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Journal article – Ricgraph: A flexible and extensible graph to explore research

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    Rik D.T. Janssen
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    Very proudly I would like to let you know that my journal article on Ricgraph has been published. Please feel free to share with anyone you might think is interested.

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    Ricgraph: A flexible and extensible graph to explore research in context from various systems

    Abstract

    Ricgraph, also known as Research in context graph, enables the exploration of researchers, teams, their results, collaborations, skills, projects, and the relations between these items.

    Ricgraph can store many types of items into a single graph. These items can be obtained from various systems and from multiple organizations. Ricgraph facilitates reasoning about these items because it infers new relations between items, relations that are not present in any of the separate source systems. Ricgraph is flexible and extensible, and can be adapted to new application areas.

    In this article, we illustrate how Ricgraph works by applying it to the application area research information.

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    The full reference is:

    Rik D.T. Janssen (2024). Ricgraph: A flexible and extensible graph to explore research in context from various systems. SoftwareX, 26(101736). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.softx.2024.101736.

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