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Generally, the set up is a full text field matched to a coded field. That way we have the text for reference
Coloring KeyTo DoQuestion/HelpDepositorySectionAlternating Sectionnot relevant to data sharing/undepositedtreebase, pangea, internal (journal), genbank, dryad, others as encountered...see my examples for how this is done for multiple depositories
GroupJournalArticleDataReuseNEEDED FOR EACH DEPOSITORY (and for my datasharing/produced ones too); can be indexed into a single global field for questions just about Y/N data citationOther
FieldJournal NameJournal ISSNDOITitleArticleTypeAuthorsAuthorAffiliationPrimaryAuthorDisciplinePrimaryAuthorNationalitySubmission TimeVolumeIssueYearAbstractKeywordsPrimary disciplineOpen access?DataReuse?TREEBASEDepository referenced InText?Type of DatasetLocation of InText CitationHow cited InTextHow Acquired?Relevant Excerpt(s)_InTextBibliographic Citation?Relevant Bibliographic CitationsMeetsDepositoryRecommendations?_GutMeets depository recommendations?_Calc"Good" citation?Meets journal recommendations?No. Citing articles NormalizedNo.CitingAcknowledgementsTextISI Funding info or Journal Funding sectionFunding TypeNotesZotero Tags
Explanationabbr or full, for tracking purposesUNIQUE/LINK ID - Electronic ISSN, from Nic's Journal MetadataUNIQUE IDAll journals have different "types" of articles, usually listed at the top of the article if not regular article (ex: "Enote" indicates an Open Access article on AmNat). So this is the field for those internal (journal specific names), which can be later coded as "article, review, metanaly, etc"...we should generally only be sampling articles that ISI considers articles.Usually found just below the author names in the article or on ISIcoded later from affiliationcoded later from affiliationUsually indicated on the first page of the article…easy to retrieve. Could be calculated for turnover time/'Hassle" experience by author later, but impact factor may cover this.This and keywords used to code the discipline of the article.This and abstract used to code the discipline of the article.Coded from abstract/keywordsNote that articles can elect to be open access for more $ even if the journal is subscription based.Instance of reuse, including those without proper citation or mention of depository. In the case of datasharing, indicates "concious" sharing….data posted in a depository or internally. As opposed to data produced which is entirely undeposited (only referenced in the paper, usually in a figure)The depository is explicitly referenced (i.e. you would find treeBASE mentioned as such in the full text or if you searched the pdf)Especially if other than typical (i.e. genbank = gene, treebase = phylogeny, etc) or undeposited ..can leave blank if the "typical" dataset for the depository as long as that is recorded in the depository metadataWhere Cited In the Paper?How was the data accessed? Any excerpts relative to type of data, depository, how cited, and how acquired. Valerie's "gut" feeling about if it meets depository recommendationaCalculation based on preceeding criteria & coded depository policyCalculation based on preceeding criteriaCalculation based on preceeding criteria & coded journal policyFor future tracking as time permitssomehow calibrate/calculate # citations for length since publication (so older articles aren't upweighted)full text of acknowledgement sectionSeparate funding section if availablecoded from acknowl. And isi/journal funding section
Options (i.e. "dropdown menu")Ec=Ecology (Community, interactions), En=environmental, Ea=Earth, B=Biology (Organism), P= Phylogeny (phylogeo, phylogenetics)YNYNYNYNGS=gene sequence, GA =gene alignment (multiple sequences), X=XYcoordinates (GIS), PDM=phylogeny data matrix, PT=phylogeny tree, M=morphological (matrix), I need ideas of what to add (for instance, ecology, environmental, and earth are all too broad and cover many different kinds of data), add as encounter but try to keep with preset types if possibleI=intro, M=methods, R=results, D=discusion, O=other, A=Acknowledgements,N=noneAu=author (Author, Year), Ac=Accension#, D=depository (general depository, i.e. Genbank is cited, but not specific genes, accession, or contributing author), U=Url , C=correspondence (personal correspondence with another author), F= figure/table within paper (for data sharing only), S=supplementary data (not in paper text, but posted with article internally; for data sharing only) , W=weird (indicate in notes), NAAc=Accension#, D=depository, U=url, Se=Self, N=NotIndicated, W=weird (indicate in notes), NA0=no, 1=paper only, 2=url only, 3=includes accession/handling#, 4=other (indicate in notes)
Sarah_Previous Name of FieldMention of DataSetDepository of cited datasetWhereDataSetCitedInPaper AND Where_CodedWay DataSet citedAcquirement of datasetLike I've said a few times, maybe we say something like Mention of Depository + Accession InText + Bibliographic Citation is the "best" possible citation (regardless of depository/journal)
Sarah NotesI like to track this as I go rather than the ISSN, but the ISSN is the UNIQUEUNIQUE, can collect later with copy/paste from Nic's listhopefully, all this can be exported from a data citation compiler (ISI, zotero, etc), rather than manually enteredThis is more important for my "snapshot".Ask Nic to collect this for journal metadata (if open access allowed AND if the entire journal is open access)This is somewhat redundant of how cited and acquirement, but I think good for clarity. Nic requested this field, I think it's useful to see if future studies could just extract the methods section, also helps me track kooky citations; This seems redundant with how cited, but I've seen lots of authors that also indicate how they obtained the data. Also, I've run into multiple cases where they don't cite the data but it was clearly from a previous study of their own (hence "self"). Any thoughts on keeping or scrapping this field and why or why not? If I haven't posted an example, let me know and I will.Type of cited DatasetRelevantCitationsFor my tracking purposes
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Valerie_PreviousName of Field _MatchedValerie - I moved your original fields in order to the next row b/c I had put in this row the names of your current fields that match with the ones i established. Scroll to the right to see this. Gchat/email me if you have a question and when you are ready to discuss the fields.Data OUT OF TreeBASE AND Data INTO TreeBASE (which would be an entire replication of all DataReuse fields, next sheet in doc has example)Citation of TreeBASE through DOI or URI, or Study/Matrix Accession no. AND Citation of TreeBASE through mention of data authortext of sentence(s) in article making citation referenceFull citation as per TreeBASE recommendationsNumber of articles citing this article
Valerie_PreviousName of Field _Original ordersearch method/journal/database usedSearch TermsJournal NameJournal ISSNYearVolume/IssueArticle TitleArticle authorsLink to article abstractArticle DOICitation of TreeBASE through mention of TreeBASE Full citation as per TreeBASE recommendationsCitation of TreeBASE through DOI or URI, or Study/Matrix Accession no.Citation of TreeBASE through mention of data authorNumber of articles citing this articletext of sentence(s) in article making citation referenceData INTO TreeBASEData OUT OF TreeBASEadditional notes
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