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Érudit Corpus Data Downloading
Access to the corpus
The majority of Canadian French-language research outputs in the social sciences and humanities are available on the Érudit platform, including scholarly and cultural journals, theses, research documents and data, and scholarly books.
More than 200,000 documents are available on Érudit platform, 95% of which are open access. Érudit’s corpus is therefore unique in Canada by the size and the quality of its data.
Bibliometric research projects
Érudit supports bibliometric research by allowing searching and mining of its corpus by research projects.
To facilitate the use and integration of its corpus within a set of documents, Érudit allows researchers to obtain a copy of the corpus for the duration of their work.
Metadata of the Érudit corpus are freely accessible through the OAI-PMH protocol:
Available forms : oai_dc (Dublin Core), nlm (only metada)
Articles ID forms: oai:erudit.org:000014ar
Sets forms : erudit.revue.cqd or erudit.culture.liaison (ListSets)
Database creation and structuration
This service is offered through the Observatoire des sciences et des technologies. http://www.ost.uqam.ca/
For more informations about this services, please communicate with Érudit at firstname.lastname@example.org.