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Publications - How do I enter a publication?

Publications - How do I enter a publication?

Publication data may be added to Pure in one of three ways:

1. By creating a publication record from a template. In Pure, you can enter information about different types of research outputs by completing the relevant templates.

2. By importing publication data from online databases of journal articles, such as Scopus or Web of Science. You can search these sources from within Pure and import publication data directly.

3. By importing a BibTex or RIS file. If you keep publications in BibTeX format, you can import these directly into Pure. If you use a reference management program like EndNote, you can export bibliographies as BibTeX or RIS format and then import them into Pure using the 'import from file' option.

Please consult Pure support pages for more information on how to add publications to Pure.


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