If you have done the complete tutorial, you have seen and used some interested python syntax that helps you with you own developments.
Maybe you are only here because you are interested in the ORCID-API. If these is the case, you have seen some basic functions and many links to read further. However, you also have an idea how to interact with it in python. That gives you an advance, if you want to write you own project also in python.
If you are here for any other topic that is part of the tutorial. I hope that you have get an idea how to go on with you problem.
If you have any further questions fell free to ask me:
However, the result is a functional application. That used ORCID as basic. Of course, this means that your researcher needs to keep there ORCID page updated. However, these should not be the big problem because ORCID is getting more and more famous and used. For example, many publisher already need you to give a ORCID to publish with them.
The system have some open problems:
- How to insert new authors?
- What to do with authors that are now active in your group and so have no end date?
- What to do with paper that are not in bibtex format?
- What to do with paper that miss data?
- The title could be a little different in the same paper?
- The information of the same paper may be different from different source ORCIDs.
- The filtering by the year would be nice.
There are things left to do. If you interesting in using somthing like this on a productive level look at the GitHub repository. Here are some of the issus are adressed. If you also intrestet in doing something to bring these project further you can do this on GitHub: