Tag Archives: RDF

Performing live time-traversal queries on RDF datasets

Guest post by Arcangelo Massari, University of Bologna In this post, Arcangelo Massari, who recently graduated in Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge under Professor Silvio Peroni at the University of Bologna, shares the results of his master thesis. A particular … Continue reading

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Querying the OpenCitations Corpus

This post introduce two exemplar queries for interrogating the OpenCitations Corpus. Continue reading

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Why publishers should open their references

Why should the publishers of subscription-access journals, who presently generate income from the sale of access to peer-reviewed full text scholarly articles, be willingly open the reference lists of these articles, and contribute these to the Open Citations Corpus for … Continue reading

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Input data for Open Citations – the PMC Open Access Subset

PubMed, created by the US National Library of Medicine in DATE, holds bibliographic records and abstracts for essentially all journal articles published in the biomedical sciences. It currently records almost a million new entries each year! PubMed Central (PMC), created … Continue reading

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