I would like to know if it is possible for the “source” metadata to be displayed on the article page.
The description of this metadata is, “The source may be an ID, such as a DOI, of another work or resource from which the submission is derived.”
For example, OJS 3.3.0-9
Thanks for your post. I’m not quite sure I follow what you mean - can you elaborate, perhaps with screenshots demonstrating the metadata that you’d like to be displayed and where exactly you’d like to see it?
In OJS there is a metadata called “Source”. This metadata seemed to me the right one to place the link to the primary research data of the article, which usually would be a link to a dspace repository with handle. Why I make this conclusion? because of the description of the metadata in the OJS that I placed in the post.
The problem is that when this metadata is filled in it is not visible on the article page. Which by the way you activate it in Workflow - Metadata, I am going to place the capture of the metadata in question.
My question is: Is it possible that this metadata is displayed on the article page once the article is published?
Thanks for elaborating - I understand your idea better now. I think currently, what is displayed is the metadata for the article itself. To include this additional metadata might require some additional custom coding as I don’t think it’s really made prominent in the manner you have described. I will check with our developers on this to see if they can provide more comments.
“Source” is probably not the correct metadata for that. This is usually when a work is derived from another work, for example a translation.
In 3.4, we are adding a metadata field called the Data Availability Statement. This will be more appropriate for linking to primary research data. Information about the work done on this is here: Inclusion of Data Availability Statement as submission metadata · Issue #8290 · pkp/pkp-lib · GitHub