More Greycite features
A few more small updates to report:
- Greycite purls now redirect to the canonical URI, if we have one.
- If a greycited URI is redirected, this gets reported both on the web page and in the JSON (in a field called “redirects-to”) if the redirect is not to the canonical URI. Currently this is not reported in the bibtex or RDF.
- On the web page for a URI there is now a link taking you to a page that shows all the various metadata items Greycite has extracted from the target in a more readable firm than popovers.
- Some websites are now treated as containers in the absence of other container information: t the moment htese are Wikipedia , YouTube , figshare  and arxiv.org . More will be added, I’m sure.
"Wikipedia", Wikipedia, 2016. http://wikipedia.org/
figshare - credit for all your research
"arXiv.org e-Print archive", arXiv.orghttp://arxiv.org/