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Thursday, January 24 • 10:45am - 11:10am
What's that DOI? How Crossref Event Data identifies DOIs on the web

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Event Data tracks how people discuss research on the web. We find links in Blogs, News aritlces, Tweets, Wikipedia and more. We're tracking content that has DOIs, and of course we use DOIs to identify the content so the content can be uniquely identified. But most people don't use them when referring to content. To do this we use a blend of methods. We try to balance a fiddly process with openness, transparent data that people can understand. This talk follows on from the research I presented at PIDapalooza in 2016, describing how this process works and how you could use it yourself.

Speakers
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Joe Wass

Crossref
Joe is a Principal R&D Engineer at Crossref. He spends most of his time building Event Data, open infrastructure for tracking and sharing non-traditional scholarly links. 


Thursday January 24, 2019 10:45am - 11:10am
Main Stage

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