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[HAL Good Practices] How to highlight publications on a specific theme.


Wether you need it for a conference, an ANR project or a multi-partner project, you can display a precise list of publications updated in real time on your website or on the platform.

To highlight publications around a theme, an ANR project or a team, several solutions are possible.

1. The "Haltools" predefined query: Inria has developed a tool that allows you to define a query according to one or more search criteria and to integrate the resulting url within an html "iframe" tag. This url is a query that is launched each time the page is loaded, so the results are always up to date with the latest submissions on

Example: the MIND team's publications list appear on the team's website. This is in fact a request in an iframe. If you wish to obtain the same kind of result, all you need is to go to Haltools.

2. The collection: on the platform HAL, it is possible to create a collection according to criteria of one or several fields and to "stamp" the publications answering these criteria. The stamping can be retroactive and it can be manual or automatic. It is a powerful tool that can be used for large projects or conferences.

Example: the PRAIRIE-IA project

See other examples of Inria collections here

If you need to create a collection, please contact us:!

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30 May 2023, 2 pm This webinar proposes to come back on the concept of licences, to bring elements of answers to the a priori concerning them and to present cases of use in connection with the deposit of publications in HAL. Speakers: Lionel Maurel, deputy scientific director of Open Science, Scientific Edition and Research Data of the InSHS (CNRS).

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organised on 23/03/23 by Couperin Data Group is available

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To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Episciences, a meeting was organized on Thursday 30 and Friday 31 March 2023 around the platform, the hosted journals and the editorial models. During these two half-days, presentations on open scientific publishing were given in French and in English. Replays of these presentations are already available on the CCSD Youtube channel.

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