Features Bi-directional links Permalinks (purls to follow) DOIs (datacite!) Versioning Extensibility Nice maths * (and mathjax) Syntax Highlighting Bibliographic Support (with DOIs, and incompletely CiTO) * ePUB and PDF (!?) export
Data Linking Bi-directional links require support at both ends Adding this generically Adding this for specific data sets (microarray) Data linking into papers
Old technology Most of this technology pre-exists So why don’t people use it! There is a good reason... TECHNOLOGY IS BORING
Content http://ontogenesis.knowledgeblog.org Now has 15k page views (not hits!) 25 articles, multiple authors Seeking pubmed inclusion Advertising: two blog articles about ontogenesis happened with 1 day of first article. http://taverna.knowledgeblog.org 10 articles About scientific workflows Supplement to myExperiment
Well... These stats are not going to scare either Elsevier or Wikipedia But, they are not bad either And it allows primary scientific content of many different forms We believe it can form part of the scientific landscape
Acknowledgements Phillip Lord (me!) Dan Swan Simon Cockell Robert Stevens (Manchester) Georgina Moulton (Manchester) Thanks also to JISC, David Shotton, BL, Datacite, and wordpress.