The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship

Matrix of the Commons

Modified: Thu, 26 May 2022 13:49:35 +0000
Published: 26 May 2022

The Matrix of the Commons provides an accounting for all scholarly objects and entities within the commons and provides links to information and materials ensure that that they are Open, FAIR and Citable.  For each object, we are aiming to create a decision tree that helps guide individuals and organizations towards best practices for commons compliance.  


TypeObjectOpenFAIRCitableIdentifierGoverning principles/documents
 Research objects      
  Protocols   DOI 
  Journal articlesX  DOI

 O:  Budapest Open Access Initiative 

  Books or monographs   ISBN O:  Budapest Open Access Initiative 
  Book chapters   DOI  O:  Budapest Open Access Initiative 
  Peer reviews     O: Open peer review oath
  Annotations     O, F:  Annotating All Knowledge
  DataXX DOI and others O: Denton Declaration; F:  FAIR Data Principles;  C:  Joint Declaration of Data Citation Principles
  Software tools & codeX  DOI, RRID O, F:  Open Source Definition; Software manifesto, Open Software Definition     C: Software Citation Principles
  Grant ProposalsX   
  People   ORCID 
  Organizations   GRID 
  Working Group     
  Project   RRID 
  Grants    Grant #'s 
  IRB forms/Animal    Protocols     
  Decision trees   DOI 
  Publishers  (Repositories)XXXRRID O:  Principles for Open Scholarly Infrastructures; F:  FAIR Data Principles;   C:  Joint Declaration of Data Citation Principles
  Infrastructure     O:  Principles for Open Scholarly Infrastructures
  Journals   ISSN 
  Instruments     O: GOSH open hardware initiative
  Physical samples   IGSN  
  Reagents   RRIDs 


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