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PKP Presents: Finally, A Completely Automated XML Publication Pipeline

Author: Alex Garnett | Publication Date:

Posted by Alex Garnett | Mar 5th 2013

After many false starts and supposedly-automated-solutions-that-in-fact-involve-a-lot-of-effort-on-the-part-of-grad-students-or-outsourcing over the years, the Public Knowledge Project has put...


Rewarding Reproducibility and Method Publishing the GigaScience Way

Author: Scott Edmunds | Publication Date:

Posted by scotted400 | Mar 5th 2013

As experiments become more data and computationally-intensive, there are increasing technical challenges in reviewing and publishing the methods and outputs of scientific research. The traditional...


Small Data, or: Bridging the Gap Between Smart and Dumb Research Repositories

Author: Anita de Waard | Publication Date:

Posted by Anita de Waard | Mar 5th 2013

Scientific research mostly consists of many tiny niches, a ‘long tail’ effect, with many thousands of small data sets. And so we have a ‘Small Data’ problem: how do we connect vastly different...


Developing a Taxonomy of Contributorship Roles

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Posted by BtPDF2 | Mar 5th 2013

More and more frequently, research and scholarly publications involve collaboration.  There is a growing interest across stakeholders in scholarship in increasing the transparency of research...


Publish Trust: A Payload of Provenance

Author: Hal Warren | Publication Date:

Posted by halwarren | Mar 5th 2013

The Publish Trust Framework builds on provenance, trust algorithms and open identity technologies to enable trusted attribute exchange in scholarly communication. It is designed to produce publisher-...


One Mind for Research: Scholarly communication in neuroscience in the broader context of society

Author: Stephen Larson | Publication Date:

Posted by slarson | Mar 5th 2013

Who does your research have impact on?  What areas of research serve the greatest human needs?  How can your research make a difference in the everyday lives of people around the world?  One Mind for...


An Open Source Citation Style Language (CSL) Editor

Author: Jeffrey Lancaster | Publication Date:

Posted by BtPDF2 | Mar 5th 2013

The goal of this project was to develop a working prototype of a Citation Style Language (CSL) editor and to share it with researchers who employ various reference management applications.  Columbia...


NLP methods for finding precedent research in the legacy literature

Author: Graeme Hirst | Publication Date:

Posted by GraemeHirst | Mar 5th 2013

Problem: Due to authors' ignorance of past work, new research replicates, or fails to adequately take into account, previously published research.  Reasons: (1) Inaccessibility of legacy literature...


An open alternative to Google Scholar

Author: Stian Håklev | Publication Date:

Posted by houshuang | Mar 5th 2013

We need an open alternative to Google Scholar (like OSM is to GMaps). Imagine OJS/EPrints/DSpace pinging a central server with bibliographic metadata whenever a new article is published (like blogs...


The road towards a Web based data ecosystem and its implication for research information systems.

Author: Christophe Gueret | Publication Date:

Posted by cgueret | Mar 5th 2013

Data put on the Web under an open license is an asset whose value is becoming increasingly visible. There is an emerging ecosystem of vocabularies, data sets, data consumers and data enriching...