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= Journal Brainstorming =
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Part of the effort towards developing a scientific [[journal]] microformat (top level page needs creation for the overall effort) as part of the microformats [[process]]:
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* [[journal-examples]] (links to and analysis of markup of examples must be collected per [[process]])
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* [[journal-formats]]
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* [[journal-brainstorming]]
== Contributors ==
== Contributors ==
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* [http://people.opera.com/howcome Håkon Wium Lie]
* [http://people.opera.com/howcome Håkon Wium Lie]
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== Introduction ==
== Introduction ==
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This page discusses various thoughts and strawman proposals for a journal microformat.
This page discusses various thoughts and strawman proposals for a journal microformat.
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== Background ==
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HTML was developed in a scientific community to help researchers exchange information. However, HTML does not provide any special support for publishing scientific papers. Several [[journal-formats | XML-based formats]] offer a vocabulary of elements to publishers of scholarly journals.
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Journal efforts are not to be confused with the [[citation]] efforts. Journal brainstorming relates to the entire article's markup. Citations may point to such articles.
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== Background ==
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HTML was developed in a scientific community to help researchers exchange information. However, HTML does not provide any special support for publishing scientific papers. Should a microformat be developed for this purpose?
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== see also ==
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* [[events/2009-07-09-scibarcamp-open-data|SciBarCamp open science open data session]]

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Part of the effort towards developing a scientific journal microformat (top level page needs creation for the overall effort) as part of the microformats process:

Contents

Contributors

Introduction

This page discusses various thoughts and strawman proposals for a journal microformat.

Background

HTML was developed in a scientific community to help researchers exchange information. However, HTML does not provide any special support for publishing scientific papers. Several XML-based formats offer a vocabulary of elements to publishers of scholarly journals.

Journal efforts are not to be confused with the citation efforts. Journal brainstorming relates to the entire article's markup. Citations may point to such articles.

see also

Journal Brainstorming was last modified: Monday, July 27th, 2009

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