Tag Archives: open_bibliography

Weeknotes: Data mining, XML and bibliographies

It seems to be have been a week of frantic completion and refactoring. The first half was spent frantically converting html pages into PDFs using Verypdf’s HTMLtools server product. All in all the manual is very helpful and the test server could be set up quickly. It might have helped the other end if I’d […]

Bibliographica – open bibliographic sourcing and maintenance

Jonathan Gray of the Open Knowledge Foundation has a thought provoking post on the need for an Open Bibliographic Service which he calls Bibliographica. As he writes: lists of publications are an absolutely critical part of scholarship. They articulate the contours of a body of knowledge, and define the scope and focus of scholarly enquiry […]