also Fenner  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-00026-8_8 fatcat:gphj7fwqybgjlf567io5uba5ni

Conceptual Model Of Resolution

Martin Fenner, Robert Petryszak, Rachael Kotarski
2017 Zenodo  
Bolognese: a library for metadata conversion (Fenner 2017b) 2.  ...  The source code is available under an open licence (Fenner, 2017a) .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.890909 fatcat:rt7xhpmrazas3f2a3p62jnr43e

The bollockschain and other PID hallucinations [article]

Geoffrey Bilder, Martin Fenner
2018 Figshare  
Every couple of years somebody in the suggests that we could replace existing persistent identifiers (e.g. DOIs, ORCIDs, etc) with some new technology that would fix some of the weaknesses of the current systems. Usually said person is unhappy that current systems like DOI, Handle, Ark, perma.cc, ORCID, etc. depend largely on a social element to update the pointers between the identifier and the current location of the resource being identified. It just seems manifestly old-fashioned and
more » ... ridiculous that we should still depend on bags of meat to keep our digital linking infrastructure from falling apart. And it seems positively antediluvian that so much of this PID infrastructure is managed by a few centralised organizations. Wouldn't it be great if we could create a "Scholarly Technology Universal PID?"In the past, at least one of us has threatened to stab himself in the eyeball if he was forced to have the discussion again. But the dirty little secret is that we play this game ourselves. After all, the best thing a mission-driven membership organisation could do for its members would be to fulfil its mission and put itself out of business. If we could come up with a technical fix that didn't require the social component and centralised management, it would save our members a lot of money and effort. In this talk we proposed a framework that can be used when exploring new technology options for PID services. This framework, amongst other things, help to clarify exactly what is meant by notoriously slippery words like "distributed", "risk", "trust" and "ownership" and how they are used in different domains and for different applications. We will look specifically at so-called "blockhain" technologies and see how these terms are used and how they apply specifically in the context of PID systems for scholarly communication.
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5914312 fatcat:engi4t3fbvc4jnbb6lhw2dossm

Unique Identifiers for Researchers [chapter]

Martin Fenner, Laure Haak
2013 Opening Science  
Two large challenges that researchers face today are discovery and evaluation. We are overwhelmed by the volume of new research works, and traditional discovery tools are no longer sufficient. We are spending considerable amounts of time optimizing the impact-and discoverability-of our research work so as to support grant applications and promotions, and the traditional measures for this are not enough. The Problem Two large challenges that researchers face today are discovery and evaluation.
more » ... are overwhelmed by the volume of new research works, and traditional discovery tools are no longer sufficient. We are spending considerable amounts of time optimizing the impact-and discoverability-of our research work so as to support grant applications and promotions, and the traditional measures for this are not enough. Research is increasingly global and many interactions do not happen at a personal level anymore, but rather through online tools, from email to videoconferencing and online databases. Researchers have traditionally been identified by their names, but this has never worked reliably because of confusions between popular names (John Smith or Kim Lee), errors in transliteration (e.g. Müller becomes Mueller or Muller), and name changes through marriage. These name issues present an even greater challenge when we try to find out more about
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-00026-8_21 fatcat:lxjq53eolzeyjde673i7eb2cje

D2.1 Pid Resolution Services Best Practices

Sara Wimalaratne, Martin Fenner
2018 Zenodo  
citation-style-language/styles 22 https://github.com/ORCID/ORCID-Source/blob/master/CONTENT_NEGOTIATION.md 23 http://dublincore.org/ 24 https://schema.org/ 25 http://bioschemas.org/ 26 https://search.datacite.org/ Fenner  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1324299 fatcat:t2juizluzbe6bcg47pzgawc3de

One-click science marketing

Martin Fenner
2012 Nature Materials  
Strong competition and funding squeezes require scientists to look for ways to increase their profile and impact within and beyond the scientific community. Online tools and services can help them communicate and publicize their research more effectively. Marketing activity Examples of online tools and services Communicating with colleagues Google Groups;
doi:10.1038/nmat3283 pmid:22437773 fatcat:ag7vmlmuxfhgpje7kumlvnnevu

D2.2 PID Metadata Provenance

Martin Fenner, Joe Wass, Tom Demeranville, Sarala Wimalaratne, Richard Hallett
2019 Zenodo  
Provenance contributes to FAIR principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) as it can facilitate research reusability and reproducibility. 1 Introduction 2.1.3 3.1 3.2 3.5 3.6 3.7 Fenner  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3248652 fatcat:acc72dhkojgojivrdxrwguit4a

The PID Graph in FREYA (additional project report)

Martin Fenner
2020 Zenodo  
This group is coordinating the various Open Science Graph activities and is co-chaired by Martin Fenner (DataCite, WP2 lead), Paolo Manghi (OpenAIRE) and others.  ...  https://doi.org/10.5438/S6D3-K860 5 https://graphql.org/ 6 Fenner, M. (2019, May 15).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4028383 fatcat:6gyzmoola5duhl5gfldcywowb4
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