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07 - Minipresentations on current citation practices in journals and subfields

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Title:07 - Minipresentations on current citation practices in journals and subfields
Authors:Ameka, Felix
Rice, Keren
Thieberger, Nicholas
Dubinsky, Stanley
Legate, Julie Anne
Keywords:data citation
Date Issued:23 Sep 2015
Description:Editors of linguistic journals representing a range of subfields assess: 1) the kinds of data used by their authors; 2) their respective publication's existing data citation standard; 3) expectations for data citation in their publication's subfield; 4) barriers to implementing data citation standards in both the journal and the subfield; and 5) the benefits of implementing such standards. Presented at the first workshop on Developing Standards for Data Citation and Attribution for Reproducible Research in Linguistics, held at the University of Colorado at Boulder from 09/18/15-09/20/15.
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Appears in Collections: Presentations from the 1st Workshop on Data Citation and Attribution in Linguistics, 18-20 September 2015, Boulder, CO

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