Cool Tools In the Developers Toolbox - Research Grants API

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Cool Tools In the Developers Toolbox - Research Grants API
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2014
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Facilitate richer data connections through the ANDS open source Research Grants API. This video will give you a brief overview of the API and how it could be used to provide your users with the ability to link their data directly to metadata records for published grants.
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thanks everybody for turning up y'all been here business analyst in the services team the research grants API
which is one that's sort of been in the
making for a little while the we see to encourage users to really link their data to activities or grants themselves to create that mission in the data Commons we've been working with the NHMRC to get grant information in research data Australia for the last 12 months also that has been moving we've actually got information up in 2011 and this this API is a way of actually searching those grants within research Australian pulling back information about them so again in data capture tools or inscription tools when people are recording their data collections that can actually provide users with at least two go and say yes this is related to this research grant another use case for it would be to say finding all the grants that have played being given to specific institutions or related to specific individuals themselves so again
just the address research data Australia that I answered all that a year for /
developers the web services themselves
they're not as pretty because there's no
real fancy front end to them there are little explanation diagrams for each I
think nearly all of the services that we have just showing stuff how they work there's obviously the description in the
use cases for each of the services how people might want to implement them in the useful points breath about them as
you can see here before you start the one thing to note about the services themselves is that any developer that wants to use them actually has to register for a a pik that they pass when they call them services and that's just the way of us knowing and identifying who's actually using the services you don't have to be a user with a lot on to the registry you can just click the link and it will take you to a publicly
accessible page where you fill out the organization and contact email and why you want to basically use the API key and you click register and it will basically right there and then generate your key to pass with the service calls
in much the same way as the widgets we have tables containing all the parameters that can be passed to the services themselves and again the developers will understand that if they don't they can get in contact by the community forum it's a couple in some of
the services they're a little bit tricky it is sort of some sort of IQs or common questions about the services just to help out and a couple of example uses of
working service calls and that's pretty
much all of God
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