Comprehensive Citation Across the Data Life Cycle Using DDI
A description of the creation of a dataset for a use case for the worknig group on enhanced citation at Dagstuhl event 14432. The group was funded by NSF grant 1448107. (460.7Kb)
Witt, Michael C.
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Work products from the the NSF1448107 sponsored group attending Dagstuhl event 14432 in October 2014. These include datasets, analysis programs, and a technical report.
A group of experts on data citation funded by NSF met in October 2014 at Schloss Dagstuhl and worked alongside the DDI4: Moving Forward sprint. Representatives from the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative and CDISC, the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium, were also in attendance. The group sought to answer some key questions: ● What elements are needed in DDI to cite data and describe data sources in a comprehensive way across the lifecycle? ● What objects documented by DDI should be citable? ● Given the lifecycle focus of DDI, how can we support broad attribution for contributions; and how can we describe the level of contribution? Work products from that project are archived here.
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