Commit 15f2ecb4 authored by GOETZ Andrew's avatar GOETZ Andrew

more changes to the welcome page

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<h1 class="font-3p2rem">About the portal</h1>
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This page centralizes the DOI services offered by the ESRF to access data stored at the facility as part of its data policy.
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<li>DOI search engine</li>
<li>Data catalogue <a href="https://icat.esrf.fr" target="_blank"> icat.esrf.fr</a></li>
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This page centralizes the <a href="http://www.esrf.eu/home/UsersAndScience/UserGuide/esrf-data-policy/doi.html" target="_blank"> DOI</a> services offered by the ESRF to access data stored at the facility as part of its data policy.
Data are accessed via the data catalogue <a href="https://icat.esrf.fr" target="_blank"> icat.esrf.fr</a>.
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<h1 class="font-3p2rem">About DOI </h1>
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The Digital Object Identifier (<a href="https://www.doi.org/">DOI</a>) is a code composed of digits and characters. It identifies data in a
unique and perennial way thereby allowing data to be referenced worldwide. The DOI has two parts, namely the DOI prefix
and the DOI suffix separated by a slash ("/") as depicted below :
The Digital Object Identifier (<a href="http://www.esrf.eu/home/UsersAndScience/UserGuide/esrf-data-policy/doi.html">DOI</a>) is a code composed of digits and characters. It identifies data in a
unique and permanent way thereby allowing data to be referenced worldwide. The DOI has two parts, namely the DOI prefix
and the DOI suffix separated by a slash ("/"). The ESRF prefix is 10.15151 followed by a slash and the ESRF prefix. Currently the following prefix(es) are defined:
  • @andy.gotz there seems to be a mix between suffix and prefix. I would write : The ESRF prefix is 10.15151 followed by a slash and the ESRF suffix. Currently the following suffix(es) are defined:

    Edited by Maxime Chaillet
  • I don't see the difference ...

  • My fault - I did not see you wrote suffix instead of prefix ...

    Done!

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ESRF-ES - for a session at the ESRF
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Refer to the <a href="http://www.esrf.eu/home/UsersAndScience/UserGuide/esrf-data-policy/doi/doi---concepts.html">DOI concepts</a> page to find out what a session is
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