We are excited to introduce a new 2021 workshop series for editors and other COPDESS stakeholders that focuses on relevant developments in data and software.
1) COPDESS Workshop: The Intersection of the Data Repository and Journal Workflow — Coordination of Data Preservation with the Paper Peer-Review Process
12 April 16:00 – 18:00 EDT, 20:00 – 22:00 UTC
COPDESS Workshop Co-Chairs:
- Danie Kinkade, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (bio)
- Lesley Wyborn, National Computational Infrastructure (bio)
- Shelley Stall, American Geophysical Union (bio)
Objective: Discuss the detailed workflow between the journal, author, and repository that identifies the activities necessary for both processes to move forward in a more coordinated way. The co-chairs will share the current progress on the use case where data are submitted for preservation at or near the same time as the paper is submitted to a journal that will cite the data.
The co-chairs seek feedback from both journal and repository communities that will lead to recommendations for better transparency and coordination across both processes.
The co-chairs have presented this work for discussion at prior workshops at the Research Data Alliance and the Earth Science Information Partners.
2) COPDESS Workshop: Overview of the Software Citation Guidance for Authors and Journals by the FORCE11 Software Citation Implementation Working Group
17 May 15:00-16:30 EDT, 19:00 – 20:30 UTC
COPDESS Workshop Co-Chairs:
- Daniel S. Katz, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, National Center for Supercomputing Applications (bio)
- Neil Chue Hong, Software Sustainability Institute / University of Edinburgh (bio)
- Ankur Desai, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Dept of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences / Editor for JGR Biogeosciences / AMS Scientific and Technological Activities Commission (STAC) Commissioner (bio)
- Melissa Harrison, Head of Production Operations at eLife / Chair of JATS4R / Member of Board of Directors of Crossref (bio)
- August Muench, Data Editor for the Journals of the American Astronomical Society / Member of Asclepias Project team. (bio)
- Moderator: Shelley Stall, Sr. Director of Data Leadership at the American Geophysical Union (bio)
Objective: Learn about the work of the FORCE11 Working Group to develop best practices for authors and journals for software citation.
Citing software is developing as a common practice. Journals and editors need consistent guidance to provide authors. The co-chairs will discuss the types of software citation, challenges, and recommended approaches. Our panelists will share their own experiences around software citation followed by a discussion.
3) COPDESS Workshop: Rubric for Models and Model Data — Best Practices for Preservation and Replicability
28 May 10:00 – 11:30 EDT, 14:00 – 15:30 UTC
COPDESS Workshop Co-Chairs
- Stephen M. Griffies, NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Princeton University, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (JAMES) (bio)
Objective: Learn about the work of the RCN for Model Data to develop a rubric for Models and Model Data to establish best practices for preservation and replicability.
A common question about research efforts that use models and simulation is “what must be included as digital objects cited in the paper for publication?” The co-chairs will describe the process used to develop the rubric and give an introduction for how it might be applied by journal editors to guide their authors.