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Just wanted to mention a web2.0ish(?) text-mining ...

2007-08-30T02:56:00.000+00:00

Just wanted to mention a web2.0ish(?) text-mining app we developed:
Visual Medical Dictionary

Please check it out if you get a chance.



The Postgenomic Greasemonkey script works best whe...

2007-07-03T14:19:00.000+00:00

The Postgenomic Greasemonkey script works best when looking at journal Table of Contents pages. Unfortunately, BMC is one of the small number of major publishers who do not put the DOIs on the Table of Contents pages. That's so Web 1.0!

BTW, the extended script is not just a trackback - it also has a popup containing the first few lines of the blog article.



Thanks for the mention on the Greasemonkey script....

2007-06-30T13:10:00.000+00:00

Thanks for the mention on the Greasemonkey script. I would hope that BMC would collaborate with Postgenomic (Nature) to show trackbacks from Postgenomic directly from server side. I think that a lot of people that might be interested in reading blog comments on papers will not be aware that they can get them via Greasemonkey.
Also, the same way we can display the blog trackbacks, if BMC had a standard way of communicating the highly accessed papers (or even hits per paper) this could be used for example to include it in Pubmed via Greasemonkey.