Scholarly scientific publications have a pretty standard structure: Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, References. One of the primary purposes of this structure is to...
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There's a discussion of librarian expertise on FriendFeed right now in the LSW room. It prompted me to look for this post and when I realized how long ago it was I decided to repost here. Gosh, I used to have more time for posting! In trying to define exploratory search for a current project, […]
Submitted by guest contributor Stacy Konkiel, Science Data Management Librarian, Indiana University <email@example.com> Most current call-to-arms in scientific publishing invoke the idea of an “executable paper”—an article format that can truly take advantage of web-native publishing, leveraging embedded code and …read more