The role of Repositories in enabling Persistent Identifier (PID) Graphs
Date: 
21 April 2021

April 21, 2021 14:30-15:30 CET

Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) play a central role in the FAIR ecosystem. PIDs enable the unique identification of digital entities and provide a way for us to refer to entities in a persistent way. The power of PIDs is amplified when they are connected with each other, creating a PID Graph. This webinar will dive into the concept of the PID Graph and their usefulness for repositories. You will hear about the PID Graph developments that have taken place in the context of the EOSC through the FREYA project as well as within the RDA Interest Group on Open Science Graphs for FAIR Data. Finally, the webinar will close with an outlook on the work being done to support PID Graphs and the ongoing and upcoming activities taking place in the FAIRsFAIR project.  This webinar is the first of our series to support repositories to become more FAIR-enabling.

Programme

14:30-14:35

Welcome Ricarda Braukmann, DANS

14:35-14:45

Introduction - Simon Lambert, STFC

14:45-15:05

The FREYA PID Graph - Martin Fenner, DataCite

15:05-15:15

Advancing DataCite Commons and accompanying measures by re3data - Sarala Wimalaratne, DataCite and Robert Ulrich, re3data

15:15-15:25

Discussion 

15:25-15:30

Wrap up and recommendations - Joy Davidson, DCC

Presentations are available here: https://zenodo.org/record/4708938#.YIE5vqHRY1k

 

Webinar video

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