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CIF DOI-related definitions for approval in Montreal

  • To: "Discussion list of the IUCr Committee for the Maintenance of the CIF Standard (COMCIFS)" <comcifs@iucr.org>
  • Subject: CIF DOI-related definitions for approval in Montreal
  • From: James Hester <jamesrhester@gmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2014 11:26:51 +1000
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Dear COMCIFS members,

Please find below a small collection of additional definitions for the core dictionary.  These have been developed by the IUCr journals and the CCDC to meet the data citation guidelines recently introduced by DataCite (see https://www.force11.org/datacitation), and there is apparently some urgency in getting them approved.

Could I ask all interested members to check these definitions, and we will discuss any issues at the open meeting in Montreal in the hope of resolving any problems and aiming for approval by August 15th.

James.


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#                        CIF DOI-RELATED DEFINITIONS                         #
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data_on_this_dictionary
    _dictionary_name            cif_datacitation.dic
    _dictionary_version         0.1
    _dictionary_update          2014-07-18
    _dictionary_history
;
    2014-07-18 First draft of datanames useful for data citation. BMcM
;

###########
## AUDIT ##
###########

data_audit_block_doi
    _name                      '_audit_block_doi'
    _category                    audit
    _type                        char
    _example                     10.5517/CC6V9DQ
    _definition
;              The digital object identifier (DOI) registered to identify
               the data set publication represented by the current
               datablock. This can be used as a unique identifier for
               the datablock so long as the code used is a valid DOI
               (i.e. begins with a valid publisher prefix assigned by a
               Registration Agency and a suffix guaranteed to be unique
               by the publisher) and has had its metadata deposited
               with a DOI Registration Agency.

               A DOI is a unique character string identifying any
               object of intellectual property. It provides a
               persistent identifier for an object on a digital network
               and permits the association of related current data in a
               structured extensible way. A DOI is an implementation
               of the Internet concepts of Uniform Resource Name and
               Universal Resource Locator managed according to the
               specifications of the International DOI Foundation (see
               http://www.doi.org).
;

##############
## DATABASE ##
##############

data_database_dataset_doi
    _name                      '_database_dataset_doi'
    _category                    database
    _type                        char
    _example                     '10.2210/pdb4hhb/pdb'
    _definition
;              The digital object identifier (DOI) registered to identify
               a data set publication associated with the structure
               described in the current datablock. This should be used
               for a dataset obtained from a curated database such as
               CSD or PDB.

               A DOI is a unique character string identifying any
               object of intellectual property. It provides a
               persistent identifier for an object on a digital network
               and permits the association of related current data in a
               structured extensible way. A DOI is an implementation
               of the Internet concepts of Uniform Resource Name and
               Universal Resource Locator managed according to the
               specifications of the International DOI Foundation (see
               http://www.doi.org).
;


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## PUBL ##
##########

data_publ_contact_author_id_orcid
    _name                      '_publ_contact_author_id_orcid'
    _category                    publ
    _type                        char
    _example                     2985
    _definition
;              Identifier in the ORCID Registry of the author submitting
               the manuscript and data block. ORCID is an open, non-profit,
               community-driven service to provide a registry of unique
               researcher identifiers (http://orcid.org).
;


#################
## PUBL_AUTHOR ##
#################

data_publ_author_id_orcid
    _name                      '_publ_author_id_orcid'
    _category                    publ_author
    _type                        char
    _list                        both
    _example                     0000-0003-0391-0002
    _definition
;              Identifier in the ORCID Registry of a publication
               author. ORCID is an open, non-profit, community-driven
               service to provide a registry of unique researcher
               identifiers (http://orcid.org).
;


##############
## CITATION ##
##############

data_citation_doi
    _name                      '_citation_doi'
    _category                    citation
    _type                        char
    _list                        yes
    _list_reference            '_citation_id'
    _example                    '10.5517/CC6V9DQ'
    _definition
;              The Digital Object Identifier (DOI) of the cited work.

               A DOI is a unique character string identifying any
               object of intellectual property. It provides a
               persistent identifier for an object on a digital network
               and permits the association of related current data in a
               structured extensible way. A DOI is an implementation
               of the Internet concepts of Uniform Resource Name and
               Universal Resource Locator managed according to the
               specifications of the International DOI Foundation (see
               http://www.doi.org).
;

data_citation_publisher
    _name                      '_citation_publisher'
    _category                    citation
    _type                        char
    _list                        yes
    _list_reference            '_citation_id'
    _example                    'Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre'
    _definition
;              The name of the publisher of the cited work. This
               should be used for citations of journal articles or
               datasets (in the latter case the publisher could be a
               curated database). For books or book chapters use
               _citation_book_publisher.
;

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