Tag Archives: Scholarly citations

Reflections on the global citation graph

In his call for open citations, Dario Taraborelli hailed the scholarly citation graph (in which the nodes (vertices) are individual academic publications and the links (edges) represent bibliographic citations from one publication to another) as one of humankind’s most important … 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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Open Citations is dead. Long live OpenCitations.

In October 2015, I asked Silvio Peroni, my long-term colleague in the development of the SPAR Ontologies, to become Co-Director of the Open Citations Project, and to work with me in taking forward the prototype Open Citations Corpus (OCC), originally … Continue reading

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