Posts Tagged ‘epublishing’

Data Sharing, Embargo, and Big Science | MassGenomics

Saturday, June 29th, 2013

An interesting blog post on data release by consortia including ENCODE.

PubMed Help – Searching for specific last and first authors

Sunday, December 30th, 2012

From some useful field descriptors, include:

Last author = [Lastau]
First author = [1au]
Grant = [GR]

Here are some examples employing these from the end of 2012:

(1) My overall query (from papers page, =

((Gerstein M[Author] NOT (1957[dp] : 1990[dp])) NOT 10787728[UID] NOT 11744447[UID] NOT 14663468[UID] NOT 14730174[UID] NOT 16081066[UID] NOT 14663468[UID] NOT 17270657[UID] NOT 21243890[UID] NOT
21406498[UID] NOT 21945273[UID]OR 15499007[UID] OR 17571346[UID] OR 17571346[UID] OR 8877505[UID] OR 8816770[UID] OR 7540695[UID] OR 7567918[UID] OR 7567918[UID] OR 7577841[UID] OR 7567917[UID] OR 7643385[UID] OR 8749848[UID] OR 8808580[UID] OR 8120887[UID] OR 8029203[UID] OR 8204609[UID] OR 7922041[UID] OR 7584390[UID] OR 8078776[UID] OR 8428572[UID] OR 8429559[UID] OR 8464069[UID] OR 8234227[UID] OR 8230220[UID] OR 1584800[UID] OR 2067013[UID] OR 20981092[UID] OR 21526222[UID])

==> yields 426 papers (from my total of 449)

(2) Last author papers

(2a) Gerstein M[Lastau] AND
==> yields 242 last author papers

(2b) GM[GR] AND Gerstein M[lastau] AND
==> yields 33 of 242 last author papers supported by NIH/NIGMS

(2c) GM[HG] AND Gerstein M[lastau] AND
==> yields 45 of 242 last author papers supported by NIH/NHGRI

(3) 1st author papers

(3a) Gerstein M[1au] AND
==> yields 41 first author papers

(3b) Gerstein M[lastau] AND Gerstein M[1au] AND
==> yields 11 sole author papers

Newspapers as Luxury Goods: Murdoch and Sulzberger Have More in Common Than It Appears : The New Yorker

Monday, December 17th, 2012

>$1k/yr for subs to Times & Journal, isn’t sustainable for avg. incomes of $50k/yr

ImpactStory: tell the full story of your research impact

Saturday, November 17th, 2012

reaction to the Yale Roundtable Declaration

Friday, November 16th, 2012

R Peng blogged about a reaction to Yale Roundtable
Declaration from 2009.

Scientific publishing: Brought to book | The Economist

Saturday, November 3rd, 2012

Something’s Rotten in Bethesda — The Troubling Tale of PubMed Central, PubMed, and eLife « The Scholar ly Kitchen

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

Predicting Publishing Futures | The Scientist Magazine(R)

Friday, October 19th, 2012

Flows of Research Manuscripts Among Scientific Journals Reveal Hidden Submission Patterns

Friday, October 12th, 2012

Google’s New “Scholar Metrics” Have Potential, But Also Prove Problematic « The Scholarly Kitchen

Friday, April 27th, 2012