Unique Identifiers and Metrics: ORCID and PLOS as an example

855ee26b04af97fe0fc421b03a92454e?s=47 Martin Fenner
September 12, 2013

Unique Identifiers and Metrics: ORCID and PLOS as an example

Presentation given at the Université d'été du GFII meeting in Nancy at INIST-CNRS.

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Martin Fenner

September 12, 2013
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  1. Unique Identifiers and Metrics: ORCID and PLOS as an example

    Martin Fenner http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1419-2405 http://www.flickr.com/photos/financialaidpodcast/7195300768/
  2. 2 Open Researcher & Contributor ID Connecting Research and Researchers

  3. 3 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

    0 20 40 60 80 100 120 PLOS articles published by CNRS authors every month
  4. 4 PLOS Search API 2562 Articles CORDIS 1166 Articles Identify

    Open Access articles published by PLOS until July 2012, funded by the European Commission Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) Match articles with grant numbers Show the impact of these publications
  5. PLOS articles by EC funding programme Publication: http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/978-1-61499-270-7-77 Dataset: http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/ZENODO.1239

    5 EC Funding Programme Projects funded Projects acknowledged in PLOS Ratio (in %) HEALTH 769 215 27.96 KBBE 421 46 10.93 GA 25 2 8 INFRA 311 16 5.14 ENV 406 20 4.93 REGPOT 169 8 4.73 ERC 2909 122 4.19 ICT 1731 67 3.87 PEOPLE 7878 115 1.46 NMP 584 8 1.37 Fission 101 1 0.99 SiS 142 1 0.70 SEC 198 1 0.51 ENERGY 303 1 0.33 SME 694 1 0.14 Fusion 3 0 0 COH 23 0 0
  6. Using institutional Identifiers for affiliations 6 International Standard Name Identifier

    ISNI Registration Agency for Institutions Journal submission system
  7. Unique identifier for researchers Using institutional Identifiers for affiliations 7

    International Standard Name Identifier ISNI Registration Agency for Institutions Journal submission system
  8. Unique identifier for researchers Using ORCID to uniquely identify authors,

    reviewers and editors 8 Journal submission system Names and name variants Previous publications Other research outputs Coauthors Subject area expertise
  9. 9 Why ORCID? Global Not limited by discipline, institution or

    geography Open Inclusive and transparently governed not-for-profit Data and source code available under recognized open licenses Integrated Third-party seeding of profiles Part of institutional, publisher, and funding agency infrastructure
  10. 10 When is ORCID a Success? ORCID service launched October

    16, 2012 ORCID service launched October 16, 2012 ORCID service launched October 16, 2012 Researchers use service Member organizations sustain service Services integrate with ORCID More than 250,000 registered user More than 80 member organizations More than ? integrations
  11. 11 0 50.000 100.000 150.000 200.000 250.000 300.000 16.10.12 30.11.12

    14.1.13 1.3.13 22.4.13 5.7.13 6.9.13 ORCID Registered Users
  12. Universities/Research Organizations Only organizations that directly employ researchers can create

    ORCIDs for them Scholarly Societies Funders Publishers Vendors/Third Party Systems Consortia Service Providers National Agreements 12 ORCID Membership
  13. 13

  14. 14 http://datacite.labs.orcid-eu.org

  15. http://feed.labs.orcid-eu.org 15 Getting ORCID data via content negotiation

  16. 16 http://blog.martinfenner.org/about.html ORCID profile information can be easily pulled into

    blogs and other websites
  17. ORCID Profile information can be enhanced with metrics 17 http://cameronneylon.net/publications/

    http://impactstory.org
  18. More Than Just Access: Delivering on a Network-Enabled Literature 18

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.1001417
  19. PLOS Article-Level Metrics Classification 19 RESEARCH ARTICLE VIEWED SAVED DISCUSSED

    RECOMMENDED CITED PLOS HTML PLOS PDF PLOS XML PMC HTML PMC PDF CiteULike Mendely NatureBlogs ScienceSeeker ResearchBlogging PLOS Comments Wikipedia Twitter Facebook F1000 Prime CrossRef PMC Web of Science Scopus Increasing Engagement http://dx.doi.org/10.3789/isqv25no2.2013.04
  20. 20 F1000Prime Wikipedia Research Blogging PLOS Comments Facebook Twitter CiteULike

    Mendeley PubMed Citations CrossRef Scopus Figshare PMC HTML Views PLOS HTML Views F1000Prime 3% 4% 2% 10% 28% 22% 22% 85% 54% 65% 61% 15% 96% 100% PLOS Article−Level Metrics by Source Proportion of all 90,141 PLOS articles published from January 1st until August 27, 2013 mentioned by particular article−level metrics source. Colors indicate categories (Viewed, Cited, Saved, Discussed, Recommended), as used on the PLOS website.
  21. 21 199,913,959 HTML PAGEVIEWS 49,450,006 PDF DOWNLOADS 481,771 CROSSREF CITATIONS

    100 24.7 0.2 Article–Level Metrics for PLOS Papers Published until May 20, 2013
  22. 22 Selecting PLOS Papers Number of PLOS articles with CNRS

    authors published until August 27, 2013 that have been recommended by F1000Prime (red) and/or mentioned in Wikipedia (blue). 127 3268 19 159
  23. 23 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 0 5000

    10000 15000 20000 25000 PLOS Articles by Authors from CNRS 2010 400 PLOS articles from CNRS authors. Bubble size correlates with Scopus citations, and color with PLOS journal. Data collected August 27, 2013. Age in Months Total Views Analysis of Memory B Cell Responses and Isolation of Novel Monoclonal Antibodies with Neutralizing Breadth from HIV-1-Infected Individuals http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0008805 Beer Consumption Increases Human Attractiveness to Malaria Mosquitoes http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0009546
  24. Exon Exchange Approach to Repair Duchenne Dystrophin Transcripts 24 http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0010894

  25. Distinct Clones of Yersinia pestis Caused the Black Death 25

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1001134
  26. 26 http://almreports.plos.org/reports/metrics/9601