ANDS and ORCID - Making the Connection

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A short introduction to the connection between ANDS and ORCID including a demonstration on how to import your datasets from Research Data Australia into your ORCID profile.

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your data your profile you can make the connection you know who you are but to
others who you are and the unique contribution that you make to the academic community can easily be confused with the contribution others make if the only thing identifying you is your name of the over 6 million
authors in a major journal citations and abstracts database over two-thirds of them share the last name in single initial with another author and an ambiguous name in the same database refers to an average eight different people this issue is only going to get
worse as the number and type of contributors and contributions to the scholarly record increases but who cares
about this well we do here at the Australian national data service or ends as do many others including publishers
institutions funders as well as individual researchers as the ends works
towards making australian research data more findable and shareable we need to be able to accurately and unambiguously attribute the correct data to the correct contributor this ensures that credit is given where credit is due and that others who wish to reuse the data can accurately identify the data producers but how do we do this well one
way is by using the open researcher and contributor ID or awkward awkward was started to solve the name ambiguity issue in scholarly communication to quote their website orchid is an open
nonprofit community driven effort to create and maintain a registry of unique research or identifiers and a transparent method of linking research activities and outputs to these identifiers ann's users orchids as one
of the ways to uniquely identify individual contributors to our data discovery portal research data Australia researchers can create their own awkward number or institutions can create orchids for their researchers and
students an awkward profile can contain a list of all a person's academic works plus other identifies in one central location they can easily be updated by the researcher researchers can then attach orchids to the publication's blogs articles CBS reports datasets grant proposals etc so how do we do this
well go to ww our CID org create account for yourself or login if you've already got one and then go to your profile your
profile page when you start will be empty so on the input works button and then click
on the answer national collection registry button authorize the connection
and this will open a new tab in research data Australia the left-hand side does a simple search for your name and returns any data sets that match if you think you may be listed with the variation of your name you can search for that variation here if any of the return data sets of yours you can import them singularly into your awkward profile by clicking the import to awkward button the right hand side lists all data sets
in research data Australia that have as a related party your awkward or the same last name as you if all of these are
yours you can import them all directly into your orkut profile with a single click research data Australia will now
show that you have imported these datasets to or good so let's go back to your orchid profile page refresh it and
hey presto you and your data are linked
so your data your profile and you have made the connection