Service Provider Software Integrations

Below is a list of software system integrations developed/supported by registered DataCite Service Providers. Registered Service Providers meet requirements and follow best practices to ensure that their integrations register DOIs correctly and support creation of high-quality metadata.

Other DataCite integrations exist, but their developers have not yet registered as service providers, so we cannot assure that they meet best practices. If you don't see a system that you use listed here, please encourage your vendor to become a registered service provider.

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To register DOI names you need a DataCite account!

You will have to become a DataCite Member or join as part of a Consortium in order to assign DataCite DOIs to your datasets. Learn more about membership options here: https://datacite.org/become.html

Repository platform integrations

Cayuse

https://www.cayuse.com/repository

Cayuse provides a single repository for all research, enabling all research outputs related to a project to be stored together and searched simultaneously. The flexible data model of the Cayuse Repository, formerly Haplo Repository, can represent any type of information and manage datasets, traditional and non-traditional output types in one repository..

Documentation: https://docs.haplo.org/app/repository/administration/integrations/datacite-doi-minting

Registered service provider: Cayuse

Dataverse

https://dataverse.org/

The Dataverse Project is an open source web application to share, preserve, cite, explore, and analyze research data. It facilitates making data available to others and allows you to replicate others' work more easily. Researchers, data authors, publishers, data distributors, and affiliated institutions all receive academic credit and web visibility. A Dataverse repository is the software installation, which then hosts multiple virtual archives called Dataverse collections.

Documentation: You can configure your installation following this guide: https://guides.dataverse.org/en/latest/installation/config.html?#configuring-your-dataverse-installation-for-dois

Registered service provider: Dataverse Project

dLibra

https://www.pcss.pl

dLibra is the first Polish system for building digital libraries, which has been developed by the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center (PSNC) since 1999. An institution can use dLibra to easily create a repository with a website where it can publish digital objects of various types, described with rich metadata. The dLibra digital library system is a set of tools which make it possible to:

  • store digital objects of various types (for example, scientific articles, reports, guides, HTML pages, PDF documents, audio/video recordings, 3D objects);
  • manage digital objects in a digital library (for example, modify documents, group documents, assign documents to thematic categories, manage users’ rights to documents);
  • share digital objects stored in a library (for example, browse documents through a website, search them, protect them against copying, make them temporarily available);
  • manage a digital library (for example, create digital library user groups, assign rights to users).

dLibra enables creating professional repositories of digital documents and sharing them with other people and systems on the Internet. Data exchange is based on generally accepted standards and protocols such as RSS, RDF, MARC, DublinCore, IIIF or OAI-PMH. Digital repositories based on dLibra offer their users many powerful possibilities such as searching the content of the collected resources, searching bibliographic descriptions using synonyms dictionary, grouping digital publications and navigating their structure or precise and extensive ability to define rules for access to resources.

Documentation:

Registered service provider: Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center

DSpace

https://dspace.lyrasis.org/

DSpace is an open source software platform to create repositories. It enables organizations to:

  • capture and describe digital material using a submission workflow module, or a variety of programmatic ingest options
  • distribute an organisation's digital assets over the web through a search and retrieval system
  • preserve digital assets over the long term.

Documentation: https://wiki.lyrasis.org/display/DSDOC7x/DOI+Digital+Object+Identifier

Registered service providers: The Library Code GmbH; 4Science; Atmire; eScire

EPrints

https://files.eprints.org/

EPrints is an open-source digital repository platform. First developed at the University of Southampton over 20 years ago, EPrints is supported by a community of service providers and open-source contributors.

EPrints is used by both higher education and research institutions, as well as heritage and commercial organisations. As a highly configurable data management system, EPrints is used to hold a wide array of different digital objects, predominantly research outputs, but also educational materials, datasets, software, and multimedia resources.

Documentation:

Registered service provider: CoSector, University of London

Figshare

https://figshare.com/

Figshare is a web-based repository interface designed for academic research data management and research data dissemination. It accepts all file types (with in-browser viewing). Figshare enables academics to upload, share, cite and importantly discover all manner of research outputs with the security of knowing our hosting options and platform support long term preservation of data. In addition to its free service for individuals, Figshare also offers repository solutions for publishers and institutions.

Documentation: https://help.figshare.com/article/how-persistent-is-my-research

Registered service provider: Figshare

Omeka S

https://omeka.org/s/

Omeka S is a next-generation web publishing platform for institutions interested in connecting digital cultural heritage collections with other resources online. Users can create a local network of independently curated exhibits sharing a collaboratively built pool of items and their metadata, including DOIs.

Documentation: DataCite configuration: https://omeka.org/s/docs/user-manual/modules/persistentidentifiers/#datacite-configuration

Registered service provider: Omeka

Open Journal Systems (OJS)

https://pkp.sfu.ca/ojs/

Open Journal Systems (OJS) is a journal management and publishing system that has been developed by the Public Knowledge Project through its federally funded efforts to expand and improve access to research.

Documentation: OJS supports DOIs for issues, articles, galleries and supplementary files: https://docs.pkp.sfu.ca/doi-plugin/en/doi-registration

Registered service provider: eScire

Redivis

https://redivis.com

Redivis is a data platform designed for academic research.

With Redivis, data managers curate rich, version controlled datasets of various security profiles, and distribute these datasets to their research community.

In turn, researchers use Redivis to easily find and understand the data that is relevant to their research, and to perform robust, reproducible analyses within a collaborative and high-performance environment.

Documentation:

Registered service provider: Redivis

Ubiquity

https://ubiquity.pub

Ubiquity provides full publishing infrastructure and services to university presses, and repositories for institutions to enable open communication throughout the entire research lifecycle. Ubiquity repositories run on the open source Hyku (Samvera) codebase, which Ubiquity have extended to add integrations with DataCite for DOI minting, and auto-filling of repository deposit forms.

Documentation: https://github.com/samvera-labs/hyrax-doi

Registered service provider: Ubiquity Press Ltd

CRIS system integrations

Ex Libris Esploro

https://exlibrisgroup.com/products/esploro-research-services-platform/

With Esploro, Clarivate's research information management solution, it is easy to showcase faculty work and find subject matter experts to enhance collaborations, attract talented researchers, and boost the institution’s reputation. Move beyond the traditional repository and maximize the impact of your institution’s research. The Esploro research information hub is a centralized showcase that captures publications, activities and other information. It provides an accurate and comprehensive picture of scholarly work and streamlines research workflows.

Documentation:

Registered service provider: Ex Libris (Part of Clarivate)

OMEGA-PSIR

https://www.omegapsir.io/

OMEGA-PSIR is a fully functional CRIS system. It provides the university management with a complete view of research achievements of the university, and reports the achievements to the national authorities in Poland.

Documentation: Omega-PSIR DataCite documentation: https://omega-psir.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/OM/pages/5133336640/DataCite

Registered service provider: OMEGA-PSIR

Pure

https://www.elsevier.com/solutions/pure

Pure aggregates organization's research information from numerous internal and external sources. It is a centralized system that builds reports, carry out performance assessments, manage researcher profiles, enable research networking and expertise discovery and more.

Registered service provider: Pure (Elsevier)

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