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Registering Research

In the Pure System

What is Pure?

Do you want to register your publications and other research output? Then you could use the system Pure. Pure is the system for registering research and publications at the University of Amsterdam. You can also use Pure to create reports on research results (e.g. publications) and about researchers (e.g. prizes and special appointments). 

Pure is intended for researchers of the UvA, but also for staff of the secretariats and policy departments. Moreover this system is the source for repositories such as UvA-DARE.

Log in to Pure with you UvAnetID

If you need access to Pure but haven't got it yet, please contact the contact person of your faculty or institute.

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Results: 1 - 12 of 12
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    a. Researcher's Profile Page

    The publication lists on UvA personal Profile page are generated from Pure. Records with a status from 'Entry in progress' until 'Validated' will be shown automatically.

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    b. Adding Publications

    There are three ways to add publications to Pure: import them from databases, from files or manually.

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    c. Adding Non UvA Publications

    Pure has an option to register publications from a prior employment. These will also be shown under the publication tab of the UvA Profile page.

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    d. My Personal Tasks

    ‘My personal tasks’ shows tasks connected to the status of your publications. It gives an overview of all the researcher's open tasks.

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    e. Open Access Publishing

    The aim of Open Access is to make publicly-funded research accessible for everyone. Open Access publications are easier to find, cited more frequently and have greater reach.

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    f. Connecting Pure and ORCID

    Quickly and easily connect your ORCID to your Pure account. This will automatically populate your ORCID page with your research output in Pure.

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    g. Automated Search

    By clicking ‘Automated search’, you can have Pure search one or more online databases for academic publications which have appeared under your name or ID.

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    h. Messages

    Pure generates messages. You can view these messages in the section 'My messages'.

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    i. Claiming and Disclaiming Items

    If you wish to add publications to your own list, you can choose for ‘Claim content’.

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    j. Authorising a Colleague

    In Pure you can authorise a colleague to register your research output.

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    k. Validation

    In order to safeguard data quality, Pure has a validation process for publications.

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    l. Contact & Further Support

    Pure itself provides support. If you have any questions about accessing or using Pure, or if you would like to have information corrected that has already been validated, please contact the contact person of your faculty.