Scott Edmunds - June 22, 2021
Following the publication of a new software citation guide we explain more the practicalities and importance of citing research software.
Chris Hunter - November 26, 2015
After a solid year of behind-the-scenes efforts, the latest version of our GigaDB database rolled out last month. While superficially it may not look that different, a lot has changed under the hood. To explain more our Lead Curator Chris Hunter talks through some of the main feature changes.
Scott Edmunds - May 14, 2014
The Latest Weapon in Publishing Data is the Polar Bear genome, demonstrating that data citation is possible by the big publishers such as Cell Press
Scott Edmunds - April 23, 2014
Today we have a guest posting from F1000’s Iain Hrynaszkiewicz covering the topic of journals role in medical data sharing
Scott Edmunds - February 28, 2014
Endorsing data citation at the Data Citation Principles workshop at the IDCC meeting in San Francisco and new data and functionality in GigaDB
Scott Edmunds - May 9, 2013
The difficulties sharing neuroscience data, and demonstrating data publishing can help address the credit issue to fill the data gaps
Scott Edmunds - December 27, 2012
Our new paper on the SOAPdenovo2 genome assembly tool shows how our open peer review system works, adding transparency to scientific publishing
Scott Edmunds - December 21, 2012
A brief history of data citation, and an overview of our battles getting DOIs cited in the references of a number of journals.
Scott Edmunds - October 17, 2012
The worm that turned (epigenetics) GigaDB, GigaScience’s associated database, has had a number of new datasets just added, many for data types previously not hosted. Today marks the publication of new research in our sister BMC journal Genome Biology shaking up the epigenetics field by shattering the assumption that DNA methylation is absent in nematodes. […]
Scott Edmunds - June 29, 2012
Lessons From the “Data Publication Spring”:, a write up of the DataCite Summer 2012 meeting in Copenhagen.