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Disambiguating proposal, project, and report titles


Currently it seems that proposals and reports receive the same title as the project. This leads to 3 DOIs (proposal, report, and project) with the same title.

One option would be to automatically (pre/a)ppend the category. For example, see how F1000 appends version info to titles [1, 2]. Perhaps something similar, but for titles, could be done for Thinklab?

Update: It looks like F1000Research doesn't include their version stamps in DOI metadata, but does so on their website. For example [2]:

iCTNet2: integrating heterogeneous biological interactions to understand complex traits [version 2; referees: 2 approved].

For example, our project [1] is titled "Repurposing drugs on a hetnet" and hence so is the proposal [2]. You could imagine:

  • Repurposing drugs on a hetnet [project]
  • Repurposing drugs on a hetnet [proposal]
  • Repurposing drugs on a hetnet [report]

And if versioned citation gets enabled for reports and proposals, which I think is an important feature, you could have:

  • Repurposing drugs on a hetnet [proposal version 1]
  • Repurposing drugs on a hetnet [report version 2]

We've appended [idea], [proposal], [report], or [project] as you suggested.

 
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Daniel Himmelstein, Jesse Spaulding (2016) Disambiguating proposal, project, and report titles. Thinklab. doi:10.15363/thinklab.d192
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