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[EP-tech] Re: Retrieving a list of DOIs

I don’t have a solution to this other than the JSON export option, however if there is a solution to restrict output in this way (I.e, only getting doi’s back) then that would be handy, as a script I’m trying to write to harvest information from a number of citation API’s gets stuck at the EPrints stage when the JSON response overloads it’s allocated memory allowance! Reducing the data it’s getting back would be very handy.

From: <Sheppard>, Nick <N.E.Sheppard@leedsbeckett.ac.uk<mailto:N.E.Sheppard@leedsbeckett.ac.uk>>
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Date: Thursday, 7 May 2015 12:13
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Subject: [EP-tech] Retrieving a list of DOIs

Is there an easy way for me to retrieve a list of raw DOIs from EPrints for a given collection?

I’ve tried the various export options, most don’t appear to include DOI, except JSON and then in an odd format that doesn’t resolve…



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