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An agricultural research e-Seeker to find explore and visualize open repository resources

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Poster prepared by Abenet Yabowork , Peter Ballantyne , Enrico Bonaiuti , Jane Poole, Moayad Al-Najdawi, Valerio Graziano, Alan Orth and Mohammed Salem for the 14th Open Repositories Conference, Hamburg, Germany, 10-13 June 2019

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An agricultural research e-Seeker to find explore and visualize open repository resources

  1. 1. Open Repositories Explorer and Visualizer tool (OpenRXV) Harvest multiple repositories Explore and visualize search results Explore and visualize by metadata fields Explore and visualize content collections and categories Generate reports for queries The Agricultural Research e-Seeker (https://cgspace.cgiar.org/explorer): • Allows us to view and navigate single or multiple repository content in visual ways • Shows relationships, patterns and trends for different metadata filters – authors, countries, topics, investors, years, etc • Generates basic reports • Incorporates public usage data from DSpace and Altmetric • Preserves original repository configurations (good and bad) • Exposes inconsistencies • Will ultimately include other repository types such as Dataverse • Is configured for ‘our’ metadata fields An Agricultural Research e-Seeker to find explore and visualize open repository resources Abenet Yabowork1, Peter Ballantyne1, Enrico Bonaiuti2, Jane Poole1, Moayad Al-Najdawi3, Valerio Graziano2, Alan Orth1, Mohammed Salem3 Get OpenRXV on GitHub DSpace repositories Scan the code to explore AReS This document has a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. June 2019 Poster prepared for the 14th Open Repositories Conference, Hamburg, Germany, 10-13 June 2019 Funding for this work was provided by CGIAR Trust Fund contributors International Livestock Research Institute1, International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas2 , CodeObia3 • Used by 14 CGIAR centers, Research Programs and partners • Contains about 80,000 research outputs • More than 27 million views and downloads every year • Supported by 9 CGIAR centers and Research Programs • Facilitates monitoring of more than 800 research activities • Credits more than 6,000 organizations Other repository types Not yet configured Repository explorer AReS configuration

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