Posts Tagged sagecite

ORCID

on August 5, 2011 by monicaduke in Review, Comments (0)

Review written in  June 2011 Funding base  ORCID, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to solving the name ambiguity problem in scholarly research and brings together the leaders of […]

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DataCite

on by maxwilkinson in Review, Comments (0)

Review written in  June 2011 Funding base  DataCite is a partnership that is dependent on membership fees. DataCite members exist in a variety of international research and governance frameworks […]

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Open Provenance Model

on by monicaduke in Review, Comments (0)

Review written in  January 2011 Funding base  The OPM does not have a stated central funding base or source of funding. It is likely that the individual participants are […]

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Cut and Paste Citation from OpenAttribute.com

on by monicaduke in Review, Comments (0)

Review written in  March 2011 Funding base  This is an initiative coming from the Creative Commons[1], who have a well-established reputation in the area of providing licensing for work, […]

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So You Want to Cite your Data: The Consequences of Data Citation

on July 28, 2011 by maxwilkinson in General Article, Comments (0)

(using Sage Bionetworks data analysis pipeline as a test bed and demonstrator) Background Modern research upholds the key principle of the scientific method, hypothesis driven research, as a fundamental […]

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