Step 3: Add metadata to your folder
Step 4: Submit the request for the DOI
5: Wait for CyVerse validation checks
After submitting your request, a CyVerse Curated Data curator begins validating your dataset, metadata, and overall configuration of your dataset. Validations are based solely on the required DOI metadata and folder-naming conventions, as well as its potential utility to the CyVerse and larger scientific community—not the quality of your data.
To check the status of your request, click at the top right of the DE screen. For more information on using notifications in the DE, see Viewing and Deleting Notifications.
Requesting an ARK
The process for issuing ARKs is not yet automated, but if you need one or more ARKs, please contact us at .CyVerse will no longer offer ARKs, starting in April 2018.
Getting your dataset noticed
Metadata, the description about your data, is key to getting your dataset noticed in the world wide web. Search engines and bibliographic aggregators index the metadata that you create to obtain a DOI. Thus, it is important that you do the following:
Publicizing your dataset
There are several ways to publicize your dataset: