Technological innovations in scientific journals: the shape of things to come - Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology

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This article discusses the rapid change in scholarly publishing and problems in harnessing many technological advances in the scholarly publishing space.   "One movement that is a corollary to open access is to facilitate technology for having an open infrastructure for metadata. One example is DataCite, which is a global not-for-profit membership organization that provides open infrastructure to identify, find, cite, connect and use research. It is quite similar to other open infrastructure research organizations like are CrossRef, ORCID etc. Where it differs from the latter is in its focus beyond published articles to include all the underlying information that is available, as well as a mechanism to easily link to the experimental design, the research data and the analytical tools that were used to generate the reported outcomes...."


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Date tagged:

05/30/2022, 01:47

Date published:

05/29/2022, 04:51