Research Data – Latest News & Worth Knowing

Schlagwort: ‘pid’

Do You Already Know the PID Network Project?

July 6th, 2023 | by
Digital fingerprint image

Source: Unsplash

In May, the virtual dialogue platform and the social media channels on Mastodon and Twitter went online to provide information on developments around the topic of persistent identifiers (PID). Behind this is the project PID Network Germany, which was launched in March and which we would like to introduce in our new blog post.

Read the rest of this entry »

Review Coscine – FAIRly in Love with Research Data

February 23rd, 2023 | by
Coscine Logo & FAIR Principles in heart shape

Source: Own illustration

If you haven’t fallen in love with Coscine yet, you will have fallen under the spell of the research data management platform by February 14, 2023 at the latest – fittingly on the day of love. In this follow-up-report we have summarized the event for you and why Coscine makes your heart race. The event Coscine – FAIRly in Love with Research Data event took place as part of the Love Data Week.

Read the rest of this entry »

Research Data Day 2022 – Follow-up to Coscine – Fair in the Data Sea

December 1st, 2022 | by
The picture shows a sea, which is supposed to represent a sea of data, fitting for the event "guarantee in the data sea".

Event Coscine – FAIR guarantee in the data sea
Source: Own illustration

We continue with the follow-up report on the afternoon program of the Research Data Day 2022 held at the RWTH Aachen University. Just as last year, researchers from all over North Rhine-Westphalia were allowed to get a taste of the Coscine workshop and ask their questions about the platform for research data management. In this post, we have summarized the contents of the one-hour workshop for you. You can download the slides of the workshop on Zenodo.

Read the rest of this entry »

Persistent Identifier – PIDs for Archives in Coscine

August 18th, 2022 | by
Biometric technology background with fingerprint scanning system on virtual screen digital remix

Source: Freepik

Three years ago, we provided insights into our RDM statistics on the RDM blog, and in the blog post RDM Statistics: 891 PIDs, we showed how the number of Persistent Identifiers had developed over the last few years up to 2018 at RWTH Aachen University.

But what about the PIDs three years later and to what extent does Coscine play a role in this? We addressed these questions in this blog post.

Read the rest of this entry »