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Counter COUNTER provides the standard that enables the knowledge community to count the use of electronic resources. Known as the Code of Practice, the standard ensures vendors and publishers can provide their library customers with consistent, credible and comparable usage data.
COUNTER provides the standard that enables the knowledge community to count the use of electronic resources. Known as the Code of Practice, the...
Enhanced Networked Monographs Enhanced Networked Monographs (ENM) is an experimental project developed by New York University. It provides a free platform for topic-based and full-text searching on a corpus of books from NYU Press, University of Minnesota Press, and the University of Michigan Press. The platform consists of the ENM search application plus generated topic pages and the customized version of the Topic Curation Toolkit (TCT) used to power/generate them.
Enhanced Networked Monographs (ENM) is an experimental project developed by New York University. It provides a free platform for topic-based and...
epub.js epub.js is a JavaScript library that provides a robust drop-in EPUB reader application to any website, providing styling, pagination, and persistence. The project comes from FuturePress, an offshoot of the UC Berkeley School of Information.
epub.js is a JavaScript library that provides a robust drop-in EPUB reader application to any website, providing styling, pagination, and...
Hypothesis Hypothesis is an open source web annotation tool.
Hypothesis is an open source web annotation tool.
Lens Lens is an online article-reading environment developed by eLife that ”by treating a JATS journal article as a database”makes it possible to explore figures, figure descriptions, references and more without losing one's place in the article text. Lens was designed using the Substance libraries. Much of its functionality is now in eLife's Libero Editor tool.
Lens is an online article-reading environment developed by eLife that ”by treating a JATS journal article as a database”makes it possible to...
Memento Memento is a standard protocol (IETF RFC 7089) to connect the present representation of a web resource with past representations of that resource. "With Memento, you are able to access a version of a Web resource as it existed at some date in the past, by entering that resource's HTTP address in your browser like you always do, and by specifying the desired date in a browser plug-in." (from http://mementoweb.org/about/)
Memento is a standard protocol (IETF RFC 7089) to connect the present representation of a web resource with past representations of that...
OSF Preprints Branded preprint servers backed by the OSF.
Branded preprint servers backed by the OSF.
Peer Community In The “Peer Community in” (PCI) is a non-profit scientific organization that aims to create specific communities of researchers reviewing and recommending, for free, unpublished preprints in their field
The “Peer Community in” (PCI) is a non-profit scientific organization that aims to create specific communities of researchers reviewing and...
Rebus Ink Rebus Ink is a web-based digital reading application built to help scholars construct arguments. It's a personal, online workspace that lets you do more with digital texts, focusing on scholarly reading and research, note-taking, citations, and collections management. Rebus Ink is built on open principles: open source, open web, open APIs, with a focus on user-data portability and privacy.
Rebus Ink is a web-based digital reading application built to help scholars construct arguments. It's a personal, online workspace that lets you do...
Zotero Zotero is a desktop and/or network-based reference-management software for scholars. It has the ability to organize, collect, and format references and bibliographies for MS Word, LibreOffice, Google Docs, and other text-editing software. It also supports an enormous number of citation styles, and also provides a well designed document (web and PDF) collection and note-taking facility. Zotero is a social network that facilitates group collaboration, sharing, and publishing of reference lists. Originally developed in 2006 at George Mason U, Zotero is now a robust desktop tool as well as a full-featured web application, used by over 5 million scholars.
Zotero is a desktop and/or network-based reference-management software for scholars. It has the ability to organize, collect, and format references...
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