DataCite Commons

Martin Fenner, Paul Vierkant
2020 Zenodo  
DataCite Commons (available at https://commons.datacite.org) is a discovery service that enables simple searches for more than seven million datasets while giving users a comprehensive overview of the connections of these datasets to other entities in the research landscape, in particular publications, funding and authorship. DataCite Commons has a lot of content to search for. One of the most important features is the ability to search for all DOIs, no matter whether registered with DataCite,
more » ... rossref, or one of the other scholarly DOI registration agencies. DataCite Commons was developed as part of the project Freya funded by the European Commission and will form the basis of new DataCite services. DataCite Commons makes PID services such as DataCite, Crossref, ORCID and ROR and their metadata and content available to a wide audience, and provides an open platform for further integrations with other services going forward. The work on DataCite Commons is part of the FREYA project that is helping build the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), funded by the European Commission. DataCite Commons fulfills the specific project goals of delivering one Common DOI Search for DOIs from all DOI registration agencies, and of providing an easy to use web interface for the PID Graph powered by GraphQL. The poster presents the current state of DataCite Commons illustrating its core features and statistics. Additionally screencasts of different usage scenarios will be provided.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4271566 fatcat:qygpcxuaqbg5ph32mqusjxotji