Draft recommendation for the tagging of Clinical Trials open for comment. Please make comments on the google doc version https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Oa9IAUWfHzBuhWevKKipLihH07pLrGuKv7FS2dRslE4/edit?usp=sharing … The deadline for adding comments is Friday, March 9th, 2018.
There is a strong connection between information storage and retrieval, namely how information storage is implemented under the hood directly impacts the retrieval or search.
The knowledge management techniques we adopt have an immense impact on our daily productivity. For that reason, a lot of thought is given by us when we store information, asking questions such as which tools we should use for the very same purpose.
In this blog post, we will see the reasons behind why PoolParty GraphSearch is a very powerful semantic search tool, but before dwelling into that we go back to an old-school method of knowledge management called “Zettelkasten”. Continue reading “PoolParty GraphSearch brings knowledge search to a new level”
Inera & @typefi #XML4standards webinar series wraps up this week, but you can watch anytime at https://www.typefi.com/resources/standardising-standards-webinar-series/ …
TeX has a rich history and it’s our pleasure to publish this interview with David Fuchs—a name that will be a familiar name to anyone who is aware of the origins of TeX. David worked with Donald Knuth for almost 8 years to develop the first versions of TeX and MetaFont and was also responsible for designing TeX’s original output format: the DVI file format.
This article introduces a number of OpenType and Unicode-related topics: starting out with a discussion of what is meant by a “character” and moving on to introduce scripts/languages, Unicode encoding and UTF-8—together with an example of working with a multilingual text file containing English and Arabic text. Our objective is to provide an introduction to some key terms/topics and piece together a basic framework to show how those topics are related—providing users of LaTeX with some helpful background information.
The Metadata 2020 program will advocate for richer metadata. Metadata is simply digital data that describes other data. This ambitious program is organized by CrossRef and advised by ORCID. Metadata 2020 involves various academic stakeholders: namely universities, publishers, funders, library associations, and any other groups that care about scholarly communication. Importantly, the Metadata 2020 program…
What happened at #XUG2017? We’ve got all the highlights for you at http://www.inera.com/_blog/news/post/what-happened-at-xug-2017/ … pic.twitter.com/9RVg606jtU
Crossref introduces new Metadata APIs ‘Plus’ service offering new features and richer metadata
Machine access to millions of records about research outputs is now even easier
During its Annual Meeting, LIVE17, in Singapore today, Crossref announced a new paid-for service from January 2018 for machine access to metadata along with guaranteed uptime and priority support, with notifications of new matching records and ‘snapshot’ downloads to be added in the first quarter. Continue reading “New Metadata Plus service launching”
In the second part of this interview series, Anita shares with us the importance of Research Resource Identifiers (RRIDs) and how they can improve the value of a research paper. She also discusses the importance of reproducibility in academic research and highlights how journals, publishers, and funding agencies are requiring strict adherence to reproducibility guidelines. In addition, Anita…
November’s NISO Newsline: @TAC_NISO on NISO STS; Inera-Typefi webinar series on NISO STS implementation
In 2016 three persistent identifier (PID) organizations – Crossref, DataCite and ORCID – together with California Digital Library organized PIDapalooza, the first open festival for PIDs. The next PIDapalooza will take place on 23–24 January 2018 in Girona, Spain. This review reports back on PIDapalooza 2016 and looks forward to PIDapalooza 2018.
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In this first article of a new series on LuaTeX, we provide a non-technical background and introduction to help you better understand this incredibly powerful TeX engine: why/how its design enables users to build, design and create a wide range of solutions to complex typesetting and document engineering problems.
Users can now search DailyMed by unique ingredient identifier for an active ingredient and an active moiety. Instead of relying on drug or chemical names, which vary across countries and regions, searching by UNII allows DailyMed to retrieve drug product records by ingredient using a common global identifier.