OpenOrgs: the OpenAIRE service for bridging registries of research organisations

« Organisations appear all over the Research & Innovation ecosystem in different shapes and formats: the same organization may  appear with different names (e.g., full legal name, short or alternative names, acronym) and different metadata fields in different data sources. Persistent identifiers may be of no help when different data sources identify organizations according to different PID schemas (ROR, ISNI, EC PIC numbers, etc.). Disambiguating them when trying to build a linked open scholarly communicution system is not a trivial problem.
OpenAIRE developed OpenOrgs to address this ambiguity which greatly affects the information aggregated by OpenAIRE from different research organization registries (…) »

source >, 8 octobre 2021