Author Archives: Zohreh Zahedi

Linking ORCID with WoS Researcher ID

If ORCID is associated with ResearcherID, the link to ORCID will be shown on the Author details page in Publons ( Web of Science ResearcherID is now on Publons). In order to associate ResearcherID with ORCID: Login to your ResearcherID on Publons if you already have it otherwise register for it. follow these steps: Under settings, click on account,… Read More »

Linking ORCID with Scopus Author ID

If ORCID is associated with a Scopus author profile, the link to ORCID will be shown on the Author details page in Scopus. There are two ways to associate Scopus author profile with ORCID via Scopus or via ORCID: 1. Go to Scopus Author profile, search by author name, affiliation, or ORCID. Find your author profile, click on… Read More »

Trusted organizations in ORCID

What are trusted organizations? These are organizations that researchers grant permission to interact with their ORCID profile and to update it on behave of them. This happens when you connect ORCID with a research information systems (such as Pure or when submitting a paper to a Publishers) you are asked to grant permission to that… Read More »

Granting permission to trusted organizations to auto-update ORCID

What is Auto-update functionality in ORCID? Auto-Update functionality in ORCID (in collaboration with Crossref and DataCite) allows researchers (contributors) to have their ORCID profile automatically updated when the work is published provided that ORCID id is included when a manuscript or dataset is submitted to the publishers. How to activate auto-update? Use your ORCID id… Read More »

ORCID: Digital identifier for researchers

What is ORCID? ORCID stands for Open Researcher and Contributor Identifier. It is a unique persistent identifier for researchers. ORCID connects researchers to their organizations and their scientific outputs (articles, data sets, codes, etc.) and professional activities. It is used worldwide by publishers, funders, and institutes to uniquely identify researchers and their outputs and distinguish… Read More »

Open Access colors

There are different types of Open Access (OA) publications: Gold OA refers to publications in an open access journal (for example PLOS journals) for which the Article Processing Cost (APC) has been payed by authors, institutes, or research funders. Green OA refers to publications in a journal that are also available in an open access… Read More »

Deduplication filter by year

Go to Pure: https://pure.knaw.nlClick Research Outputs under Editor and select Duplicate title: Add Publication Year and click Find Duplicate: Then click the triangle next to the publication to check the organization: If the publication belongs to your own institute then follow these steps to merge the duplicate titles or accept as duplicates.