Nigel Robinson, Thomson Reuters Director of Operations at York UK, presented at an ANDS Data Citation Webinar on Wednesday 27 June 2012:
Recording of the webinar: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/34532354/2012-06-27%2016.36%20Karen_%20DOI%20Roundtable%20Nigel%20Robinson.wmv 100MB Please do not forward this link - it is only for those who attended the webinar or who registered but were unable to attend. If you have trouble opening this .wmv file, please contact Karen.firstname.lastname@example.orgPress Release for the new Data Citation Index product (available by end of 2012)
The 2 attached files are those referred to by Nigel in the webinar:
1. Digital content data dictionary_providers v1.xls : this file lists all elements which may be used to compile data records in the Data Citation Index
2. DCI_SELECTION ESSAY.pdf: outlines repository evaluation, selection, and coverage policies for the Data Citation IndexSM within Thomson Reuters Web Of KnowledgeSM
Thomson Reuters Unveils Data Citation Index for Discovering Global Data Sets
First of Its Kind Data Citation Index Connects Researchers to Data Repositories around the World
Philadelphia, PA, June 22, 2012 - The Intellectual Property & Science division of Thomson Reuters announced today that it will preview at the American Library Association Conference (ALA) the Data Citation IndexTM, an upcoming research resource within the Web of KnowledgeSM to facilitate the discovery, use and attribution of data sets and data studies, and link those data to peer-reviewed literature.
This new research resource from Thomson Reuters creates a single source of discovery for scientific, social sciences and arts and humanities information by connecting foundational research within data repositories around the world to related peer-reviewed literature in journals, books, and conference proceedings already indexed in the Web of Knowledge.
More info: http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/06/22/idUS109861+22-Jun-2012+HUG20120622