CADRE is a cloud-based platform that provides access to a standardized version of the Web of Science and Microsoft Academic Graph datasets. CADRE includes GUI data querying, analysis, storage and visualization capabilities.
As Penn State University is an official partner of the CADRE project, researchers have unfettered access to all of CADRE's standardized datasets and data-management and -analysis tools.
CADRE aids researchers interested in working with big bibliometric datasets. You do not need to have any coding experience to perform data querying or analysis on CADRE. The platform is currently in its beta phase, but is being used by researchers.
You will receive access to standardized, high-quality versions of the following datasets:
All of CADRE's datasets are updated by the CADRE team as updates become available to ensure researchers are working with the latest data release.
CADRE's Gateway contains the tools you need to query, analyze, and publish your research. Everything created in CADRE can be reproduced by other researchers.
Users can store their query outputs, data analysis tools, and research results in the CADRE cloud.
Users will soon have the ability to attach DOIs to their reproducible packages as well. CADRE provides three tiers of DOI allocation:
To start working with the CADRE platform:
You can also find extensive walkthroughs of CADRE's features and demos for running and analyzing your first queries in the collection of informational videos on CADRE's Resources page.