DSpace-CRIS is Live

Welcome to our CRIS research portal!

This is a default installation of DSpace-CRIS 5.5.0. Many aspects and features can be configured in very different ways to support local needs and specific workflow.

NOTE: You can use the following accounts:

  • Administrator: admin.dspacecris@mailinator.com
  • Submitter: researcher.dspacecris@mailinator.com

Both account have dspacecr1s as local password, researcher.dspacecris@mailinator.com is also an account on the ORCID Sandbox with the same password

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The following features are available:

  • ORCID Integration:
    • login with your ORCID credential
    • claim an existent profile using the ORCID credential
    • search the ORCID registry during the submission and automatically create researcher profiles for coauthors
    • populate your ORCID profiles with the biography, publications and projects information available in DSpace-CRIS
  • Metrics
    • Citation from PubMed central are available out-of-box for all items with a DOI or a PMID. Citations are retrieved any hour, so you will need to wait a bit after the submission to see it
    • A sample set of pre-loaded metrics from Scopus and WOS are shown just to showcase how these data looks in DSpace-CRIS. No citations are retrieved for new submssions in this demo site (to enable the true integration you need to set your Scopus and WOS API credentials in the configuration files)
    • Usage statistics (SOLR) are analyzed and aggregated any night so to be available also as metrics
    • AltMetrics
    • Embed Google Scholar metrics for your item (require the DOI metadata)
    • Top cited, top viewed, top downloaded, etc.
    • Rank your publications and researchers using any available metrics, calculate and show local percentile
  • Dataset/Publication: it is possible to link a publication to one or more dataset and viceversa. The inverse-link is created automatically
  • Advanced statistcs: improved visualization, aggregated data at author and deparment level
  • Collaboration Network Visualization