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Welcome the New RePORT and RePORTER Tools! Ten years ago, NIH launched the RePORT (Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools) website to serve as a one-stop shop for reports, data, and analyses of NIH research activities. Well, drum roll please, a new and modernized RePORT site as well as a faster and easier to use NIH RePORTER have now arrived.What is the NIH research portfolio online reporting tool?
In addition to carrying out its scientific mission, the NIH exemplifies and promotes the highest level of public accountability. To that end, the Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools provides access to reports, data, and analyses of NIH research activities, including information on NIH expenditures and the results of NIH supported research.What is the NIH reporter API and how does it work?
Instead of downloading full sets of records in bulk through the ExPORTER files, the new NIH RePORTER API allows users to write computational procedures to retrieve just the grants data they need. And, if that was not all, more Preview features will be rolled out in the coming year, like those for MyRePORTER.Who is the author of a NIMH report?
The “author” of any NIMH material is almost always “The National Institute of Mental Health,” rather than an individual person, unless specified otherwise. Include a complete title whenever possible, even though the title may be long, in order to differentiate between that item and others with similar titles.