Commit 91e387d2 authored by Willi Rath's avatar Willi Rath

Merge branch 'develop' into 'master'

Add an easy way to properly credit original creators

See merge request !64
parents 7e87636c 6e6aab2d
......@@ -351,10 +351,21 @@ class ReadmeRenderer(Renderer):
# {{repo_name}}
People: {{people}}
**Note:** *This dataset is just a mirror of an external source.
Please make sure to properly credit the original creators of the data
set just as you would do if you'd obtained the data directly from
## People who might now
To learn more, you can ask the following people:
## Known problems
- Open and closed issues are here:
......@@ -395,6 +406,15 @@ class ReadmeRenderer(Renderer):
def __init__(self, yaml_dict=None, *args, **kwargs):
"""Add credentials file info but use super's init otherwise."""
yaml_dict = self._maybe_include_credentials(yaml_dict)
yaml_dict = self._maybe_include_acknowledgements(yaml_dict)
yaml_dict = self._maybe_include_citations(yaml_dict)
super(ReadmeRenderer, self).__init__(yaml_dict=yaml_dict, *args,
def _maybe_include_credentials(yaml_dict):
if "credential_files" not in yaml_dict:
yaml_dict["maybe_credentials"] = ""
......@@ -404,9 +424,42 @@ class ReadmeRenderer(Renderer):
"- \"{}\"".format(el)
for el in yaml_dict["credential_files"]))
yaml_dict["maybe_credentials"] = textwrap.dedent(cred_string)
return yaml_dict
super(ReadmeRenderer, self).__init__(yaml_dict=yaml_dict, *args,
def _maybe_include_acknowledgements(yaml_dict):
if "acknowledgements" not in yaml_dict:
yaml_dict["maybe_acknowledgements"] = ""
ack_string = """\
## How to acknowledge the original data set?
Please consider to include the following in the
acknowledgements of any manuscript that uses the data:
> {acknowledgements}
yaml_dict["maybe_acknowledgements"] = textwrap.dedent(
return yaml_dict
def _maybe_include_citations(yaml_dict):
if ("citations" not in yaml_dict or
len(yaml_dict["citations"]) == 0):
yaml_dict["maybe_citations"] = ""
cite_string = textwrap.dedent("""\
## How to cite the data set?
The following references provide details about the data
for ct in yaml_dict["citations"]:
cite_string += "\n- {text}, doi:{doi}\n".format(**ct)
yaml_dict["maybe_citations"] = textwrap.dedent(cite_string)
return yaml_dict
def _make_file_executable(file_name):
......@@ -25,6 +25,18 @@ repo_description: |
asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf
asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf asdf
acknowledgements: |
The TEST_REPO data was provided by EXAMPLE.COM.
- text: Doe, J., J. Doe, A new TEST dataset, J. Alchemy,
doi:12.345/987654asdf11, 2017
doi: 12.345/987654asdf11
- text: Doe, J., J. Doe, An old TEST dataset, J. Alchemy,
doi:12.345/987654asdf10, 2011
doi: 12.345/987654asdf10
prefixes: data doc
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