CORE becomes the world’s largest open access aggregator (or how about them stats 2018 edition) – CORE

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"This was another productive year for the CORE team; our content providers have increased, along with our metadata and full text records. This makes CORE the world’s largest open access aggregator. More specifically, over the last 3 months CORE had more than 25 million users, tripling our usage compared to 2017. ...

We also saw an increase in the number of users in our text analytics services, CORE API and CORE dataset, and the CORE Repository Dashboard and CORE Recommender....

For the past six months we invested a lot of effort in migrating to a new infrastructure that is needed to support our usage and content growth. This has been a tremendous task and we more than tripled the processing and storage capacity of CORE. We are now in the final stages of this migration, which will be completed early next year and will increase the potential and stability of our systems and service...."


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Date tagged:

12/19/2018, 11:08

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12/19/2018, 06:08