Previously, my blog posts relating to semantic publishing have appeared in this Open Citations Blog.
However, because of the merger of the Open Citations Project with the Related Work Project, described here, this Open Citations Blog has been renamed Open Citations and Related Work and has been opened to contributions from others involved in developing Open Citations and Related Work.
It thus makes sense that future blog posts concerned with semantic publishing be given a separate distinct home – a new Semantic Publishing Blog available at at http://semanticpublishing.wordpress.com/ – to which previous blog posts on the semantic publishing theme that originally appeared in this Open Citations Blog will be copied.
Those interested should follow both the Open Citations and Related Work Blog and the Semantic Publishing Blog, and may also be interested in the third more specialized blog concerning the on-line creation of research data management plans, entitled Creating data management plans online that is available at http://datamanagementplanning.wordpress.com/.
David Shotton writes: With the return of Heinrich Hartmann and René Pickhardt to Germany and their involvement in other things, the potential collaboration between the Open Citations Project and their Related Works project came to nothing. Separately, the corpus has recently been renamed OpenCitations and given a new lease of life, described here, with Silvio Peroni as Co-Director. For this reason, this blog was re-named “OpenCitations” on 30th March 2017.
Cite this blog post
davidshotton (2013, February 1). The start of something new. OpenCitations blog. Retrieved February 26, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/sjcy