RMap Project

RMap Project is an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation-funded initiative undertaken by the Data Conservancy, Portico, and IEEE. The goal of RMap is to make it possible to preserve the many-to-many complex relationships among scholarly publications and their underlying data, thereby supporting the continual development of scholarly communication and digital publishing. Active work on RMap project began in April 2014.

RMap Overview Document (PDF)

Press Release
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Project Proposal (PDF)

The first live beta instance of RMap is being hosted by the Sheridan Libraries at Johns Hopkins University. This instance of RMap was initially populated with over 680,000 records representing relationships related to articles published by IEEE.

Additional RMap project information can be found on the Project Information page. Instructions for using the API can be found on the RMap technical wiki

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