Guidance on how to import new content into Pure.
- Importing from online sources (Scopus, Web of Science, PubMed, ORCID)
You should search online sources in Pure and a list of import candidates will appear that you can select or reject. The guide below explains how to import content from online sources.
- Import content from RIS and BibTeX files
Publications can be downloaded into a RIS or BibTeX file when Pure is unable to search an online source. The guide below explains how to import RIS and BibTeX files into Pure.
- Importing from other institutions
If you have moved from an institution that held your publications in a research information system and/or repository, ask them for a RIS or BibTeX file detailing your publications. The publications can be imported into Pure using the above guide. The records may need to be validated by the institution before they appear on the Public Portal and Staff Pages.
If you are leaving the University of Aberdeen and would like a RIS or BibTeX file, please request this from the Pure Team.
- Setting up an automated search
You can create automatic searches in Pure, this will search selected databases for publications that have appeared under your name or ID. The automated search will provide you with import suggestions for content in the Tasks menu located in Pure. You can use the automated searches if your publications appear in Scopus, Web of Science, PubMed or ORCID. Use the guide below to learn how to set up an automated search in Pure.