Tracking, reporting, monitoring made easy

24,102,803 Publications
697,571 Datasets
39,145 Software

Linked to 16 funders

What we do

One of our key services for Open Science is to aggregate content from many different sources from Europe and beyond. But we don't stop there! We apply cleaning, transformation, disambiguation processes, and identify relationships among all research entities: publications, data, funding, researchers, organisations and data sources.
  • identify grant ids in publications-data-software acknowledgement sections and make the appropriate links
  • create online reports and statistics based on the OpenAIRE scholarly communication graph
  • combine the OpenAIRE data with other types of data and provide custom research analytics.

A funder?

Learn how to participate

All you need to do is to provide OpenAIRE with a 'very limited' set of metadata fields from your database and we will take it up from there.

Advanced analytics

Using text mining (topic modeling) on the full texts we can discover hidden  structures and identify useful patterns, similarities, correlations trends and communities.

Our tech team would be happy to work with new use cases as this is the real value of using open science for transparent decision policy making.

Our services have already been successfully applied for the evaluation of parts of FP7, and we are continuing with the rest.

Have more questions?

  • Learn about open science policies and how to align
  • Learn more on how to manage your data in the open science era
  • Find out how to use OpenAIRE to best serve your needs
  • View our training material on a variety of related topics

Contact us

A researcher?

Explore all OA research results. Link all your research. Build your profile

A content provider?

Join OpenAIRE, use our tools and make your content more visible around the world.

A research community?

Use a trusted partner to share, link, disseminate and monitor your research.

A developer?

Get access to OpenAIRE data and capitalize on on Europe's open linked research.
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