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Last Updated: Mar 09, 2018     Views: 74

DOI stands for Digital Object Identifier and is a persistent or permanent link assigned to a digital item that points to its location on the Internet. For e.g. many publishers assign a DOI when your article is published and made available electronically. Please refer to our LibGuide for more details.

NUS Libraries provides DOI minting service through DataCite for NUS staff. If your dataset is hosted in ScholarBank@NUS, a DOI will be assigned to it automatically (Click here to deposit your dataset) If not, please refer to the guidelines of DOI minting service provided by NUS Libraries.

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