ORCID is non-profit organisation visioning "a world where all who participate in research, scholarship, and innovation are uniquely identified and connected to their contributions across disciplines, borders, and time." Read more here.
If you allow, University of Helsinki weekly exports your data from Tuhat to ORCID. To include your data in this export, please read instructions here. This is what is being experted and how it supports your researcg profile:
With KUDOS you can explain your publications in plain language, share them with social networks and then measure the effect.
PlumX captures how people interact with your publications.
Portal profile at https://researchportal.helsinki.fi is created automatically to current persons and organisations with related publications, research infrastructure, datasets, activities, prizes, press/media submitted to the research information system.
Please see instructions below on how to edit personal profile for research portal.
This has changed in the overview page
These are no longer available in the profile pages:
We are working on this to create links from old portal to the new one.
Tuhat portal automatically publishes all information submitted to the database with visibility set to "Public - No Restriction".
Persons and organisations automatically get public pages with all persons and their data linked to it.
Open your profile page and Edit profile page side by side. As you scroll down the Edit profile page, you see headings that are also used on the profile page.
Edit profile -> Then open profile page to view both at the same time:
Data from research group's public Tuhat pages can be shared with University of Helsinki websites using the RSS-feeds from the portal.
Please see instructions:
This box contains instructions on how you can create a CV with the CV tool which uses your data that is already in the TUHAT system. The other possibility is to add your CV as text (see instructions here).
You can create many CV documents.
Annual reporting requirements and performance indicators are explained at the University of Helsinki Intranet.
See video below, or read these instructions on how to add following information for annual reporting:
Reported data will be available in these services.
Three-year grant is a University of Helsinki funding type, read more about the grant in Flamma.
The awarded three-year grant is conditional, and requires that the Board of the University allocates the necessary funding when it decides on the University’s target programme and the budget for those years. In addition, the University monitors the progress and impact of research projects through reports.
University of Helsinki three-year projects are reported to Tuhat (links below go to submission instructions):
In the online reporting service of the Academy of Finland you can pick your publications from national VIRTA publication service. There is also a search you can use. If your publications are not available in VIRTA, you should submit them manually to Academy report or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out why your publications are not available in VIRTA.
Faculty and department level publication data is available at Rapo-reporting tool (in Finnish).
It is possible to get access to more specific reporting in Tuhat where you can report on all Tuhat content. This option is available for academic leaders and university services. Please contact email@example.com for more details.
Publications in Finland
Publications that have been checked by librarians (workflow = approved) are transferred every morning from Tuhat to national VIRTA service which then publishes them in Juuli, national publication portal.
National statistics to Vipunen are compiled from publications that are in VIRTA service on March 15th. There is no general access to VIRTA service but all publications reported by the Universities starting 2011 and onwards are available in an excel.
There is an ongoing project to develop a national research datawarehouse.
Helsinki University Library currently offers these services for person and organisation comparisons using world data: