Version 0.7.0 - Pre-beta
We are aiming to enter Beta test soon. Please contact us if you want to participate.
Event Data has not yet launched. Until then, the service described here may not be feature-complete. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or feedback.
Welcome to the Crossref Event Data User Guide. It contains everything you need to know about Crossref Event Data (and probably a little more), from a high-level overview down to the details in-depth. This guide is suitable for everyone. Hopefully it will provide everything from a gentle introduction right down to the the tiny details. Read the chapters of this guide in order for a complete tour of CED.
If you want to use CED for whatever reason, you are strongly encouraged to read the entire guide. CED is an open, flexible service that gathers data from a range of sources. It's important that you understand where the data comes from, how it's processed, and what you should bear in in mind when using it.
Once you have got an understanding for CED, follow the Getting Started guide to piece it all together.
Click the 'Next' button at the bottom of this page to get started...
|18-April-2016||0.1||Joe Wass email@example.com||Initial MVP release|
|19-April-2016||0.2||Joe Wass firstname.lastname@example.org||Add 'Contributing to Event Data'|
|16-August-2016||0.3||Joe Wass email@example.com||Remove Relations & Deposits, update new Query API|
|08-September-2016||0.4||Joe Wass firstname.lastname@example.org||Complete rewrite using new concepts and components|
|27-September-2016||0.5||Joe Wass email@example.com||Updated Evidence Record information|
|09-November-2016||0.5.1||Joe Wass firstname.lastname@example.org||Adjusted query API syntax|
|22-Feb-2017||0.6.1||Joe Wass email@example.com||Pre-beta adjustments. Reflects major refactor of services.|
|09-Mar-2017||0.7.0||Joe Wass firstname.lastname@example.org||Complete review of all documentation. Most of it overhauled.|