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For attribution-- : Developing Data Attribution and Citation Practices and Standards : summary of an international workshop /

by Developing Data Attribution and Citation Practices and Standards (2011 : Berkeley, Calif.); Uhlir, P. F. (Paul F.) [author.]; National Research Council (U.S.)Board on Research Data and Information, [issuing body.].
Description: xv, 219 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780309267281; 0309267285.Subject(s): Citation of electronic information resources -- Congresses | Research -- Data processing -- Congresses
Contents:
Why are the attribution and citation of scientific data important? -- Formal publication of data: an idea whose time has come? -- Attribution and credit: beyond print and citations -- Data citation, technical issues, identification -- Maintaining the scholarly value chain: authenticity, provenance, and trust -- Towards data attribution and citation iin the life sciences -- Data citation in the earth and physical sciences -- Data citation in the social sciences -- Data citation in the humanities: what the problem? -- Three legal mechanisms for sharing data -- Institutional perspective on credit systems for research data -- Issues of time, credit, and peer review -- The DataCite Consortium -- Data citatioin in the Dataverse Network´┐Ż -- Microsoft Academic Search: an overview and future directions -- Data center-library cooperation in data publication in ocean science -- Data citation mechanism and service for scientific data: defining a framework for biodiversity data publishers -- How to cite an earth science dataset? -- Citable publications of scientific data -- The SageCite Project -- Developing data attribution and citation practices and standards: an academic institution perspective -- Data citation and data attribution: a view from the data center perspective - Roles for libraries in data citation -- Linking data to publications: towards the execution of papers -- Linking, finding, and citing data in astronomy -- Standards and data citations -- Data citation and attribution: a funder's perspective.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Why are the attribution and citation of scientific data important? -- Formal publication of data: an idea whose time has come? -- Attribution and credit: beyond print and citations -- Data citation, technical issues, identification -- Maintaining the scholarly value chain: authenticity, provenance, and trust -- Towards data attribution and citation iin the life sciences -- Data citation in the earth and physical sciences -- Data citation in the social sciences -- Data citation in the humanities: what the problem? -- Three legal mechanisms for sharing data -- Institutional perspective on credit systems for research data -- Issues of time, credit, and peer review -- The DataCite Consortium -- Data citatioin in the Dataverse Network´┐Ż -- Microsoft Academic Search: an overview and future directions -- Data center-library cooperation in data publication in ocean science -- Data citation mechanism and service for scientific data: defining a framework for biodiversity data publishers -- How to cite an earth science dataset? -- Citable publications of scientific data -- The SageCite Project -- Developing data attribution and citation practices and standards: an academic institution perspective -- Data citation and data attribution: a view from the data center perspective - Roles for libraries in data citation -- Linking data to publications: towards the execution of papers -- Linking, finding, and citing data in astronomy -- Standards and data citations -- Data citation and attribution: a funder's perspective.

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