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### How often is ISIDORE updated?
IISIDORE is updated, incrementally, on average once a
month. Why this delay? In addition to harvesting and indexing documents,
month. Why this delay? In addition to harvesting and indexing documents,
ISIDORE enriches them with concepts from
scientific repositories (thesauri, taxonomies, etc.). This semantic enrichment is
automatic and allows us to offer you suggestions for reading to help you discover documents other than those
automatic and allows us to offer you suggestions for reading to help you discover documents other than those
you were looking for. This requires a certain amount of processing and calculation time.
The updates of the documents with which you are associated, which will thus be proposed
The updates of the documents with which you are associated, which will thus be proposed
in your user account as documents to be claimed, will also be done monthly.
## How to use ISIDORE?
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#### Can data deposited and documented in NAKALA be referenced by ISIDORE?
Yes, data deposited and documented in NAKALA can be
Yes, data deposited and documented in [NAKALA (the data repository for SSH by Huma-Num)](https://documentation.huma-num.fr/nakala/) can be
accessible in ISIDORE. NAKALA offers as standard the [OAI-PMH](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Archives_Initiative_Protocol_for_Metadata_Harvesting) interoperability protocol which allows for the harvesting of document metadata, and therefore for referencing, enrichment and indexation by ISIDORE.
......@@ -317,20 +317,18 @@ Yes, the data deposited and documented in [the COCOON platform](https://cocoon.h
Yes, it is possible for ISIDORE to reference the files and
documents deposited and documented on the platform
Zenodo](https://zenodo.org).
[Zenodo](https://zenodo.org).
The referencing is based on the principle of OAI-PMH harvesting on a
set of files and data (and thus their metadata) corresponding to one or more
identifier(s) corresponding to the "communities" identifiers in Zenodo (see https://developers.zenodo.org/#sets).
We can also group several Zenodo identifiers in the same
ISIDORE collection, allowing the depositors of several corpora
ISIDORE collection, allowing the depositors of several corpora
deposited in Zenodo to group them in ISIDORE to give them more
visibility.
To add your Zenodo repositories in ISIDORE, [please send us
the URL
OAI-PMH](mailto:isidore-sources@huma-num.fr?subject=%22Je%20souhaiterai%20faire%20moissonner%20mes%20dépôts%20Zenodo%22)
To add your Zenodo repositories in ISIDORE, [please send us the URL OAI-PMH](mailto:isidore-sources@huma-num.fr?subject=%22Je%20souhaiterai%20faire%20moissonner%20mes%20dépôts%20Zenodo%22)
of your repository (see <https://developers.zenodo.org/#oai-pmh>).
......@@ -339,7 +337,7 @@ of your repository (see <https://developers.zenodo.org/#oai-pmh>).
There are several ways to get data and documents referenced by
ISIDORE:
- Submit your data via [an XML stream of standardized metadata and using the OAI-PMH protocol](#how-to-signal-data-in-isidore-with-metadata-and-the-oai-pmh-protocol) associated with metadata in Dublin core format. This method is adapted for documentary databases, corpora, scientific archives and document/data libraries. As an example, [a tool such as Omeka (Classic or S) offers the OAI-PMH protocol via modules](#a-website-using-omeka-classic-and-omeka-s-can-be-referenced-by-isidore).
- Submit your data via [an XML stream of standardized metadata and using the OAI-PMH protocol](#how-to-signal-data-in-isidore-with-metadata-and-the-oai-pmh-protocol) associated with metadata in Dublin core format. This method is adapted for documentary databases, corpora, scientific archives and document/data libraries. As an example, [a tool such as Omeka (Classic or S) offers the OAI-PMH protocol via modules](#a-website-using-omeka-classic-and-omeka-s-can-be-referenced-by-isidore).
This method is adapted to research program websites presenting document or data corpora, scientific blogs (except Hypotheses.org), and web pages in general.
......@@ -383,7 +381,7 @@ OAI-PMH protocol, you just have to:
The OAI-PMH protocol makes it possible, through the creation of *Sets*, to bring together a coherent set of records whose perimeter makes sense from a scientific or editorial point of view and which is left to the discretion of the producer of the data.
It also makes it possible to define a hierarchy in the *Sets* with an inheritance mechanism by specifying
in the set name the name of the parent *Set* and the child *Set*,
in the set name the name of the parent *Set* and the child *Set*,
separated by the `:` character. ISIDORE is able to use these
*Sets* to limit harvesting to a set of records or to differentiate between different
data sources within the same warehouse.
......@@ -413,7 +411,7 @@ The *Sets* can present metadata, in the Dublin Core Element Set, which are speci
In the ISIDORE framework, each OAI-PMH "record" corresponds to a document.
The ISIDORE harvester thus exploits the metadata described according to the
application profile defined by the Open Archive Initiative for the
Dublin Core Element Set (also known as Dublin Core "simple").
Dublin Core Element Set (also known as Dublin Core "simple").
In addition, the harvester also collects the full-text document(s) whose URLs
(beginning with `https://` or `http://`) are specified in the
`<dc:identifier>` element.
......@@ -494,8 +492,7 @@ The data producer will have to take care to scrupulously respect the specificati
- The good management of deleted data ([detail on the OAI-PMH protocol documentation](http://www.openarchives.org/OAI/openarchivesprotocol.html#DeletedRecords));
- In the case of a publisher's data warehouse or one of significant size, access to its OAI-PMH warehouse via the IP addresses of ISIDORE's OAI-PMH harvesters (harvesting reported by ISIDORE to its IT department).
We advise producers to regularly validate the compliance of their repository using, for example, the [tools of the Open archive
initiative](https://www.openarchives.org/pmh/tools/). Finally, we advise data producers to contact the Huma-Num team for any information requests.
We advise producers to regularly validate the compliance of their repository using, for example, the [tools of the Open archive initiative](https://www.openarchives.org/pmh/tools/). Finally, we advise data producers to contact the Huma-Num team for any information requests.
### How to report data in ISIDORE with RDFa metadata?
......@@ -506,7 +503,7 @@ How to express metadata of a web page very simply by
using the [RDFa syntax](https://tcuvelier.developpez.com/tutoriels/web-semantique/rdfa/introduction/)
? For example, in a blog post published with WordPress. While there
exist [plugins to do this](https://wordpress.org/plugins/search/RDFa/),
the obsolescence of the latter can make it difficult to maintain them
the obsolescence of the latter can make it difficult to maintain them
over time. Another solution is to implement RDFa in the
HTML code of the WordPress theme you have chosen. For this to be easy
and manageable over time, the simplest way is to use the HTML header
......@@ -531,7 +528,7 @@ DOCTYPE will be:
```
The `<html>` tag must contain the addresses of the
ontology (via their *NameSpace XML*) which are used
ontology (via their *NameSpace XML*) which are used
to "type" the information. RDFa - which places metadata in the Semantic Web, requires at least the use of RDF and RDF Schema ontologies and the Dublin Core Element Set (dc). It is possible to use in addition - in order to refine the metadata - the Dublin Core Terms (dcterms):
......@@ -591,7 +588,7 @@ The `<meta>` tags then define a set of metadata, which in our case is descriptiv
```
Depending on the nature of the content of the web page, it is of course possible
to be more precise, more refined and more complete in the
to be more precise, more refined and more complete in the
encoded information. For example, it would be wise to use the DC Terms vocabulary.
......@@ -602,7 +599,7 @@ The DC Terms allow, for example, a precise form for a bibliographic reference of
<meta property="dcterms:bibliographicCitation" content="Put a bibliographic reference here" />
```
It would be possible to describe the entire text of a web page using the SIOC vocabulary [using the
It would be possible to describe the entire text of a web page using the SIOC vocabulary [using the
property](http://www.lespetitescases.net/rdfaiser-votre-blog-2-la-pratique).
It is also possible to link web pages together (to
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If you do not find all of your scientific production
in [ISIDORE](https://isidore.science), there may be several
explanations. It may be that your articles are published in
explanations. It may be that your articles are published in
journals that are not electronic or that do not make their articles available even
long after they have been published. Since its
creation, [ISIDORE](https://isidore.science) favors open
access since indexing is better for articles available in
open access. Many electronic journals have made this choice through
portals such as Open Edition Journal (formerly Revues.org)
Érudit, Persée, and Cairn.info, Redalyc, OApen and
Érudit, Persée, and Cairn.info, Redalyc, OApen and
and articles from these journals are therefore collected and indexed by
[ISIDORE](https://isidore.science).
It is also possible that your articles are published online, but not
on an electronic publishing platform (but a website), or on an electronic publishing platform
that does not allow indexing via the standard protocol
that does not allow indexing via the standard protocol
(see the question and answer on OAI-PMH).
Other journals make their articles available, but only after an
embargo period. In this case,
[ISIDORE](https://isidore.science) indexes only the metadata
of the article. If you connect via your university library
, documentation center or via BibCNRS,
, documentation center or via BibCNRS,
you may still have access to these articles.
The collections indexed by
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Here we list training courses, functional presentations and online self-training courses on the use of ISIDORE. Do not hesitate to let us know about any training session you would like to organize:
- The Urfist Méditerranée proposes a new e-learning training on Isidore](https://urfist.univ-cotedazur.fr/nouvelle-formation-en-ligne-une-initiation-a-isidore/) (March 2021)
- The *Urfist Méditerranée* proposes a new e-learning training on Isidore (only in french)](https://urfist.univ-cotedazur.fr/nouvelle-formation-en-ligne-une-initiation-a-isidore/) (March 2021)
- ["Isidore, my personal research assistant"](https://ig.hypotheses.org/2215) by Johanna Daniel (April 2020)
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