Open Research Knowledge Graph: A System Walkthrough
Despite improved digital access to scholarly literature in the last decades, the fundamental principles of scholarly communication remain unchanged and continue to be largely document-based. Scholarly knowledge remains locked in representations that are inadequate for machine processing. The Open Research Knowledge Graph (ORKG) is an infrastructure for representing, curating and exploring scholarly knowledge in a machine actionable manner. We demonstrate the core functionality of ORKG for representing research contributions published in scholarly articles. A video of the demonstration  and the system (https://labs.tib.eu/orkg/) are available online.
KeywordsDigital libraries Information science Knowledge graph Research infrastructure Scholarly communication
This work has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme (Grant agreement No. 819536).
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