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ER&L 2014

March 16–19, 2014

Austin, Texas

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CrossRef's Text & Data Mining Service

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 3:10 PM–3:55 PM CDT
Salon D/E
Conference Track

1. Managing e-Resources & Licensing


Text & Data Mining, Metadata, Licensing, APIs

Learning Objectives

Following this session, participants will be able to understand some of the issues surrounding text and data-mining for both publishers and researchers, and see how CrossRef's text and data-mining service can help alleviate these issues and how researchers can make use of it. 


Researchers are increasingly interested in text and data mining scholarly content. This poses technical problems for scholarly researchers and publishers. All parties would benefit from support of standard APIs and data representations ito enable TDM across open access and subscription-based publishers, and this is what CrossRef is aiming to provide. 


Rachael Lammey, CrossRef