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This is the ESIP Wiki start page. A quick guide to navigating the front page and getting started on the ESIP wiki. The wiki is the day-to-day workspace of the ESIP Federation.
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This is the test page for the "Best Practices for data Publication"
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- a successor of the Editor's Roundtable
  
== About ESIP ==  
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== Statement of work ==  
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"Best Practices for data Publication" is an effort to facilitate and foster communication and knowledge exchange among editors and publishers of Earth Science journals and Earth Science data facilities with the goal to develop, implement, and promote guidelines and best practices for scholarly publishing with particular emphasis on the publication of data in support of open access policies.
  
== Create an Account ==
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== The “best practices” will include standards for: ==
# To create an account, click the login/register button.
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# Archiving and curating data sets;
# Create a user name and password
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# Setting references and identifiers;
# Verify your email address
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# Linking them to publications;
# Login
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# Integrating with emerging data citation practices and bibliometrics for data;
 
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# Complying with interoperability standards.
Note: The ESIP wiki is integrated with our other ESIP Drupal web assets. This allows you to login and contribute to:
 
* ESIPFed - http://esipfed.org
 
* ESIP Commons - http://commons.esipfed.org
 
* Testbed - http://testbed.esipfed.org
 
 
 
=== Troubleshooting Login ===
 
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Revision as of 15:18, September 3, 2014

This is the test page for the "Best Practices for data Publication" - a successor of the Editor's Roundtable

Statement of work

"Best Practices for data Publication" is an effort to facilitate and foster communication and knowledge exchange among editors and publishers of Earth Science journals and Earth Science data facilities with the goal to develop, implement, and promote guidelines and best practices for scholarly publishing with particular emphasis on the publication of data in support of open access policies.

The “best practices” will include standards for:

  1. Archiving and curating data sets;
  2. Setting references and identifiers;
  3. Linking them to publications;
  4. Integrating with emerging data citation practices and bibliometrics for data;
  5. Complying with interoperability standards.