data deposition etc.

Kate McCain MCCAINKW at DUVM.BITNET
Tue Mar 9 19:17:21 EST 1993


 I have followed the discussions on this list since its inception because of
my varios journal-related research interests. The current string is of
particular concern because I am in the middle of a project that examines the
(often newly acquired) roles of scientific & technical journals in mandating
(prescribing, demanding, recommending) the deposition or post-publication
distribution of research-related information. This includes data sets, research
protocols, auxilary result compilations, actual materials, strains & stocks,
etc. I have published on the general topic as observed in genetics, but did
not specifically examine the relationships between authors, journals and
the data depositories like Genbank, EMBL, etc. I must say that the notion of
"fake ID numbers" did not occur to me.

My computer is about to log me off. I would be interested in hearing from
listreaders concerning any other abberations in this information dissemination
process.

Kate McCain
Associate Professor                  "bibliometrics R us"
College of Information Studies
Drexel University

mccainkw at duvm.ocs.drexel.edu



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