Linking publications on HAL to research data in Nakala for SSH communities
Goals: officially launched on July 5, 2019, EOSC-Pillar aims to coordinate national Open Science efforts across Austria, Belgium, France, Germany and Italy, and ensure their contribution and readiness for the implementation of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).
Description: developping a proof of concept (POC) based on HAL and Nakala.
Funding: European project: “EOSC in action: Use Cases and community-driven pilots, work package WP6 de EOSC-Pillar, Task 6.5. FAIR principles in data life-cycles for Humanities”
Duration: 3 years
Project leader: Yannick Barborini
CCSD coordination: Bénédicte Kuntziger
Developping a proof of concept (POC) based on HAL and Nakala for SSH communities.
- Linking publications on HAL to research data in Nakala;
- Inserting data citation and their visualisation in HAL record (through Nakala player);
- Index and display the connections between the resources.
July 2019 – July 2022
June 2021: limited deployment of the POC
December 2021: End of POC
Documents & Productions
Adeline Joffres, Nicolas Larrousse, Yannick Barborini, Bénédicte Kuntziger-Planche. MS26 Communications PoC between NAKALA and HAL. [Contract] European Union. 2020. ⟨hal-03170550⟩
Supply HAL with publications from international external platforms
Goals: make the deposit in HAL easier for researchers who publish on other open access platforms.
Description: CorHAL collects the publications metadata and enables the researcher to automatically import the fulltext into HAL.
Funding: Fond national pour la Science ouverte, allocated to INIST
Duration: 1 year
Technical project leader: Jean-Baptiste Génicot
CCSD coordination: Yannick Barborini
Other participants: Bénédicte Kuntziger (CCSD), CasuHAL user group
January 2021 – January 2022
Onboard Episciences into the EOSC set of services
Goals: make Episciences a cornerstone of the EOSC portfolio and onboard it in the set of services of the european cloud, by interfacing it with other OpenAIRE-Nexus services.
- Interconnecting Episciences with Zenodo: a researchers will be able to submit a preprint in Zenodo to an Episciences journal;
- Interfacing with other services: statistics system of OpenAIRE, OpenCitations, Scholexplorer and OpenAIRE PROVIDE;
- Making the authentification system used by EOSC available to Episciences users.
Funding: European project, OpenAIRE-Nexus, Scholarly communication services for the EOSC (INFRAEOSC-07-2020) – Increasing the service offer of the EOSC Portal (a3) services supporting scholarly communication and open access
Duration: 30 months
Project leader: Raphaël Tournoy
January 2021 – June 2023
HALOWIN (HAL Open Workflows and INteroperability)
Goals: improve HAL interoperability with preprints reviewing services by developing a technical framework that enables the automatic sharing of documents, metadata and notifications. The project rests upon two services: a publishing platform (Episciences) and a recommandation platform (Peer Community In).
Funding: Fond national pour la science ouverte
Duration: 24 months
Project leader: Raphaël Tournoy
Partnership: Peer Community In
March 2021 – March 2023
Status: launch in 2022
- Manage endlessly increasing metadata and data flows that need mecanisms of synchronisation and automatisation;
- Organise a targeted collection of publications;
- Mechanise a publications-research data linkage;
- Migrate software components;
- Deploy a modular architecture.
Funding: Équipements structurants pour la recherche du P.I.A.3 – ESR/EquipEx+
Duration: 5 years
Coordinating organisation: CNRS
Partnerships: INRAE, Inria, IN2P3, Equipex+ Commons (OpenEdition, Metopes, Huma-Num)
See also : HALiance project
The project pursues 5 objectives:
- Open access of HAL code and update of the material infrastructure
- Interoperability of the import
- Automatic targeted collection of publications
- Linkage of research publications, data and source codes
- Support of user communities