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[EP-tech] Retroactively populating ORCID and Researcherid



Hi Liam,
That would be great! I will email you directly.

Thanks,
Karl.

On 25 Jan 2019, at 10:05 pm, Liam Green-Hughes <L.E.Green-Hughes at kent.ac.uk<mailto:L.E.Green-Hughes at kent.ac.uk>> wrote:

Hi Karl,

I have written an experimental script that tries to fill in missing ORCiDs. If you drop me a line I can share it with you if you want?

Thanks
Liam


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Liam Green-Hughes | Library Systems Developer
Learning and Research Development, Information Services, University of Kent


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Subject: [EP-tech] Retroactively populating ORCID and Researcherid

Hi,

I?ve had a request to update several fields including ORCID and Researcherid for an academic who?s ORCID ID is only on ~10% of their contributions.

Before I do something dangerous in the DB I?m wondering if there is an existing tool which can be used to bulk update those fields from CLI instead.

Thanks,
Karl.

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