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Generally, project abstracts are posted to the RePORT website the first Sunday after the grant award notice is issued or on the budget start date; whichever is later?

The RePORTER database is refreshed every Sunday? The latest refresh date is below the RePORTER query form?

Graphs from the RePORTER Data and Visualize Tab can be exported to a PowerPoint and the Summary tables can be exported to an Excel sheet?

The RePORTER Database is available for bulk download to all public users at http://ExPORTER.nih.gov?

RePORTER can filter results by foreign country from the Query form?

You can save your RePORTER queries and results by using MyREPORTER? Learn More

You can search by principal investigator or project leader name using the RePORTER Query Form?

Boolean logic features allow RePORTER to perform complex text searching? This feature can be used in combination with other filter criteria for customized data gathering/mining.

The Research, Condition and Disease Categorization (RCDC) process established in 2008 is a rules based approach to the placement of projects into their NIH categorical spending category?

The RePORTER database contains research project information for the past 25 years?

You can find research funded with a particular NIH grant activity by using a wildcard character along with the activity code in the Project Number field (e.g %P30% to list all P30 Projects)?

There is a RePORTER printer friendly page format available through the Print Version button?

You will find most of the answers about RePORTER and its features in the RePORTER manual?

By default, the RePORTER Query form selects active projects, regardless of fiscal year of funding? Selecting all fiscal years includes the projects no longer active.

The RePORTER query form has various fields which allow use of the % wildcard feature? Click here

RePORTER handles special character combinations that occur with chemical names through its Advanced logic feature using double quotes around the text; "2, 4-Dinitroanisole"? Learn More

RePORTER can now perform a text search on publication abstracts also? Learn More

Clicking on a Project Number or Title in RePORTER search results will present additional information such as the abstract, project terms, and funding details?

RePORTER has a Similar Projects tab that will produce a listing of projects "similar" to the one selected?

RePORTER export now allows for 15,000 projects (basic elements only) to be exported to an excel file?

On the Categorical Spending page, NIH-funded research is categorized into more than 200 specific/disease research areas?

The Categorical Spending filter in RePORTER allows you to search NIH-funded research in more than 200 specific/disease research areas?

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Science Studies


Patterns of NIH funding in 1999 overlaid on a base map of science

The base map was created from citation patterns among a set of over 7,000 scientific journals. The profile for NIH was calculated by matching the principal investigators and their institutions from grants funded in 1999 to first authors and their institutions on papers indexed in 2002. Colored nodes show the distribution and numbers of papers linked to grants; red nodes indicate faster moving science than yellow nodes; colored edges show linkages in the NIH funding profile that are stronger than the corresponding linkages in the base map of science. Reprinted by permission from Boyack, K. W., Börner, K., & Klavans, R. (2008). Mapping the structure and evolution of chemistry research. Scientometrics, in press.
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