Archive for Nov 5, 2012

More eLife Articles on PubMed Central — The Government Subsidy Continues

More articles are published by PubMed Central at the behest of eLife. It seems taxpayer-funded publishing is just fine for this new group. Continue reading

These Data Are Different from Those — Data Equivalence and Identification Issues

As communications in science begin to incorporate data elements more routinely, the standards for describing these, versioning these, and preserving these have to be considered. And we will all have to learn how to use data labeling processes correctly. Continue reading

Side Dishes by Stewart Wills

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