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Data Documentation 99 / 2019

Konzeption zum Studienportal Forschungsdatenzentrum Betriebs- und Organsationsdaten (FDZ-BO) am Deutschen Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung

2019| Tobias Gebel, Katja Buro, Peter Löwe, Thomas Pilger, Holger Piper, Katharina Zschuppe
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g.citation: Scientific Citation for Individual GRASS GIS Software Modules

The authors introduce the GRASS GIS add-on module g.citation. The module extends the existing citationcapabilities of GRASS GIS, which until now only provide for automated citation of the software projectas a whole, authored by the GRASS Development Team, without reference to individual persons. Thefunctionalities of the new module enable individual code citation for each of the over 500 implementedfunctionalities, ...

In: PeerJ Preprints (2018), 6, e27206v1, 7 S. | Peter Löwe, Vaclav Petras, Markus Neteler, Helena Mitasova
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OSGeo Events at EGU General Assemblies: Making Open Science a Reality

This submission reports on the continuing efforts by OSGeo activists within the annual General Assembly gatherings of the European Geoscience Union (EGU). Starting as improvided splinter events, the format soon emerged both into dedicated topical sessions for Open Source within the EGU division of Earth and Space Science Informatics (ESSI), but also dedicated annual evening events (Townhalls). Further, ...

In: PeerJ Preprints ; 6 (2018), 6, e27220v1, 3 S. | Peter Löwe
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14 Years of PID Services at the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB): Connected Frameworks, Research Data and Lessons Learned from a National Research Library Perspective

In an ideal research world, any scientific content should be citable and the coherent content, as well as the citation itself, should be persistent. However, today’s scientists do not only produce traditional research papers – they produce comprehensive digital resources and collections. TIB’s mission is to develop a supportive framework for a sustainable access to such digital content – focusing on ...

In: Data Science Journal 16 (2017), 36, S. 1-10 | Angelina Kraft, Britta Dreyer, Peter Löwe, Frauke Ziedorn
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Enabling Fine-Grained Scientific Citation for GRASS GIS Software Modules

The authors introduce the GRASS GIS add-on module g.citation as an initial implementation of a fine-grained software citation concept. The module extends the existing citation capabilities of GRASS GIS, which until now only provide for automated citation of the software project as a whole, authored by the GRASS Development Team, without reference to individual persons. The functionalities of the new ...

In: Preprints (2019), 2019040008 | Peter Löwe, Vaclav Petras, Markus Neteler, Helena Mitasova
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Towards OSGeo Best Practices for Scientific Software Citation: Integration Options for Persistent Identifiers in OSGeo Project Repositories

As a contribution to the currently ongoing larger effort to establish Open Science as best practices in academia, this article focuses on the Open Source and Open Access tiers of the Open Science triad and community software projects. The current situation of research software development and the need to recognize it as a significant contribution to science is introduced in relation to Open Science. ...

In: FOSS4G 2017 Full Conference Proceedings ( Papers and Posters), Boston, USA
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S. 134-145
| Peter Löwe, Markus Neteler, Jan Goebel, Marco Tullney
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The g.citation Module for Grass GIS: Establishing Fine Granular Software Citation as a Community Best-Practice for Fair and Open Science

EGU General Assembly, 2019, 1 S.
(Geophysical Research Abstracts ; 21)
| Peter Löwe, Vaclav Petras, Helena Mitasova, Markus Neteler
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Software Citation Checklist for Authors: Version 0.9.0

This document provides a simple, generic checklist that authors of academic work (papers, books, conference abstracts, blog posts, etc.) can use to ensure they are following good practice when referencing and citing software they have used, both created by themselves for their research as well as obtained from other sources.It may also be used and adapted by journal editors, publishers and conference ...

2019, 5 S. / 14,3 KB | Neil P. Chue Hong, Alice Allen, Peter Löwe ...
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Software Citation Checklist for Developers: Version 0.9.0

This document provides a minimal, generic checklist that developers of software (either open or closed source) used in research can use to ensure they are following good practice around software citation. This will help developers get credit for the software they create, and improve transparency, reproducibility, and reuse.

2019, 3 S. / 9,0 KB | Neil P. Chue Hong, Alice Allen, Peter Löwe ...
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Copernicus and Data Cubes: Opportunities to Accelerate Research

This presentation provides a high level overview of the EU's Copernicus project and the possible use of of a national data cube to provide a geo-spatial and geo-temporal infrstructure to aid and accelerate research in geo-science, catering for the growth in high volume data sets.

2019, 18,8 MB | Christopher John Atherton, Peter Löwe
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