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OPERAS Certification (DOAB)

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DOAB Peer review's certification service provides an online form to establish a standardized description of the PR process, reviews them and then attributes to books/collections (also available via API). A system of "PR certified" icons completes the service. The service is free for all, but publishers' participants will need a login provided by the service provider to access the certification process of PR.

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Lagunas de Sierra Nevada / Glacier Lagoons of Sierra Nevada

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"This Service is the end result of a Citizen Science Campaign (“74 high mountain glacier oasis”) created and coordinated by the Department of Ecology of the University of Granada with the collaboration of the Sierra Nevada National Park, the Global Change Observatory of Sierra Nevada, and the Its major scope is to involve society in the investigation and protection of the high mountain sites of Sierra Nevada. The potential users of this service are mountaineers and citizens with a general interest in nature preservation. With their voluntarily participation, we seek to enlarge the historical record of lagoon photographs and share all the scientific and practical information about the conservation, science and practices around these vulnerable ecosystems. Through this interactive platform, internet users will be able to: ● Interact with the scientific teams that carry out their research in these ecosystems ● Share and visualize the historical record of photographs ● Access to all scientific and information related to Sierra Nevada lagoons ● Participate in the activities, courses and visits organized for the protection of these sites."

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UBORA

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UBORA is an e-infrastructure for the co-design of open source medical devices, which promotes compliance with internationally recognized quality standards and regulations for safety and efficacy of devices, taking the EN ISO 13485:2016 and the MDR 2017/745 as inspiration. UBORA guides the user through a systematic design process, from the identification of clinical needs, of risks class and relevant standards for the device, and provides a project management tool, including a repository, finalized to the preparation of the pre-production device dossier. The entire process is supervised by expert mentors, which ensure that safety and efficacy criteria are fulfilled. The e-infrastructure is organized in 3 main sections: The “Clinical Needs” section is aimed at identifying bioengineering design specifications linked to a particular clinical need. It provides a unique environment for healthy discussions between patients, healthcare providers and engineers, to ensure that clinical needs are turned into safe and affordable projects. The “Project management” section is opened to users to design medical devices (MD) under the coordination of expert mentors. It is a MD oriented project management environment, including a repository, available for free download of project blueprints which have completed the development and compliance phase. This section provides a meta-structure composed of 6 Work Packages inspired by the EN ISO 13485 and tools for automatic risk class classification and ISO standards identification. The resource section contains a selected teaching/learning material on biomedical engineering, as well as the documentation and tutorials to use and further develop the e-infrastructure. The UBORA e-infrastructure is thus a tool for promoting and strengthening the initiatives of an international community of designers, healthcare providers and policy-makers, toward the reduction of inequalities in the access to MD. If properly implemented, these open source MD can be considered in line with the MDR 2017/745 from the design point of view: in a nutshell, its final aim is to promote the well-being for all, moving towards health equity in accordance with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

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GBIF Spain Occurrence Records

Portal to display list of occurrence data, visualize georeferenced records in map, statistics of the dataset search with dynamic graphs, explore a single record to view related information and the quality tests run on the record and download data.

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Public R & D Resource Graph of Artificial Intelligence in Shanghai

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Compass for Artificial Intelligence Research

Public R & D Resource Graph of Artificial Intelligence in Shanghai, which is launched by Shanghai Science and Technology Innovation Resources Center, is a scientific research resource portal based on the theme of AI. It can be divided into two parts, one-stop search based on knowledge graph and visual data analysis. One-stop search includes search results pages of scientific literature, knowledge graphs, relevant recommendations and details of experts' scientific research ability. Visual data analysis includes the development trend analysis of papers, patents, projects, experts, investments and enterprises. All the information is based on the data from government, international cooperated partners such as Elsevier, and SSTIR’s own database whose data also supports consultancy reports for government annually.

The service is for communities who are looking for AI research resources in Yangtze River Delta Area in China or any researchers who interesting in general situation of AI talents, papers, patents, projects, experts, investments and enterprises in China.

Features:

When users search terms such as expert names and topic keywords, all scientific research information of the term will be displayed, including experts’ scientific research ability, related articles, experts in the same field, recommendation of related subjects words, etc. The details page of experts’ scientific research ability shows the resume and published articles of an expert in the field of artificial intelligence. On the page of knowledge graph, users can view more information related to the search term, including subject areas, experts and scientific research institutions. Different colors represent different subject areas and different ball sizes represent different associations with the keyword. Users can also view visual reports on the topic of artificial intelligence, including seven aspects: experts, articles, projects, patents, investments, technology and business transactions. It shows the development status and historical trend of artificial intelligence and each sub field from multiple perspectives.

Use cases:

Search which experts and institutions are related to the concept “Neural Networks”. Search the academic scientific research ability of an expert, including the amount of papers that are issued and cited. Search the development trend of artificial intelligence’s patents in its sub field in the past three years.

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AiiDA lab

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AiiDA is a workflow manager for computational science with a strong focus on provenance and performance. Through its flexible plugin infrastructure, it supports a wide range of simulation codes and makes them available for use through the Python programming language, and automatically records the full provenance of your simulation pipeline in a graph.

The AiiDA lab lets you run and manage AiiDA-powered workflows through tailored web applications in the browser.

Use the App store to pick and install apps from the application registry or write your own in just a few lines of python using jupyter widgets and appmode.

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da|ra - DOI Registration agency for social and economic data

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da|ra assigns persisitent identifiers to digital objects by using the DOI system. The DOI registration is carried out in close cooperation with data providing organisations, such as data archives, research data centres etc., which are responsible for the maintenance and storage of research data and for the maintenance of metadata. The data remain with the data centres; da|ra assigns the DOI names via DataCite, stores the provided metadata and makes the registered contents searchable via a database. The metadata are also freely available via OAI-PMH. da|ra operates a specific metadata schema which is compliant with the Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) Standard. Besides the web based entry mask and a tool for uploading metadata da|ra offers a web service (API) that enables to work automatically with the DOI registration service.

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Argo floats data discovery

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Discover Argo floats observations, data graphics and data access.

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