OpenAIRE Research Graph

Bringing scholarly communication back into the hands of scientists.

Provided by:
OpenAIRE
Scientific domain:
Information Sciences, Generic
Dedicated for:
Researchers, Research organisations, Business, Research group, Providers
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The OpenAIRE Research Graph enables developers to realize services for scholarly communication and research analytics. By using the API, you access the OpenAIRE Graph, a scholarly communication graph, i.e. a digital space where you can find information about objects of the scholarly communication life-cycle (publications, research data, research software, projects, organizations, etc.) and semantic links among them. The service gives access to the OpenAIRE Graph via different protocols (OAI-PMH, HTTP API, SPARQL) to serve developers with different requirements and preferences.

The OpenAIRE Graph is created bi-monthly by:

  • Aggregating metadata from OpenAIRE's European and global network of validated data sources;
  • Enriching metadata by full-text mining and inference: inference results (metadata records and relationships) are included in the graph in the form of a data source;
  • Collecting metadata from end-users via the EXPLORE service: users feedback (metadata records and relationships) is included in the graph in the form of a data source.

The graph is available in production and beta.

Scientific categorisation
Natural Sciences
Generic
  • Natural Sciences
    • Information Sciences
  • Generic
Target users
  • Researchers
  • Research organisations
  • Business
  • Research group
  • Providers
Resource availability and languages
  • English
More about OpenAIRE Research Graph

The EOSC portal is been jointly developed and maintained by the EOSC-hub, eInfraCentral and OpenAIRE-Advance projects funded by the European

Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme with contribution of the European Commission

2018 EOSC Portal