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  • Alainna Wrigley

    The way the ORCID interface works is that publications which have the same identifier (like a PMID or DOI) are grouped together into one item. This way a publication isn't listed multiple times if you added it from multiple sources, such as importing a publication from Scopus and adding it manually.

    If a work has been imported from two different sources with different identifiers, you can manually group them together by creating a third version of the work which includes both identifiers. To do this click the 'make a copy and edit' button on one of the works, then in the edit window add the identifier that is listed on the other version of the work. When you save this new work with both identifiers it will group together all the works that contain either identifier

    For more information on how groupings works and how to edit works see

    Warm regards,
    ORCID Community Team

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