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=== NGI France  ===
=== NGI France  ===


*Scope: identify the scope of collecting publications (infrastructure, geographical boundaries, communities)
*Scope: identify the scope of collecting publications (infrastructure, geographical boundaries, communities)<br>


All disciplines<br>


**All disciplines
At least one author working in a French laboratory or organism  
**At least one author working in a French laboratory or organism  
 
**All infrastructures (production or research infrastructures)
All infrastructures (production or research infrastructures)  
 
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*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)  
*** The elements are :
*** Publication type, Subject, Title, Author(s) (name, first name), Laboratory with team, address, Abstract, Fulltext language, Production date, Book title:, Audience, Publication date, Page, identifiant, ..., Conference or book title, Conference date, City, Country
**describe if you distinguish between conference paper vs. journals or science based on the infrastructure vs. engineering of the infrastructure
**describe if you distinguish between conference paper vs. journals or science based on the infrastructure vs. engineering of the infrastructure
the tool used is built to ask for discipline, type of publications and keywords and allows to search for them. There are menus to get the publications with selection criteria and order to present them.  
 
A publication may have several disciplines and keywords
the tool used is built to ask for discipline, type of publications and keywords and allows to search for them. There are menus to get the publications with selection criteria and order to present them. A publication may have several disciplines and keywords  


*Do you collect the impact factor? If so, how? (researcher add it, link to a database of impact factors e.g., http://wokinfo.com/)
*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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On a voluntary basis  
On a voluntary basis  


*Success stories of the current process  
*Success stories of the current process
 
*How many publications are already collected and since when
 
today 9 July 2012&nbsp;: 240 articles – 485 references But all existing publications in HAL are currently not in the collection (especially concerning HEP)


*How many publications are already collected and since when
today 9 July 2012 : 240 articles – 485 references
But all existing publications in HAL are currently not in the collection (especially concerning HEP)
*How the information is used
*How the information is used
used to produce indicators  
used to produce indicators  


[[Category:Scientific_Publications_Repository]]
[[Category:Scientific_Publications_Repository]]

Revision as of 17:03, 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)
      • The elements are :
      • Publication type, Subject, Title, Author(s) (name, first name), Laboratory with team, address, Abstract, Fulltext language, Production date, Book title:, Audience, Publication date, Page, identifiant, ..., Conference or book title, Conference date, City, Country


    • describe if you distinguish between conference paper vs. journals or science based on the infrastructure vs. engineering of the infrastructure

the tool used is built to ask for discipline, type of publications and keywords and allows to search for them. There are menus to get the publications with selection criteria and order to present them. A publication may have several disciplines and keywords

  • 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)

All possibilities but we ask for an aknowledgement that is advertised on the NGI web site. In the HAL tool, a keywork is also possible to serach for the publication.

  • What are the obligations for researchers? Where are they defined? How do the researchers accept them?

There are no obligations concerning the NGI. There are no obligations concerning the organisms or universities except for several.

  • When do researchers provide the data? (e.g., yearly base, as soon as they publish)

It depends on their organisms and context.

  • Limitations/difficulties of the current process

On a voluntary basis

  • Success stories of the current process
  • How many publications are already collected and since when

today 9 July 2012 : 240 articles – 485 references But all existing publications in HAL are currently not in the collection (especially concerning HEP)

  • How the information is used

used to produce indicators