Below you learn how to make connections to systems that are able to
Below you will find several options to add publications from different sources into your ORCiD-record.
You have a ScopusID and want your publications imported in ORCiD or PURE.
The library does currently does not have a Scopus license, therefore this will not work, unless you can use a license from someone else.
Select the green “Add new” button
Select “Import from Scopus”
And fill in your ORCiD number.
You have a WOS Researcher ID, and want to exchange your publications between ORCiD and your Researcher ID account on Web of Science. [information is reused from http://wokinfo.com/researcherid/integration/ ]
1. When logged in to your ORCiD account: Add works, and select Search & Link
2. Select Researcher ID
3. Grant Web of Science to access your ORCiD
4. Login with your Researcher ID credentials to make the connection
You have a Google Scholar Citations profile and want your publications imported in ORCiD or PURE.
First you need to export your publication list from Google Scholar, then you have to import this list in to ORCiD. (It would be easier to link the two profiles, but that depends on partnership negotiations.)
1. Export from your Google Scholar Citation Profile
a. Visit http://scholar.google.com and click My Citations at the top of the page. Sign in to your account, if prompted.
b. On your My Citations page, select articles to export by clicking the checkbox beside each article. To select all articles in your My Citations list, click the checkbox at the top of the list.
c. Once you have selected the articles you'd like to export, click the Export button, then choose BibTeX.
d. In the dialog box that appears, click the Save button to save the file to your computer. (Note: Depending on your operating system, your screen may look different from the image below
2. Import to ORCiD
To import a list of publications saved in a BibTeX (.bib) file into your ORCID record:
a. Log into your ORCID record at http://orcid.org/signin
b. In Works section of your record go to Add works then Import BibTeX.
c. In the view that opens, click Choose File
d. When your computer's file browser opens, select a BibTeX (.bib) file from your computer and click open. (Note: Depending on your operating system, your screen may look different from the image below)
e. The publications from the file will appear in a list with Save/Delete icons beside them:
Important! Your import is not complete until you have saved each of the publications that you wish to add to your ORCiD record.
I. To Save a citation to your record, click the Save icon. You will be prompted to edit the citation; after making any needed changes, click Add to List to save the citation to your ORCID record.
II. To Delete a citation from the import list, click the Delete (trash can) icon.
III. To Cancel the entire import, click the Cancel button above the list of citations.
[information reused from http://support.orcid.org/knowledgebase/articles/390530-import-works-from-bibtex-files ]
When you have published article at a publisher that uses DOI to identify publications, and you want all your publications with a DOI added the moment your publication is published.
1. Add works, and select Search & Link
2. Select Crossref Metadata Search
3. Give Crossref permission to add work you claim to be yours.
Select your work (based on searching your name), and add to your profile.
You have a ResearchGate profile and want your publications imported in ORCiD or PURE.
First you need to export your publication list from ResearchGate, then you have to import this list in to ORCiD or PURE. (It would be easier to link the two profiles, but that depends on partnership negotiations.)
Unfortunately, there is not an easy way for you to export your publications in ResearchGate, since you cannot bookmark your own publications. The only known work-around is lengthy, requiring someone else and converting file types.
Follow the following steps:
1. Export from ResearchGate
a.Somebody else (maybe the you colleague) can go to your profile,
b.Your colleague clicks on VIEW ALL, then bookmarks all your publications (or just those that you need)
c. Next, your colleague goes to ‘Publications’, and find your bookmarks; go to the bottom of the page and
d. Choose Export as XML file
2. Convert Export file
a.This XML file cannot be imported directly into PURE, but using Zotero or Mendeley you can convert the XML file to a RIS file.
I.For Zotero desktop simply import the xml file.
II.For Mendeley desktop,:
3. Import to ORCiD or PURE
a. Use the RIS file to import in your target tool, eg. ORCiD or PURE.
[info reused from https://www.quora.com/unanswered/How-can-I-EXPORT-publications-from-ResearchGate ]
If you have a Mendeley account and want to exchange publications with ORCiD.
(!) On may 2016 this service has been taken offline
Go to http://m2id.org/ and login with both your Mendeley and ORCiD credentials.
Below you will find several options to add data, affiliation, alternative log, funding grant from different sources into your ORCiD-record
Linking your ORCiD account with VUnetID makes it easy for you to login with our own institutional account. And it saves you time logging in when you are already logged in with your VUnetID in for example VUnet or PURE. Also when you link with your institutional id you get become a ‘verified academic’, because logging in with an academic account proves you have a working relation at an academic institution.
Explaining how to easily add work, affiliation name and other author id in batches using PURE’s publication checks.
You can skip this step if you already have registered via PURE.
Login to PURE with VUnetID
Go to edit personal page
Sign in with your existing ORCiD credentials
You have been granted funding and want to put grant information in ORCiD
You have datasets published with a DOI in one of these Data Repositories, and you want to import them in ORCiD, using DataCite.
1. Add works, and select Search & Link
2. Select DataCite
NARCIS is dé nationale portal voor wie informatie zoekt over wetenschappers en hun werk. Naast wetenschappers maken ook studenten, journalisten en medewerkers binnen onderwijs, overheid en het bedrijfsleven gebruik van NARCIS.
NARCIS biedt toegang tot wetenschappelijke informatie waaronder (open access) publicaties afkomstig uit de repositories van alle Nederlandse universiteiten, KNAW, NWO en diverse wetenschappelijke instellingen, datasets van een aantal data-archieven, alsmede beschrijvingen van onderzoeksprojecten, onderzoekers en onderzoeksinstituten.
Dit houdt in dat NARCIS (nog) niet gebruikt kan worden als ingang tot complete overzichten van publicaties van onderzoekers. Er zijn echter steeds meer instellingen die al hun wetenschappelijke publicaties via NARCIS toegankelijk maken. Op deze wijze kunnen de publicatielijsten van de wetenschappers zo compleet mogelijk worden gemaakt.
In 2004 is de ontwikkeling van NARCIS gestart als een samenwerkingsproject van KNAW Onderzoek Informatie, NWO, VSNU en METIS in het kader van de dienstenontwikkeling binnen het DARE-programma van SURFfoundation. Dit project heeft de portal NARCIS verwezenlijkt, waarin in januari 2007 de dienst DAREnet is geïncorporeerd. Sinds 2011 is NARCIS een dienst van DANS.
National Academic Research and Collaborations Information System
NARCIS is the main national portal for those looking for information about researchers and their work. Besides researchers, NARCIS is also used by students, journalists and people working in educational and government institutions as well as the business sector.
NARCIS provides access to scientific information, including (open access) publications from the repositories of all the Dutch universities, KNAW, NWO and a number of research institutes, datasets from some data archives as well as descriptions of research projects, researchers and research institutes.
This means that NARCIS cannot be used as an entry point to access complete overviews of publications of researchers (yet). However, there are more institutions that make all their scientific publications accessible via NARCIS. By doing so, it will become possible to create much more complete publication lists of researchers.
In 2004, the development of NARCIS started as a cooperation project of KNAW Research Information, NWO, VSNU and METIS, as part of the development of services within the DARE programme of SURFfoundation. This project resulted in the NARCIS portal, in which the DAREnet service was incorporated in January 2007. NARCIS has been part of DANS since 2011.