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Pure release - 28 November 2019

27 November 2019

Today we have successfully released a new Pure version. While many things remain the same from a user perspective, two notable changes are:

  • the so called Fingerprint engine capability in Pure is now enabled. Fingerprinting uses text mining of scientific titles, abstracts, etc to create an index of weighted terms that can expose valuable connections between people and publications beyond the traditional metadata. If the university adopts the Pure portal, then Fingerprinting can be a useful feature to display on researcher's profiles
  • in this Pure version files belonging to datasets will not be shown on the portal before they are validated.

You may also notice the "Accessibility" toggle at the top right of the screen once you login to Pure. This is a new feature designed to improve readability of internet content for elderly and people with disabilities. This feature is currently not working.

For more information, have a look at the latest release notes.

Last modified:22 January 2020 11.22 a.m.

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