Posts Categorized: ORCiD & Datacite

  • ORCiD & Datacite, Programming

    Getting started with the public ORCID API using swagger – quickstart guide

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    ORCID recently implemented a swagger definition file for it’s v2.0 API, which means it’s now even easier to access the public ORCID API from your website.  Just use swagger.js.  It’s Super.  And Easy. Let’s give it a go. First, clone swagger onto your machine.  Either use the git desktop client, click the button on the repository or fetch it… Read more »

  • ORCiD & Datacite

    Differences between ORCID and DataCite Metadata

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    (written by Martin Fenner and cross posted from the Datacite blog – I’m one of the co-authors of the report) One of the first tasks for DataCite in the European Commission-funded THOR project that started in June was to contribute to a comparison of the ORCID and DataCite metadata standards. Together with ORCID, CERN, the British Library… Read more »

  • ORCiD & Datacite

    ETD2014 slides

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    I’m having a great time attending the ETD2014 conference.  There’s been lots of lively discussion around ORCiD and DOIs and it’s been fantastic to gather wider perspectives.  It’s also been great to get some coding in adapting the import tool to work with the Leicester institutional repository. For those that are interested in the ORCiD… Read more »

  • ORCiD & Datacite

    ELAG2014 – Slides

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    I recently presented at ELAG2014 about ORCiD integration.  I’ve embedded my slides below.  They might not make quite as much sense without context – they’re mainly pictures with single word topic headings, but they contain links to the source code etc. I had a great time and met a lot of interesting folks whilst at ELAG…. Read more »

  • ORCiD & Datacite, Programming

    ORCiD tools – who’s claiming what?

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    As part of my work with data-centres and ORCiD I’ve put together a tool that lets you see where works claimed within ORCiD have been published.   Start typing a publisher into the search box and it’ll look up the DOI prefix (or other identifier prefix) for that publisher from a list nearly 4000 long.  Current… Read more »

  • ORCiD & Datacite, Programming

    ORCID Open Source Java Client – I made this!

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    Update: ORCiD client now available as a Maven dependency! I’ve just open sourced a Java application I’ve been working on at the British Library.  It’s a RESTlet server and JQuery/bootstrap client that enables people to claim a work from a remote service, log into ORCID using OAuth and add the work to their profile. It… Read more »