RRID

SciCrunch is a collaboratively edited knowledge base about scientific resources, a community portal for researchers and a content management system for data and databases. It is intended to provide a common source of data to the research community and the data about Research Resource Identifiers (RRIDs), which can be used in scientific publications. In some respect, it is for science and scholarly publishing, what Wikidata is for Wikimedia Foundation projects. Hosted by the University of California, San Diego, SciCrunch was also designed to help communities of researchers create their own portals to provide access to resources, databases and tools of relevance to their research areas [1]

Research Resource Identifiers

Research Resource Identifiers (RRID) are supposed to be resource identifiers which are globally unique and persistent.[2]They were introduced and are promoted by the Resource Identification Initiative.[2] Resources in this context are research resources like reagents, tools or materials.[2][3] An example for such a resource would be a cell line used in an experiment. The Resource Identification Portal (https://scicrunch.org/resources) was created in support of this initiative and is a central service where these identifiers can be searched and created.[2][4]

Format for RRID citations

The recommendation for citing research resources is shown below for key biological resources:

  • Antibody: Millipore Cat# MAB377 (Lot) RRID:AB_2298772
  • Model organism: NXR Cat# 1.0049, RRID:NXR_1.0049
  • Cell line: Coriell Cat# GM03745, RRID:CVCL_1H60
  • Tools: CellProfiler Image Analysis Software, (version or date) RRID:SCR_007358

The Resource Identification Portal lists existing RRIDs and instructions for creating a new one if an RRID matching the resource does not already exist.

Institutions and publishers recommending use of RRIDs

A number of publishing houses, initiatives and research institutions encourage using SciCrunch's RRIDs:

See also

External links

References

  1. ^ Jeffrey, Grethe; Anita, Bandrowski; Davis, Banks; Christopher, Condit; Amarnath, Gupta; Stephen, Larson; Yueling, Li; Ibrahim, Ozyurt; Andrea, Stagg; Patricia, Whetzel; Luis, Marenco; Perry, Miller; Rixin, Wang; Gordon, Shepherd; Maryann, Martone (2014). "SciCrunch: A cooperative and collaborative data and resource discovery platform for scientific communities". Frontiers in Neuroinformatics. 8. doi:10.3389/conf.fninf.2014.18.00069. 
  2. ^ a b c d Bandrowski, Anita; Brush, Matthew; Grethe, Jeffery S.; Haendel, Melissa A.; Kennedy, David N.; Hill, Sean; Hof, Patrick R.; Martone, Maryann E.; Pols, Maaike; Tan, Serena; Washington, Nicole; Zudilova-Seinstra, Elena; Vasilevsky, Nicole; additional authors are the members of the Resource Identification Initiative (https://www.force11.org/node/4463/members) (19 November 2015). "The Resource Identification Initiative: A cultural shift in publishing". F1000Research. 2. 4 (134). doi:10.12688/f1000research.6555.2. PMC 4648211Freely accessible. PMID 26594330. 
  3. ^ "What is a Resource?". scicrunch.org. SciCrunch. Retrieved 2018. 
  4. ^ "Resource Identification Portal". scicrunch.org. SciCrunch. Retrieved 2018. 
  5. ^ "Researchers argue for common format". 
  6. ^ "Cell Press: Neuron". www.cell.com. 
  7. ^ "eLife joins the Resource Identification Initiative". 
  8. ^ "Resource Identification Initiative". FORCE11. Retrieved 2016. 
  9. ^ "Frontiers Author Guidelines". Frontiers. Retrieved 2016. 
  10. ^ "identifiers.org". Data collection: RRID. Retrieved 2016. 
  11. ^ "NIDA supports SciCrunch and RRIDs in making research resources visible in science". FORCE11. Retrieved 2016. 
  12. ^ "Introducing the Research Resource Identification Initiative at PLOS Biology & PLOS Genetics". PLOS Biologue. Retrieved 2016. 

Know More About SciCrunch and RRIDs: An Interview with Dr. Anita Bandrowski


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