Quiz on open archives and HAL : did you know?

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It was researchers who created their own databases and developed auto-archiving practices (ArXiV) in the 90s due to delays with publications.
Through this they put in place a channel for "direct scientific communication".
With the increasing cost of subscriptions to scientific reviews, the Open Access movement is now more important than ever.
If I make a submission to the HAL-Inria open archive, my publications are available: via HAL or HAL-Inria,
indexed on search engines (Google, Google Scholar),
visible on certain bibliographical databases (NCBI International Center for Biotechnology Information, ArXiv, PubMed, Scirus, RefDoc: Inist).
More than 80% of articles consulted in the open archives are accessed via Google and Google Scholar.
Submitting to HAL gives me a permanent URL to access my publication.
Submitting to HAL gives me long-term archiving for my files (.pdf only)
Submitting to HAL gives me a permanent URL to access my publication.
Submitting to HAL gives me long-term archiving for my files (for .pdf files only) Other types of files, such as .jpeg, are not covered by long term archiving.
The OAI - PMH protocol (Open Archives Initiative - Protocol for Metadata Harvesting) is a computer protocol that allows for the exchange of metadata and makes it possible for open archives to be interoperable. In practical terms, it allows you to access digital documents and make them more visible on the Internet.
You should submit the "full text" / .pdf of your publication to the HAL-Inria open archive.
Inria has put in place a submission obligation for all its publications. Only articles for which the full text is available on the HAL-Inria portal will be included in research teams' activity reports.
HAL is a tool for the dissemination of scientific articles regardless of the point they have reached in the writing process. For example, a pre-print (draft or paper intended for submission to scientific colleagues for opinions) or a post-print (final corrected version but prior to formatting by the publisher) may be submitted.
You should of course submit to HAL-Inria anything that is useful for your research and everything that should appear in your Project research team's activity report (so that includes articles for popular science initiatives, technical reports, etc.).
You should submit the "full text" / .pdf of your publication to the HAL-Inria open archive. Inria has put in place a submission obligation for all its publications. Only articles for which the full text is available on the HAL-Inria portal will be included in research teams' activity reports.
You should submit your publications in full text /.pdf or HAL or Hal-Inria. Inria has put in place a submission obligation for all its publications. Only articles for which the full text is available on the HAL-Inria portal will be included in research teams' activity reports. HAL is a tool for the dissemination of scientific articles regardless of the point they have reached in the writing process. For example, a pre-print (draft or paper intended for submission to scientific colleagues for opinions) or a post-print (final corrected version but prior to formatting by the publisher) may be submitted.
You should of course submit to HAL-Inria anything that is useful for your research and everything that should appear in your Project research team's activity report (so that includes articles for popular science initiatives, technical reports, etc.).
You can still post your publication on your personal page or your team's if you wish... but that will mean more work for you! (double entry).
Yes, you can choose to submit the "full text"/.pdf of your publications for the year to HAL or HAL-Inria in September, when the teams' activity reports are being prepared..... But why wait? The best thing is to submit your publications as you go along.
You should take the time to submit the "full text"/.pdf of your publications to HAL or HAL-Inria.
The best is to submit your publications as you go along, or as soon as you write them. L'idéal est de déposer vos publications au fil de l'eau, c'est à dire dès leur rédaction.
You should submit your publications in full text /.pdf to HAL or Hal-Inria. Inria has put in place a submission obligation for all its publications. Only articles for which the full text is available on the HAL-Inria portal will be included in research teams' activity reports.
HAL is a tool for the dissemination of scientific articles regardless of the point they have reached in the writing process. For example, a pre-print (draft or paper intended for submission to scientific colleagues for opinions) or a post-print (final corrected version but prior to formatting by the publisher) may be submitted to HAL.
You should of course submit to HAL-Inria anything that is useful for your research and everything that should appear in your Project research team's activity report (so that includes articles for popular science initiatives, technical reports, etc.).
You can still post your publication on your personal page but that will mean more work for you!
The rule is that it is not possible to delete/withdraw files or submissions when they are online with HAL or HAL-Inria.
In exceptional cases, if you feel that the removal of a submission is necessary (duplicate, a file declared scientifically false by its authors themselves, or ‘ethically compromising’), you can write to archive-ouverte@inria.fr, giving the identifier of the publication to be deleted and the reasons why you want to delete it.
The rule is that it is not possible to delete/withdraw files or submissions when they are online with HAL or HAL-Inria.
In exceptional cases, if you feel that the removal of a submission is necessary (duplicate, a file declared scientifically false by its authors themselves, or ‘ethically compromising’), you can write to archive-ouverte@inria.fr, giving the identifier of the publication to be deleted and the reasons why you want to delete it.
You cannot withdraw the files or submissions when they have been subjected to moderation on the HAL or HAL-Inria open archive.
You can create a new version of your publication, which will be displayed first in read mode.
You can continue to update my web page by hand... but that would be a shame!
With haltools https://haltools.inria.fr/ you can generate a customisable dynamic web page by choosing for example to display thumbnails.
In HAL-Inria, illustrations can be added as thumbnails when a publication is submitted (you just need to upload the "image files" along with the other files).
You regularly submit my publications to HAL-Inria, this means that you can:
generate a customisable dynamic web page using haltools https://haltools.inria.fr/ (i.e. display for example your team's publications or just your own, etc.)
This list of publications can be in English or in French
You can choose to display images, etc.
Exports from Haltools are limited to 5,000 publications.
Only the latest version of publication on Haltools https://haltools.inria.fr/ can be exported.
The Haltools.inria.fr website makes it possible to export publications in a range of formats (XML, BibTeX, BibTeX RaWEB).
The Haltools.inria.fr website makes it possible to export publications in a range of formats (XML, BibTeX, BibTeX RaWEB).
Because you can access the statistics:
for where your files have been viewed (country, continent)
for your submissions and for the submissions for which you are an author.
You can access the statistics:
for the number of times your files have been viewed
for where your files have been viewed (country, continent)
for your submissions and for the submissions for which you are an author.
Excel is not at all suitable for importing publications into HAL or Hal-Inria.
You can import in XML or BibTeX formats.
Bib2Hal allows you to import a batch of publications in BibTeX format into HAL and into HAL-Inria
See the documentation: http://seism.inria.fr/hal/aide/spip.php?rubrique75&lang=fr
Bib2Hal allows you to import a batch of publications in XML format into HAL
and into HAL-Inria
See the documentation: http://seism.inria.fr/hal/aide/spip.php?article309
HAL offers several Web Services, particularly for submitting, completing and modifying scientific articles.
See the relevant help section: http://seism.inria.fr/hal/aide/spip.php?article283&lang=fr
The scope of HAL covers publications at a level for submission for peer review. This means that HAL does not accept some types of documents such as articles for popular science initiatives.
However, you may wish to have the kind of visibility and long-term archiving that this kind of open access archive offers for this type of publication.
Articles for popular science initiatives can therefore be submitted to HAL-Inria.
They can only be consulted from HAL-Inria. This applies to other types of publication such as documents from scientific events (tutorials, posters/presentations/prefaces, short papers, conference digests, etc.), student dissertations (Dissertations from Masters in engineering, Masters internship reports, dissertations for a DEA (a French post-graduate diploma taken before completing a PhD), etc..).
You should of course submit to HAL-Inria anything that is useful for your research and everything that should appear in your Project research team's activity report (so that includes articles for popular science initiatives, technical reports, etc.).
The scope of HAL covers publications at a level for submission for peer review. This means that HAL does not accept some types of documents such as articles for popular science initiatives.
However, you may wish to have the kind of visibility and long-term archiving that this kind of open access archive offers for this type of publication.
Articles for popular science initiatives can therefore be submitted to HAL-Inria.
They can only be consulted from HAL-Inria. This applies to other types of publication such as documents from scientific events (tutorials, posters/presentations/prefaces, short papers, conference digests, etc.), student dissertations (Dissertations from Masters in engineering, Masters internship reports, dissertations for a DEA (a French post-graduate diploma taken before completing a PhD), etc..).
The scope of HAL covers pre-print or post-print publications at a level for submission for peer review. This means that HAL does not accept some types of documents such as articles for popular science initiatives.
However, articles for popular science initiatives can be submitted to HAL-Inria. They will only be visible from HAL-Inria.
This applies to other types of publication such as documents from scientific events (tutorials, posters/presentations/prefaces, short papers, conference digests, etc.), student dissertations (Dissertations from Masters in engineering, Masters internship reports, dissertations for a DEA (a French post-graduate diploma taken before completing a PhD), etc..).
You should of course submit to HAL-Inria anything that is useful for your research and everything that should appear in your Project research team's activity report (so that includes articles for popular science initiatives, technical reports, etc.).
There are duplicate authors in HAL but this is not inevitable
Contact archive-ouverte@inria.fr or your information officers at the centre to ask them to correct the error.
You cannot correct duplicate authors yourself.
Contact archive-ouverte@inria.fr or your information officers at the centre to ask them to correct the error.
If you leave Inria, your publications can be modified by you or your project manager, so long as they have rights over your submissions or a team account.
You can continue to submit your publications with your HAL account.
If you leave Inria, of course your publications remain accessible, visible and permanent.
You can continue to submit your publications with your HAL account.
Your publications can be modified by you or your project manager, so long as they have rights over your submissions or a team account.
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