An identifier is a unique and long-term reference to an entity. A persistent identifier (PID) points in a reliable way towards a digital resource. HAL uses numerous identifiers, some of which are aligned with other repositories. All of them facilitate and guarantee the interoperability of HAL according to the FAIR principles.
They are available in the deposit form. Add only the identifier and not the full URL address. For example, for the DOI, enter 10.1002/cpa.21496 and not https://doi.org/10.1002/cpa.21496
Main identifiers used to extract metadata to complete the deposit form
The metadata Identifiers will be completed.
- PubMed (PMID)
- PubMedCentral (PMCID)
- SWHID: to be used if the software code is already archived in Software Heritage.
- PPN (Sudoc)
Main identifiers used to link the deposit to the document available on another database or repository
- Bibcode ADS
- InSPIRE HEP
- PubMed Central
Identifier used to link the publication to research data
- DOI: identifier provided by the repository where the research data is archived. Not to be confused with the DOI identifying the publication.
Author identifiers can be added either by the authors themselves when creating their idHAL, or by a portal administrator in AuréHAL. The CCSD, in partnership with ABES, carries out regularly enrichment and alignment campaigns.
- Google Scholar
- idHAL: see also Identifiant auteur idHAL et CV
- ResearcherId (WoS)
Identifiers for organisations
Research structure identifiers for author affiliations are added only in AuréHAL, either by a portal administrator or by enrichment operations carried out by the CCSD.
The identifiers of ANR and European projects are managed in AuréHAL by the CCSD. Users can add a new project in the deposit form: it is recommended to check beforehand that the project is not already referenced in HAL.
- issn : international serial standard number, only used in HAL for journals. Journals are managed in AuréHAL and the issn enables data to be linked with Sherpa/Romeo for self-archiving policies. A title of a book collection or an academic blog on Hypotheses should not be added as a journal title because it has an issn.