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What is ResearchGate and how does it work? 

Rights in and responsibility for content on ResearchGate

Discovering and requesting research

Am I allowed to share my research on ResearchGate?

How to add research

Adding and removing figures

ResearchGate DOIs

Reviewing, editing and removing your research

Copyright

Data

Preprints

Research stats

Open Archives Initiative



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ResearchGate makes it easy for you to add your publications as well as your unpublished work to your profile. Once you’ve added your publications and research to your profile, they’ll be listed under your Contributions tab.

You can learn more about what ResearchGate is, the difference between a publication page and a full-text, and what it means to confirm authorship of a publication here.

If you have questions about whether you're allowed to share your content on ResearchGate, see the Copyright section in the Help Center. 


Why is my publication already listed on ResearchGate? 

ResearchGate’s extensive publication database is compiled using publicly available metadata from other literature databases, including repositories that contain publications with a Creative Commons license. It is also contributed to by ResearchGate members.

There may be publications on ResearchGate that you have authored but that you haven't added to your profile.  If there’s already an existing publication page for your publication, it may have been created by a co-author, or by ResearchGate using publicly available information.

In general, proprietary full-text content only appears on ResearchGate when it has been uploaded by an author. So, if there’s already a full-text of your publication available on ResearchGate, the most likely explanation is that it has been uploaded by one of your co-authors. You can identify the name of the uploader by going to the publication page and looking just above the full-text. If you have concerns that your co-authors may have improperly made full-texts available, we recommend that you try contacting them directly.

In some cases, we may make a full-text available where a publication has a Creative Commons license. If you feel that a publication has been wrongly attributed a Creative Commons license, please contact us at www.researchgate.net/contact

How do I confirm authorship of my publications to add them to my profile?  

As explained above, many of your publications may already be listed in our database. We group all publications in our database by author using a name-matching algorithm. To quickly and easily add the publications we've matched to you to your profile, simply follow these steps:


  1. Go to the publication page of a research item you authored
  2. Click on your name below the title of the research item to visit your scientific contributions page
  3. Click Claim your profile at the top right-hand corner to add the listed publications to your profile.


To add one research item that you authored to your profile:

  1. Go to the research item's publication page 
  2. Click the downward-facing arrow underneath the stats on the right-hand side
  3. Select Claim authorship from the drop-down menu.

You will then be able to find the research item listed on the Contributions tab on your profile.


Note: If you’re having trouble finding your published research, you can try using the search box at the top of any ResearchGate page.


How do I create a publication page? 

ResearchGate members can create publication pages for their content. If you create a publication page for your work, you are completely in control of it. You can edit it at any time, add or remove a full-text, or delete the page entirely if you wish.

You can add all kinds of research work to ResearchGate, including such as conference papers, raw datapreprints, or even negative results. Adding  Adding a variety of research is a great way to gain exposureexposure for your work. More exposure leads to more feedback, collaboration, and sharing amongst experts.

To add a publication page to your profile:

  1. Click the the Add new button  button at the top right-hand corner of any ResearchGate page
  2. For published work, select select Published research and  and then the publication type
  3. For unpublished work, select the most applicable type of research from the options shown
  4. Follow the steps for the specific type of research you choose.

Note: When  When creating a publication page for some types of research (e.g. code), you are required to add a file. You must always ensure make sure that you have the right to upload any file to ResearchGate before doing so. For more information see Am I allowed to share my research on ResearchGate?You can find more information about this in the Copyright section.

If the research you wish want to add does not fit into one of the available categories, you can still add it by selecting selecting Published research and  and then clicking the blue blue Add new formatformat button at the bottom of the list. Research in this category will be labeled as Research as Research and automatically assigned the upload date. Unfortunately, Please be aware that it’s not possible for you to change this date later. 

How do I add a full-text to my publication page?

Here’s how you can add a full-text to your publication’s research item’s publication page:

  1. Go to your publication’s pageresearch item's page
  2. Click the blue Add full-text button in the top right-hand corner
  3. Choose from either Share publicly or Store either Add full-text publicly or Store full-text privately
  4. Click Select full-text file to find and upload your file
  5. Review and agree to the upload conditions
  6. If you’re sharing publicly, decide whether you also wish to upload store a private copy
  7. Click Click Upload.

Note: You must always ensure that you have the right to upload any file content to ResearchGate before doing so. For more information see Am I allowed to share my research on ResearchGate?information see our Copyrightsection. 

How do I make my privately stored full-text public?

To make your a privately stored full-text public:

  1. Go to your your Contributions tab tab
  2. Click Upload Click Add full-text underneath  underneath the title of the research item
  3. Choose Share publicly
  4. Select the option to upload the stored research item
  5. Select Review private full-text

  6. Review the upload conditions

  7. Click UploadClick Make publicly available.

Note: You  You must always ensure that you make sure you have the right to upload any file content to ResearchGate before doing so. For more information see Am I allowed to share my research on ResearchGate?

How do I add my journal articles to my profile?  

Many of your publications may already be listed in our database. We group all publications in our database by the author using a name-matching algorithm. To quickly and easily add your publications to your profile using our name-matching algorithm, simply go to your profile and follow these steps:

  1. Click the Add new button at the top right-hand corner of any ResearchGate page
  2. Select Published research and then Article
  3. Select Author match at the top of the dialog box that appears
  4. Confirm authorship of your research by clicking Yes next to any articles displayed that you authored
  5. Click Save to add your publications to your profile.

Note: If you’re having trouble finding your published research, you can also use the search tab.

You can also manually add journal articles to your profile by following these steps:

  1. Click the Add new button at the top right-hand corner of any ResearchGate page
  2. Select Published research and then Article
  3. Select the Manual entry tab
  4. Enter the title of your journal article or upload the full-text to manually add it to your profile
  5. Click Continue
  6. Enter the details about the journal article
  7. Click Finish to add the article to your profile.

Note: You must always ensure that you have the right to upload a full-text of your article before doing so. For more information see Am I allowed to share my research on ResearchGate?

Tip: If you’re using the Manual entry feature to add a journal article, it’s best to use the journal drop-down menu to ensure your article is correctly linked to its journal page on ResearchGate. To do this, start typing the journal name or ISSN in the Journal field and select it from our list of suggestions. For more information see our Copyright section. 

How do I add supplementary resources to my publication

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You You can add supplementary resources to your publicationspublication pages, such as datasets, raw data, negative results, and supplementary figures.   To do so:

  1. Go to your your Contributions tab tab
  2. Scroll down to the research item you would like to add supplementary resources to
  3. Select Select Add supplementary resources underneath  underneath the research item’s title
  4. Either Either Drag and drop files  files into the grey box or click click Select files to  to upload your resources
  5. Edit the title and authors if needed
  6. Tag your resources with topics if you wish
  7. Click Click Finish to  to add the resources.

Once added, the file will show up as linked research on the publication page that you added it to, but will be hosted on its own separate publication page.

Note: You must always make sure that you have the right to upload any content to ResearchGate before doing so. For more information see our Copyright section. 

Can I add publications in languages other than English?

Yes! You’re welcome to add publications in any language to your profile. 

Where can I find my

publications

research items once I've added them to my profile? 

Once you’ve added or confirmed authorship of your publicationsresearch items, they’re listed under the the Contributions tab on your profile. You have the ability to filter your Contributions contributions by type (e.g. Projects, Research, Question) using the menu on the left-hand side. If you have made any full-texts publicly available, you will also have the option to filter your research by 'Full-texts'. If you select ‘Research’ you can sort your research by newest, oldest, recently added, or title using the ‘Sorted by’ drop-down menu at the top of the list. These changes aren’t saved, so your research will be sorted by newest when you next visit this page.    

Why is my publication already listed on ResearchGate? 

ResearchGate’s extensive publication database is compiled using publicly available metadata from other literature databases, including repositories that contain publications with a Creative Commons license. It is also contributed to by ResearchGate members.

There may be publications on ResearchGate that you have authored but not yet claimed and added to your profile.  If there’s already an existing publication page for your publication, it may have been created by a coauthor, or by ResearchGate using publicly available information. Proprietary content generally appears on ResearchGate only when it has been uploaded by an author. So, if there’s already a full-text of your publication available on ResearchGate, the most likely explanation is that it has been uploaded by one of your co-authors. You can identify the name of the uploader by going to the publication page for the content and looking just above the full-text. If you have concerns that your co-authors may have improperly made full-texts available, you may wish to contact them directly.

In some cases, we may make a full-text available where a publication has a Creative Commons license. If you feel that a publication has been wrongly attributed a Creative Commons license, please contact us at www.researchgate.net/contactIf any of your research items have publicly available full-texts, you will also have the option to filter your research by 'Full-texts'.  Within that filter, any research items that have a publicly available full-text added by you will have a green message above the title that says ‘You added a full-text to this item’.





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