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Project: Research

  • Sandfær, Mogens (Participant)
  • Ibanez, Karen Sofie Hytteballe (Project manager)
  • Pedersen, David Budtz (Project manager)
  • Lauridsen, Nikoline Dohm (Project manager)
  • Steensboe, Christina (Project manager)
  • Larsen, Birger (Project manager)
  • Melchiorsen, Poul Meier (Project manager)
  • Hvidtfeldt, Rolf (Participant)
  • Lykke, Marianne (Participant)
  • Thidemann, Nils (Participant)
  • Hansen, Karsten Kryger (Participant)
  • Clausen, Henrik Skadhauge (Participant)
  • Kruuse, Kirsten Krogh (Participant)
  • Lund-Thomsen, Lars (Participant)
  • Fjeldhagen, Mette (Participant)
  • Collin, Martin (Participant)
  • Price, Adrian (Participant)
  • AU Library, Pure
  • AU Library, Bartholins Allé
  • AU Library, Fuglesangs Allé
  • Aalborg University
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OPERA aims at establishing open and advanced research analytics practices and systems at Danish universities and in the Danish landscape of research analytics stakeholders.
OPERA brings together leading Danish actors with global operators and experts.
OPERA aims at aligning the Danish capacity with the best global level while catering to local and national preferences and needs.
OPERA will address a wide range of issues populating the research analytics problem space:
GOOD GLOBAL DATA: Obtaining and consolidating the best-quality global citation data
ALSO HUMANITIES: Enabling adequate documentation of humanities scholarship and impact
NEW TOOLS & CONCEPTS: Adapting and applying innovative analytical and visualization tools
OPEN SYSTEM: An open source system, aimed at and controlled by Danish stakeholders
OPEN SCIENCE: Better recognition for Open Science contributions in metrics and evaluation
BROAD OUTREACH: Extensive communication to and involvement of stakeholders
Effective start/end date15/02/201814/02/2020

    Research areas

  • Open Science, Open System, Humanities, Global Data, Research Analytics, Data Visualisation

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