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=== NGI France  ===
 
=== NGI France  ===
  
*Scope: identify the scope of collecting publications (infrastructure, geographical boundaries, communities)  
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*Scope: identify the scope of collecting publications (infrastructure, geographical boundaries, communities)
All disciplines
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At least one author working in a French laboratory or organism
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**All disciplines  
All infrastructures (production or research infrastructures)
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**At least one author working in a French laboratory or organism  
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**All infrastructures (production or research infrastructures)
  
 
*What information is collected  
 
*What information is collected  
 
**describe the schema and collect also values for the enumerations, e.g., list of disciplines, type of publications)  
 
**describe the schema and collect also values for the enumerations, e.g., list of disciplines, type of publications)  
**describe if you distinguish between conference paper vs. journals or science based on the infrastructure vs. engineering of the infrastructure  
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**describe if you distinguish between conference paper vs. journals or science based on the infrastructure vs. engineering of the infrastructure
*Do you collect the impact factor? If so, how? (researcher add it, link to a database of impact factors e.g., http://wokinfo.com/)  
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*How do researchers know that they need to provide the information?  
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*Do you collect the impact factor? If so, how? (researcher add it, link to a database of impact factors e.g., http://wokinfo.com/)
*How do researchers provide the information? (the tool they use)  
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NO
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*How do researchers know that they need to provide the information?
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We advertise by all means : NGI "France Grilles" web site, "France Grilles" newsletter, letter of the director, e-mails in the lists (labs directors, users, operational and sites teams...), presentations at the grid days... and of course reminders.
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*How do researchers provide the information? (the tool they use)
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#They have to reference (or put) their publications in a national tool build for all the research community in France - all organisms or universities. The tools is http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/
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#They have to inform a functional email address or G Romier and to give the hal identifier or the title of the publication
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*How do researchers describe the use of the infrastructures in the publication? (provide guidelines)  
 
*How do researchers describe the use of the infrastructures in the publication? (provide guidelines)  
 
*What are the obligations for researchers? Where are they defined? How do the researchers accept them?  
 
*What are the obligations for researchers? Where are they defined? How do the researchers accept them?  

Revision as of 16:29, 9 July 2012

VT Scientific Publications Repository: VT Scientific Publications Repository Tasks Meetings & Actions



Collect Best Practices

This is a list of questions to document best practices from established processes to collect scientific publications that were possible thanks to the use of e-infrastructures

  • Scope: identify the scope of collecting publications (infrastructure, geographical boundaries, communities)
  • What information is collected
    • describe the schema and collect also values for the enumerations, e.g., list of disciplines, type of publications)
    • describe if you distinguish between conference paper vs. journals or science based on the infrastructure vs. engineering of the infrastructure
  • Do you collect the impact factor? If so, how? (researcher add it, link to a database of impact factors e.g., http://wokinfo.com/)
  • How do researchers know that they need to provide the information?
  • How do researchers provide the information? (the tool they use)
  • How do researchers describe the use of the infrastructures in the publication? (provide guidelines)
  • What are the obligations for researchers? Where are they defined? How do the researchers accept them?
  • When do researchers provide the data? (e.g., yearly base, as soon as they publish)
  • Limitations/difficulties of the current process
  • Success stories of the current process
  • How many publications are already collected and since when
  • How the information is used

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NGIs' Best Practices

NGI France

  • Scope: identify the scope of collecting publications (infrastructure, geographical boundaries, communities)
    • All disciplines
    • At least one author working in a French laboratory or organism
    • All infrastructures (production or research infrastructures)
  • What information is collected
    • describe the schema and collect also values for the enumerations, e.g., list of disciplines, type of publications)
    • describe if you distinguish between conference paper vs. journals or science based on the infrastructure vs. engineering of the infrastructure
  • Do you collect the impact factor? If so, how? (researcher add it, link to a database of impact factors e.g., http://wokinfo.com/)

NO

  • How do researchers know that they need to provide the information?

We advertise by all means : NGI "France Grilles" web site, "France Grilles" newsletter, letter of the director, e-mails in the lists (labs directors, users, operational and sites teams...), presentations at the grid days... and of course reminders.

  • How do researchers provide the information? (the tool they use)
  1. They have to reference (or put) their publications in a national tool build for all the research community in France - all organisms or universities. The tools is http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/
  2. They have to inform a functional email address or G Romier and to give the hal identifier or the title of the publication
  • How do researchers describe the use of the infrastructures in the publication? (provide guidelines)
  • What are the obligations for researchers? Where are they defined? How do the researchers accept them?
  • When do researchers provide the data? (e.g., yearly base, as soon as they publish)
  • Limitations/difficulties of the current process
  • Success stories of the current process
  • How many publications are already collected and since when
  • How the information is used