• What is this website?

    This website allows users to explore the contents of SN SciGraph. It is aimed both at linked data specialists, who can find machine-readable representations of SN SciGraph resources, and at the more general research community, as it provides an overview on the variety of data in SN SciGraph, and how the data is structured.

  • What is SN SciGraph?

    SN SciGraph is the Springer Nature linked data platform that collates information from across the research landscape, i.e. the things, documents, people, places and relations of importance to the science and scholarly domain. See https://www.springernature.com/scigraph for more information.

  • What data is available here?

    SN SciGraph includes data on all Springer Nature publications including journals and books from almost two hundred years (1830s to present), as well as funders, research projects, conferences, affiliations and institutions.

  • How is the data licensed?

    The majority of SN SciGraph data is being made available under a CC BY 4.0 license, i.e. attribution. A smaller portion of the data, however, employs a CC BY-NC 4.0 license, i.e. attribution and non-commercial. This restricted subset specifically comprises book chapter and journal article abstracts, and grants. More detailed information about licenses can be found on the License page.

  • How can I access the data?

    For on-demand data access the Linked Data API can be used, see the developers and linked data specialists section for more details.

  • How can I access the data in bulk?

    For bulk data access a set of datasets has been published for downloading. See the Downloads page

  • How can I find out more?

    Follow us on https://www.springernature.com/scigraph.