Full Text Article: “An Introduction to the Joint Principles for Data Citation”
The following article appears in the February/March 2015 issue of the Bulletin of the Association of Information Science and Technology.
An Introduction to the Joint Principles for Data Citation
Bulletin of the Association of Information Science and Technology
February/March 2015 (Vol. 41. No. 3)
From an Article Summary:
This article summarizes and extends a longer report published as . Contributors are listed in alphabetical order. We describe contributions to the paper using a standard taxonomy described in . Micah Altman and Mercè Crosas were the lead authors, taking equal responsibility for revisions and authoring the first draft of the manuscript from which this is derived. All authors contributed to the conception of the Force 11 principles discussed, to the methodology, to the project administration and to the writing through critical review and commentary.
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See Also: Joint Declaration of Data Citation Principles (via Force 11)
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