[EP-tech] Eprints for research data
yurj at alfa.it
Mon Feb 19 08:21:13 GMT 2018
Recollect works very well! Thanks for the suggestions.
I've found that https://github.com/eprintsug/recollect has some recent
commits that tha plugin on bazaar has not (May 2017, plugin is 2014).
For example it adds support for https lookup url (a must for https
sites!) for research founder and data type. Also this fix is a must for
embargoed or closed documents:
( "Really important automatic setting of full_text_status" )
Worth a check?
Note: the help (clicking on ?) for "Copyright holders" metadata does not
work (it sends to the top of the page instead of showing the help). I
don't know if it is an Eprints bug (not handling missing helps) or a
Il 13/02/2018 12:55, David R Newman ha scritto:
> Hi Yuri,
> So the Recollect and the DataCiteDoi are the only real must have
> plugins for a research data repository.
> The ORCID and ORCID Support plugins are not essential for a research
> data repository, it is really down to whether you want the various
> features it provides.
> The Generic Reporting Framework plugin, does not provide any direct
> functionality but is needed by the ORCID Support, REF Compliance
> Checker and RIOXX2 plugins. The last two of these were really designed
> for UK-based publications repositories and were built around HEFCE
> policies regarding Open Access . They may provide some ideas on
> additional metadata you research data repository should be storing but
> probably not much more than that.
> UCLan Data is a fairly long established research data repository. It
> may be worth looking at their metadata schema  for additional fields
> you might need. (Look under the dataset_eprint ComplexType). That
> said, this was adapted from a standard publications repository, so has
> a number of irrelevant fields that are unused. Therefore, I would
> advise against copying the fields you see blindly.
> David Newman
>  http://www.hefce.ac.uk/rsrch/oa/
>  https://uclandata.uclan.ac.uk/cgi/schema
> On Mon, 2018-02-12 at 14:15 +0100, Yuri wrote:
>> Any idea?
>> Il 09/02/2018 08:54, Yuri ha scritto:
>>> what are the best plugin, scripts, configurations and best
>>> pratics to
>>> use Eprints primary as a research data archive? I've read this case
>>> which uses the Recollect Plugin. Then this guide
>>> https://wiki.eprints.org/w/ORCID on orcid and also we have the
>>> support: http://bazaar.eprints.org/544/ (
>>> https://wiki.eprints.org/w/ORCID_Support). Datacite and Doi,
>>> Eprints 3.3
>>> already support doi metadata grabbing as also does for pubmed.
>>> Also this seems interesting:
>>> https://wiki.eprints.org/w/Generic_Reporting_Framework. Is this
>>> http://bazaar.eprints.org/390/ (RIOXX v2.0) something useful
>>> outside Uk?
>>> I think also this plugin is useful:
>>> https://wiki.eprints.org/w/Files/OpenAIRE_Compliance_Plug-in (
>>> ) but I don't know if it has been recently updated
>>> (http://files.eprints.org/649/ seems 2011) and we have now
>>> Any other metadata format, plugin or anything else? I'm thinking
>>> something to get/update research data directly from Zenodo.
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