Introduced in InvenioRDM v12
The following document is a reference guide for all the custom fields available in InvenioRDM.
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This group of fields contains the metadata for "Journal", "Imprint" and "Thesis". Each field has its own data representation, however, they are grouped in the UI.
Publishing information is displayed in the section "Details", on the right side bar, under "Published in".
This field implements a journal's metadata. It can be used to describe a journal where an article was published.
String: The title of the journal.
String: The volume where the article was published.
String: The issue within the volume.
String: The pages within the issue where the article was published. It can be a number or a range in any format.
This nested field implements an imprint's metadata. It can be used to describe a book, report or chapter where a record was published.
String: The title of the book or report where the record was published.
String: The book's International Standard Book Number. Applies if the imprint is a book.
String: Location where the book (or report) was published.
String: The pages within the book or report. It can be a number or a range in any format.
This field implements thesis metadata, more specifically an awarding university. A thesis supervisor can be found in the list of contributors whose role is "Supervisor".
- university: Name of the awarding university.
This field can be used to describe a meeting, e.g. a conference.
Meeting information is displayed in the section "Details", under "Conference".
String: Meeting or conference title.
String: Acronym that represents the conference.
String: Dates when the meeting took place.
String: Location where the meeting took place.
String: Session within the meeting or conference.
String: Part within the session.
String: Link of the conference website.
This group of fields contains metadata to describe a software record.
Software information is displayed in the section "Additional details", under the tab "Software".
String: Link to the repository where the related code is located (e.g. Github).
String: Name of the programming language used to develop the software.
String: Runtime platform dependencies (e.g. Python3.8).
String: Supported operating systems.
String: Description of the development status (e.g. "Active"). Uses a controlled vocabulary defined in repostatus.