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How publishers can work with Crossref on data citation
Rachael Lammey
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.6087/kcse.165

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How Asian publishers can compete with publishers in Europe and North America
Science Editing. 2018;5(1):73-75   Crossref logo
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A data citation roadmap for scientific publishers
Scientific Data. 2018;5(1):   Crossref logo
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How can publishers help printers?
Learned Publishing. 1993;6(1):7-9   Crossref logo
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Conducting secondary analysis of qualitative data: Should we, can we, and how?
Qualitative Social Work. 2017;18(1):81-97   Crossref logo
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Is informal data citation for data sharing and re-use more common than formal data citation?
Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 2017;54(1):768-769   Crossref logo
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Should publishers work with library discovery technologies and what can they do?
Learned Publishing. 2016;30(1):71-80   Crossref logo
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Data citation needed
Scientific Data. 2019;6(1):   Crossref logo
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CrossRef tools for small publishers
Science Editing. 2015;2(2):79-85   Crossref logo
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How much improvement can precipitation data fusion achieve with a Multiscale Kalman Smoother-based framework?
Water Resources Research. 2011;47(3):   Crossref logo
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Can electronic journal usage data replace citation data as a measure of journal use? An empirical examination
The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2006;32(5):512-517   Crossref logo
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