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Push researchers towards Dataverse Creation and Dataset Linking from Journal Acceptance Notifications #5874

djbrooke opened this issue May 22, 2019 · 1 comment


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commented May 22, 2019

This is an attempt to combine what's in #5493, #5851, and #5852 into a single issue. I think I pushed to have that broken down too small and it's resulted in some uncertainty about the flow. There's some background discussion in the other issues. Generally, the steps for this will be:

  • Update the text of the journal acceptance notification to mention the benefits of having a dataverse
  • In the text, add a link for "Click here to add this dataset to your dataverse." This link will lead to the dataset page with the existing link popup presented and the person will go through the regular linking flow.
  • In the text, add a link for "Click here to create a dataverse and link this dataset to it." This link will go to a dataverse create page with as many fields default-populated as possible, and when the dataverse is created the dataset is linked to automatically.

There are some details here to be figured out:

  • what logic do we use to decide what text and link to display?
  • how do we figure out if someone has a dataverse or not?
  • what fields are OK to pre-populate?
  • what if someone has more than one dataverse?

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commented Jun 3, 2019

Reviewed proposed flow document with the team, and revised to incorporate feedback. The resulting flow feels a little convoluted, so I am pulling this back to design.

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