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              build an open, global<br>and trusted Research graph
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              we perform <span class="uk-text-bold uk-text-uppercase">Statistical Analysis</span> and produce
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              furthermore <span class="uk-text-bold uk-text-uppercase">Network<br>Analysis</span> producing
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              Often combine with external data
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            <!--This document describes the methodology , terms, and definitions of the indicators presented in Open Science Observatory.-->
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            <!--The Open Science Observatory combines data gathered from OpenAIRE and other data sources to develop and operate an-->
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            <!--interactive and dynamic portal, which informs users via rich visualizations and reports on different Open Science-->
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            <!--aspects and facets in Europe. The Observatory is an extendable monitor portal with indicators on open science and-->
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            <!--the framework uptake by national and sectoral set.-->
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            <!--The dynamic <strong>Open Science Observatory</strong> leverages existing information collected by OpenAIRE and-->
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            <!--<strong>at little additional cost or effort, produces and reports value added metrics</strong> regarding Open Science-->
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            <!--trends and evolution for Horizon 2020 and other funding sources. The goal is to provide an EU Open Science Observatory-->
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            <!--as key OpenAIRE product, and employing open metrics based on open data gathered by OpenAire to measure the openness-->
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            <!--of publications and data on various aspects (e.g., gold/green/fair), the metadata completeness, the regional or-->
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            <!--thematic distributions and will test out preliminary metrics for their FAIRness. This will ensure that research can-->
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            <!--Monitoring and evaluating the advancements, trends and impact of OS in Europe is recognised as one of the most-->
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            <!--<span style="font-style: italic">Step 1. Identification of the Open Science Activities:</span> The first step addresses the need to identify-->
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