OpenCitations is an independent not-for-profit infrastructure for open scholarship dedicated to publication of open bibliographic and citation data by the use of Semantic Web technologies. It provides more than one billion citations data which can be reused for any purpose and can be accessed via SPARQL endpoints, REST APIs, and that can be downloaded in bulk.
Lightning talk from OSFAIR2021 "ScholeXplorer and OpenCitations as the new frontier of open citation indexing"
The Lightning Talk "ScholeXplorer and OpenCitations as the new frontier of open citation indexing" is a presentation by Silvio Peroni, co-authored with Paolo Manghi (OpenAIRE), Alessia Bardi (CNR-ISTI), and Sandro La Bruzzo (CNR-ISTI), describing two of the 14 open data services included in the MONITOR portfolio of the OpenAIRE-Nexus project that are used to monitor Open Science, research impact and open citations – the domains of interest of the two services presented.
Workshop on Open Citations and Open Scholarly Metadata 2020
A 3-hour online workshop with invited speakers for researchers, scholarly publishers, funders, policy makers, and open citations advocates, who are interested in creation, reuse, and improvement, of open citation data and open scholarly metadata.
Blogpost authors: Chiara Di Giambattista, Silvio Peroni
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