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World Universities' ranking on the Web: Home

The major innovation of the current edition is the incorporation of Scholar data to the calculation of the Webometrics Rank (WR). During this year we have performed several experiments to improve the correlation between bibliometric and webometric data, testing different web indicators. Finally we decided to recover the WebIF ratio of 1:1 (visibility/size) in the WR calculation, adding the Scholar rank as described in the methodology.

Introduction to Presenting Scientific and Medical Data on the Web using Scalable Vector Graphics

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This document introduces presentation of scientific and medical data on the Web using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG). It covers comparison with other technologies for similar purposes, integration of the SVG documents into HTML pages, explanation of the most basic possible examples, and the development of an example for interactive presentation of action potentials within the human nervous system. The intended audience is people in science and medicine wanting to present numerical or graphical material in an interactive way over the web.

Connotea: about

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Connotea is a place to keep links to the articles you read and the websites you use, and a place to find them again. It is also a place where you can discover new articles and websites through sharing your links with other users. By saving your links and references to Connotea they are instantly on the web, which means that they are available to you from any computer and that you can point your friends and colleagues to them. In Connotea, every user's links are visible both to visitors and to every other user, and different users' libraries are linked together through the use of common tags or common bookmarks.


OpenURL and Metasearch: New Standards, Current Innovations, and Future Directions - National Information Standards Organization (NISO)

NISO's OpenURL standard and Metasearch technologies are complementary tools that can powerfully improve the experience of today's information seeker. This series of workshops will take you from the foundations to the cutting edge of these new directions in information technology. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from leading experts and innovators.

Science Research Portal - Search Page

a free, publicly available web portal allowing access to numerous scientific journals and public science databases. It allows students, teachers, professors, researchers, and the general public to access pertinent science information quickly and easily.