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- finish sysbio snapshot
- amnat, sysbio: 2008
- taxonomist analogies?
- comment in notes 6/21:This study utilized biological material from other individuals (not authors)….how could/should this be cited and credited. They do not refer to the contributions with a paper citation, though that may be appropriate. In the future, is it possible that in addition to dataset's receiving a full bibliographic citation, so could biological material? This would help attribute museums/taxonomists (i.e. could help a museum prove that they are utilized) and could give a collector comparable credit to a published paper (i.e. tenure "credit" for the time spent sharing data). This is the same issue with dataset citation, just a little more complex when you add in non-digital data, but still data that could be reused and needs to be more clear on where it was obtained (from my experience obtaining museum loans). The info about the biological material was recorded under other reuse, but did not "count" as a reuse.
- check if nic posted the rest of the journal metadata (particularly ecology and molec eco)
- 3pm ET telecon
- download remaining sysbio/amnat articles
- advocate for making datasets citeable on the same level of publications
- supports assignment of doi to dataset
- pangea uses datacite
- competitor with "crossref"
- control vocabulary for discipline type
- vocabulary mapping framework
- dublin core, etc
- citation typing ontology
- "first class identifiers"
- to europeans, dataset is a form of publication, publisher = depository (problem pointed out by Todd - depositories don't have ISSN #s)