Thanks to the helpful feedback of several journals using OJS we have been able to add new features and implement fixes to the OJS Dataverse plugin. These will be made available with the release of OJS 2.4.6, which is scheduled for late February.
Here is a list of some of the most recent features & fixes for the OJS Dataverse Plugin:
Data citation is updated on the OJS side after releasing a study on the Dataverse side.
Ensure that all deletions/update of Dataverse study files is tracked on the OJS side.
Our team member Alex Garnett, Data Curation & Digital Preservation Specialist, Simon Fraser University has lovingly put together a video demonstration of how the OJS Dataverse plugin works for you to check out:
The Public Knowledge Project is excited to announce the first public release of the Dataverse Network plugin for Open Journal Systems 2.3+. This plugin has been developed by PKP in collaboration with Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science, with support from the Sloan Foundation, and an earlier version was demonstrated at the 2013 PKP conference in Mexico City. It represents the continued improvement of both platforms — OJS’ SWORD library, and Dataverse’s API.
One team member, Eleni Castro (Project Coordinator), will be presenting a general overview of the project and where it currently stands at IASSIST in Cologne, Germany on May 30. The title of the presentation is: "The Dataverse Network and Open Journal Systems Project to...