WP3

National Open Science research analytics – Pilot based on Dimensions++

WP3 Lead: Karen Hytteballe Ibanez

(Senior Officer, Technical University of Denmark)

Establishing open and advanced research analytics based on open data, open citations, using open source, -software and -code on a national level, is not yet the norm, making it difficult to understand the many aspects, patterns, impact and potential of the Danish research landscape.

WP3 aims at developing a National Open Science research analytics pilot for all 8 Danish universities populated with key data from the Dimensions database, as well as data from the Danish indicators; Bibliometric Indicator and Open Access Indicator. The pilot will allow the Danish universities to compare themselves on a national and international level, based on comparable quality citation data as well as bibliographic metadata. In order to demonstrate the open science efforts of the Danish universities, additional open science elements will be included in the platform. The National Open Science research analytics platform will be developed in the open source system VIVO, benefitting from its linked open data structure. Visualizations, the most relevant network analyses of Danish research as well as visual analytics exploring collaboration potential will be integrated in the pilot to complement the more traditional research analytics.

WP3 Participants

Deputy: Nikoline Dohm Lauridsen, Technical University of Denmark

Christina Steensboe, Technical University of Denmark

Mogens Sandfær, Technical University of Denmark

Birger Larsen, Aalborg University

Kirsten Krogh Kruuse, AU Library / Royal Danish Library

Lars Lund Thomsen, AU Library / Royal Danish Library

Marianne Gauffriau, Copenhagen University Library / Royal Danish Library

Adrian Price, Copenhagen University Library / Royal Danish Library

Anne Lyhne Høj, Aalborg University

Poul Melchiorsen, Aalborg University

Claus Rosenkrantz, Copenhagen Business School

Dicte Madsen, Copenhagen Business School

Lene Hald, Copenhagen Business School

Kasper Bruun, Roskilde University

Karen Lindvig, The University of Southern Denmark

Mette Detlevsen, The University of Southern Denmark