Guides for OpenAIRE services
EXPLORE - How to report your publication and data to the EC
What it is
Linking is a functionality provided by OpenAIRE, in order to link research results with a project, a research community or other research results and make the new information available in OpenAIRE information Space.
OpenAIRE is the authoritative source to the European Commission for H2020 projects, so deposit once and OpenAIRE will facilitate the posting of your publications and they will automatically appear in the EC Research Participant Portal (SygMa).
How can I use it?
Let's EXPLORE OpenAIRE
1. Find your project
1.1. In the Search menu, look up for “Projects”
1.2. Write the Grant Agreement number or the Name of the Project or the Acronym of the Project
Landing page of the project
2. Find your publications
For every project landing page in OpenAIRE Portal there’s a set of tools where you can:
- Check if your publications are all identified and related,
Ensure Open Access to the deposited publication.
An embargo of six months (or 12 months for the social sciences and humanities) is acceptable.
What it does
When you are at the Participant Portal, and if you follow the previous steps, all your work is done!
In Participant Portal you can log in and curate your publications list:
- The one’s suggested by OpenAIRE
- The one’s you’ve already uploaded
Reporting made easy with OpenAIRE:
- Deposit once and OpenAIRE will facilitate the posting of your publications on your project website, CORDIS and European Commission Research Participant Portal! and your publications will automatically appear in the EC Research Participant Portal (SygMa).
- OpenAIRE can apply cleaning, transformation, disambiguation processes, and identify relationships among all research entities: publications, data, software, projects.
- When you publish or deposit in Open Access you should use a fully OpenAIRE compatible repository. If you don't, use OpenAIRE linking services afterwards and associate your research results.
Need more information?
Many repositories are OpenAIRE compliant: they share information with OpenAIRE allowing us to link your publications with your project.
If the repository of choice is not yet OpenAIRE compatible, use the OpenAIRE Link service to let us know about your publications.
- How to find a trustworthy repository for your data
- How to link a publication to your funding
- What linking is?
Factsheet: OpenAIRE EXPLORE. View