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U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science
Office of Scientific and Technical Information

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We hope you enjoy Issue 6 of the Newsletter.

Thanks to the DOE Scientific and Technical Information Program (STIP) and the E-Link system that OSTI manages, the road has been paved for the Department of Energy (DOE) to quickly implement public access to scholarly publications resulting from DOE funding. Read about it in this issue of the Newsletter. In addition, learn about OSTI’s capability to provide customized tools and services on a cost-reimbursable basis; how the DOE Data Explorer has been retooled; how the OSTI Data ID Service works; and much more in Issue 6 of the newsletter.


Issue Contents


October/November 2013

·         Enhanced E-Link plus STIP Create Strong Foundation for Upcoming DOE Public Access Gateway

·         What is ORCID?

·         Statistically Speaking – SciTech Connect Journal Article Citations

·         DOE Data Explorer Retooled

·         OSTI Offers Data ID Service as Agent for DataCite

·         OpenNet Spotlights the Manhattan Project– and OSTI’s Work-for-Others Capabilities

·         Meet Lorrie Johnson

·         Search Tip: Federated Search Source Status

·         DOE Science Showcase – Bayesian Inference

The Department of Energy conducts more than $10 billion a year in research and development. The DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) helps ensure a return on these DOE investments by collecting, preserving and disseminating DOE-sponsored R&D results.

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