on August 19, 2013 by Lindsay Marshall in Uncategorized, Comments (0)

Just added support to Greycite for some proprietary meta tags used by Walters Kluwer Health journals. These let us get a full set of metadata from the pages.

More citation formats

on April 17, 2013 by Lindsay Marshall

on by Lindsay Marshall in tech, Comments (0)

Greycite will now return citations in RIS format (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RIS_(file_format)), though with the caveat that the Type record value is always set to be ELEC – it is difficult in […]

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Features and moans.

on March 28, 2013 by Lindsay Marshall

on by Lindsay Marshall in tech, Comments (0)

Monitoring the URLs that people submit to Greycite helps me find new sources of metadata, and, of course, new quirks and ways that people ignore standards. So now Greycite […]

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More Greycite features

on March 25, 2013 by Lindsay Marshall

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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 […]

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Greycite features

on March 22, 2013 by Lindsay Marshall

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Phil Lord has been nagging me to post about the things that I have been changing and adding to the Greycite implementation, so : pubmed : if you pass […]

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Moving to Github

on March 11, 2013 by Phillip Lord

on by Phillip Lord in Events, tech, Comments (0)

Most of the knowledge blog software is now transitioning through to Github from its old home on Google Code. The code has been split up into mutiple repositories. Although […]

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Knowledgeblog is Live

on February 13, 2012 by Phillip Lord

on by Phillip Lord in Events, Comments (0)

After a significant period, knowledgeblog is now live again. I can only apologise for the downtime. It clearly doesn’t do this site any good to be offline for so […]

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Introducing the Bioinformatics Knowledgeblog

on June 28, 2011 by Phillip Lord

on by Phillip Lord in Events, Comments (0)

Last week (21st June), a small group of bioinformaticians gathered in a little room in the basement of a building on the campus of Newcastle University, and quietly bashed […]

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The Ontogenesis Knowledgeblog: Lightweight Semantic Publishing

on June 7, 2011 by Phillip Lord

on by Phillip Lord in Papers, Comments (1)

The web has moved from a minority interest tool to one of the most heavily used platforms for publication. Despite originally being designed by and for academics, it has […]

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Announcing a Bioinformatics Kblog writeathon

on May 9, 2011 by Phillip Lord

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The Knowledgeblog team is holding a ‘writeathon’ to produce content for a tutorial-focused bioinformatics kblog. The event will be taking place in Newcastle on the 21st June 2011.  We’re […]

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