TRIPLE Deliverable 8.5: Guidelines on the Research Data in the Humanities

Poročilo "Poročilo TRIPLE D8.5", Transforming Research through Innovative Practices for Linked Interdisciplinary Exploration (TRIPLE), (2023)

Authors:

UMERLE, Tomasz
BŁASZCZYŃSKA, Marta
WNUK, Madgalena
FRANCZAK, Mateusz
STOJANOVSKI, Jadranka
ROSINSKI, Cezary
WOŁCZUK, Nikodem
MIKOŁAJCZYK-BAREŁA, Agnieszka
KARLIŃSKA, Agnieszka
OGRODNICZUK, Maciej
PĘZIK, Piotr
KRAMER, Bianca
PERONI, Silvio
DE SANTIS, Luca
BALKAN, Lorna
INKRET, Ana
PRZYSIECKA, Karoline
MARYL, Maciej
TÓTH-CIFRA, Erszébet

Abstract:

This report focuses on the metadata as a specific type of research data in the humanities by analysing key metadata elements – persistent identifiers (PIDs), abstracts, keywords and citations. It defines those elements, outlines challenges for processing them in the humanities and presents the challenges for GoTriple as the metadata aggregator of this kind of research data. The assumption is that GoTriple is a specific kind of research dataset on its own that can and will be reused by stakeholders such as other metadata aggregators, indexers, publishers, information services (i.e. providers of scholarly metrics), but also scientists interested in data-driven research (cultural analytics, scientometrics, bibliometrics, etc.). This demands a good understanding of key metadata elements important to GoTriple's aggregation and enrichment processes (abstracts, keywords) and their development (PIDs, citations).

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