Full-text searching is now available in Literature for more than 710,000 records that have PDF files stored in INSPIRE. To use this type of search, be sure to include either the operator “ft” or “fulltext” before the word or phrase you want to search, e.g.:
The first record returned by this search does not include the phrase “chiral symmetry breaking” in the title or abstract, but rather within the text of the paper.
Note that full-text search cannot be performed on records for which full-text is unavailable on INSPIRE. The database indexes the metadata of some papers and books for which we do not have access to a pdf. Additionally, leaving out the search operators will only search the metadata of records, such as titles, abstracts, authors, etc. Compare the results of fulltext “quark decay” with the results of “quark decay”.
For feature requests, please fill in your feedback here. For any other request, you can contact us at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
In INSPIRE, processes automatically assign papers to author profiles based on ID and name-matching algorithms. Unfortunately, no system of name matching is perfect, and sometimes papers do not end up in the correct author profiles. INSPIRE now provides a tool that allows you to claim or remove authorship for the papers in your INSPIRE author profile. Claiming authorship for papers that are in another author’s profile is also possible.
Be sure to have your ORCID and INSPIRE author profile, then you’re on your way!
These 2 short, easy to follow, KB’s will guide you:
Monday 28th June 2021 marks a milestone for INSPIRE.
After 10 years of successful operation, the old INSPIRE is switching off.
In March 2020, the new INSPIRE replaced the old user interface and on June 28th 2021 the old interface will be completely removed, as announced earlier in the year. This operation will allow the development team to focus on new features and to improve the quality of the INSPIRE metadata.
More features are coming up, like fulltext search and claiming your own papers.
Citation counts may differ between the old and the new INSPIRE platform due to technical differences in the way citing and cited records are connected. Citation counts are more accurate on the new platform as we fixed several issues affecting the old system.
You can find search tips in using the new INSPIRE here.
During this transition period, please send new feature requests here. For any other request, you can contact us at <email@example.com>.
Have you ever updated your author profile and had to wait for the changes to be approved? This is no longer the case!
In the past, any edit in your author profile needed to be approved by the INSPIRE team for quality assurance purposes. With your ORCID login, you can now edit your profile and view the changes immediately. All edits are reviewed by the INSPIRE team and further updates might be necessary to ensure the content quality of the INSPIRE database.
Note that you can only edit the profile associated with your ORCID.
How it works
1. Login to INSPIRE
2. Go to your profile:
3. Click on the Edit button
4. Fill in the form and Submit
Your changes are immediately visible in your profile!
The High-Energy Physics community’s feedback has always been part of shaping and improving INSPIRE. Stay tuned for upcoming features here.
This page allows users to search and view information about experiments in High-Energy Physics, list their collaboration members and explore related papers.
The High-Energy Physics community’s feedback has always been part of shaping and improving INSPIRE. For feature requests, please fill in your feedback here. For any other request, you can contact us at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Following the recent release of INSPIRE seminars, we are continuously working on improving their integration with the INSPIRE content.
In addition to papers, the author profile is expanded to include the author’s seminars, under the “Seminars” tab.
Information on the accessibility of an online seminar can now be specified in the seminar submission form. Submitters are invited to add any supporting material and indicate whether captions are available.
While searching for seminars, users can filter seminars that correspond to these criteria.
Links to INSPIRE papers
When submitting a new seminar, users can fill in the link (URL) of a related INSPIRE paper. The seminar will then appear in the paper’s page.
Access data from the search and detailed record pages programmatically
JSON-based: in contrast to the API on the old INSPIRE, the new API uses JSON as primary data format, which is easy to use in a vast number of programming languages, and uses human-readable and well-documented fields.
Other formats, like BibTeX or LaTeX, are directly available and don’t require extracting them from an HTML page
The old API on https://old.inspirehep.net/ will soon be deprecated. If you have been using the old API, please adapt your scripts accordingly. The instructions on how to use the new API are found here.
In the next few weeks, we plan to allow filtering the API response, so you can get only the part of the records you’re interested in.
The new API is in active development, so feel free to inform us in case of issues or suggestions by creating an issue or contacting us at <email@example.com>.
Past and future seminars can be searched for and filtered by series and subjects.
Times are displayed in your timezone.
Speakers and affiliations are linked to their INSPIRE pages.
How do I post a new seminar?
As the seminar database is populated and maintained by users, anyone with an ORCID can submit new entries:
Click on Submit > Seminar on the top right of the page.
2. Login with your ORCID to submit a new seminar.
3. The seminar appears immediately in the list of seminars.
The submitter is able to modify a seminar any time via the edit buttons that appear in the bottom of each entry.
The High-Energy Physics community’s feedback has always been part of shaping and improving INSPIRE. If you have more ideas or features that would improve your experience with the new INSPIRE seminars, please contact us at <firstname.lastname@example.org> with feedback or suggestions.