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The Digital Object Identifier is a static electronic address that typically links journal articles and datasets to their original publication page.

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Mapping between JSTOR stable ids and DOIs for Publications of the Royal Society of London

Is there a mapping between the DOIs used by the Royal Society of London and the Stable URLs provided by JSTOR? I am looking specially for the publications of the Royal Society of London (...
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Given a DOI pointing to a resource, how can I programmatically know whether the access to the resource is free of charge?

Given a DOI pointing to a resource, how can I programmatically know whether the access to the resource is free of charge? E.g., if the DOI points to a research paper, how to programmatically know ...
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Can we use the DDL as a data repository for reference in publications with DOI?

In cases where journals require us to share a DOI or URL link to a stable public access data repository, can the DDL be used, and how? The DOI or URL for this purpose may be intended to link a ...
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Persistent publishing of data. My nations DataCite does not cover my field; alternatives?

I want to make my geophysical dataset available for all humanity for all future. Until now, I'd put the data on our institutes' FTP server and write the link in the academic article I'm publishing. ...
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How to use the DOI system as an individual?

Is anyone aware of a way for an individual developer to access the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) system? I am a software developer working in biological research but independent of any single ...