Q. What is a DOI?


A DOI (Digital Object Identifier) is a unique identifier that has been assigned to a digital/digitized object, such as an article, book chapter, or data setIt creates a permanent link to that content. DOI's are primarily used in the sciences and social sciences. For more information please see our help page on the subject.

  • Last Updated Jul 14, 2016
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