Release 4.17 highlights cross-institutional collaboration and research datasets

October 2013

Get a panoramic view on external collaboration through Pure's enhanced Research Intelligence module

  • Gain insights into your institution's research partnerships with organizations worldwide
  • Visualize your collaborations in 4 different ways to uncover patterns and identify opportunities for new partnerships – each view is easily accessible from Pure's new collaboration dashboard
  • Assess collaborations for individual groups, departments, schools or your whole institution
  • Filter the visualizations by content types such as projects, research activities, outputs and press clippings
  • Provide more accurate mapping and reporting on external organizations through a simplified alerting and data enhancement process

From left to right, top to bottom: Collaboration Matrix, Google Map, Graph of Relations & Circle View:

Collaboration Matrix

Collaboration Map

Collaboration Graph

Collaboration Circle

Provide transparency and comply with funders' requirements through the new 'Datasets' content type

Pure Release 4.17 Datasets

  • Register datasets and their related metadata in Pure
  • Upload binary dataset files directly into Pure
  • Link datasets to related projects, publications, awards and more for enhanced reporting capabilities

Pure now captures information from Mendeley, and Web of Science Lite

Online Imports

  • Researchers can use these new sources as part of their "automated search" option to ensure their profiles are comprehensive and up-to-date
  • New online import options cover more than 85 million records total
  • Multiple search options are available, including the Mendeley unique identifier (UID)

Additional enhancements now in Pure enable you to:

  • Enhance reporting and categorization accuracy by utilizing new publication types - "memorandum" and "contribution to memorandum"
  • Ensure that users only export the content relevant to them via Excel exporting restrictions by user type
  • Mark research output as "peer-reviewed" through new labeling options