CERIF (Common European Research Information Format)
The Common European Research Information Format is the standard that the EU recommends to its member states for recording information about research activity. Since version 1.6 it has included specific support for recording metadata for datasets.
- Internal MSC ID
version 1.6 (current)
Current research information system implementing the CERIF standard. Originally developed by Avedas but now a product of Thomson Reuters.
Current research information system developed by Elsevier that implements the CERIF standard.
Current research information system implementing the CERIF standard.
A European Scholarly Communication Infrastructure that aggregates bibliographic metadata from a network of publication repositories, data archives and CRIS following the OpenAIRE Guidelines. Together with additional authoritative information, the objects and their relationships described by the metadata form an information space graph which can be traversed by users and accessed via APIs by other services. The metadata primarily support discovery and monitoring services.