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CORE had 6 proposals accepted at the Open Repositories 2016 Conference

Nancy Pontika, Monday 04 April 2016 | Annotate

In this year's Open Repositories 2016 Conference, an international conference addressed to the scholarly communications community with a focus on repositories, open access, open data and open science, CORE had 6 items accepted;  1 Paper, 1 Repository Rave presentation, 1 Workshop, 1 Poster and 2 showcases in the Developer Track and Ideas Challenge. In our presentations we will explore topics on semantometrics, text and data mining and the integration of the RIOXX metadata and the IRUS-UK statistics in the CORE Dashboard. In the two developer track sessions we will demonstrate how to freely gather and compare the research performance of universities and how open access publications can be mined from the CORE API respectively. 

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