In addition to providing sustainable, affordable, and standardized text- and data-mining services for large datasets, CADRE will offer extensive tutorials on how to work with our platform and datasets. Take a look at some resources for how to take full advantage of CADRE.
Empowering Data-Driven Research through an Open, Accessible Data Infrastructure
CADRE: A one-stop shop for scholarly data access, sharing, and reproducible computation
ISSI 2019: CADRE Workshop
ISSI 2019: CADRE Tutorial
Open Science Forum: CADRE Talk and Demo
OCLC Research Works in Progress Webinar: Overview of CADRE
IMLS presentation: Brief overview of CADRE
CADRE Fellows Webinar Series:
The global network of air links and scientific collaboration – a quasi-experimental analysis
Comparative analysis of legacy and emerging journals in mathematical biology
What types of novelty are most disruptive?
All quiet on the endless frontier? Characterizing the changing nature of innovation in science and technology
Understanding Citation Impact of Scientific Publications Through Ego-Centered Citation Networks
MCAP: Mapping Collaborations and Partnerships in SDG Research
Assessing the Rise of China as a Scientific Nation
Data Access/General User Application:
To request data access, please first read the CADRE Data Access Policy. You can then complete the CADRE General Data User Application. Upon approval, data enclave access is provided by IUNI Data Manager Matthew Hutchinson.
We rely heavily on user stories and use cases to create a platform that is helpful to every type of academic researcher. To tell us what you want to see in our platform, share your user story. Please note, this form takes you to the IU Network Science Institute website.