A strategy for collection, integration, and processing of scientific data in BrCris context


  • Washington Segundo IBICT, Brasil
  • Thiago Magela Dias CEFET MG
  • Tales Moreira CEFET-MG, Brasil
  • Adilson Luiz Pinto Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brasil
  • Vivian Silva IBICT, Brasil
  • Josir Gomes IBICT, Brasil
  • Luc Quoniam UFMS, Brasil
  • Lautaro Matas La Referencia, Brasil
  • Ary Dias IBICT, Brasil
  • Juliana Schneider IBICT, Brasil




scientific production, BrCris, Lattes Platform


This work aims to analyze publications in journals by Brazilian researchers to verify the adoption of open access journals to disseminate their research results in different areas of knowledge. Those PhD graduates with CVs registered in the Lattes Platform were considered to perform the analysis. We evidenced that, in recent years, the publication of works on this topic has increased substantially. Some areas of knowledge have greater adherence to this means of communication, to the detriment of others, which tend to disseminate their research in other media, such as books and articles in conference proceedings. Consequently, several other studies can be carried out, such as verifying the impact of these publications, either by the number of citations per article or utilizing other metrics.


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How to Cite

Segundo, W., Dias, T. M., Moreira, T., Pinto, A. L., Silva, V., Gomes, J., Quoniam, L., Matas, L., Dias, A., & Schneider, J. (2022). A strategy for collection, integration, and processing of scientific data in BrCris context. Advanced Notes in Information Science, 2, 215-222. https://doi.org/10.47909/anis.978-9916-9760-3-6.117

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