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  1. Nov 2020
    1. RecommendationsWarmer digital libraries cannot be achieved by software tools alone. The digital libraries themselves can take simple steps to make data and metadata more amenable to human and automated use, making their content more useful and useable. Only with proper and better access to linked data and metadata can the tools that computational biologists require be built. We make the following recommendations to achieve this goal.

      Simple URIs Persistent URIs Exposing metadata Identifying publications Identifying people

    2. Some Tools for Defrosting LibrariesAlthough libraries can be cold, the tools described in this section could potentially make them much warmer. They do this in two main ways. Personalization allows users to say this is my library, the sources I am interested in, my collection of references, as well as literature I have authored or co-authored

      Zotero.org and Mendeley MyNCBI Mekentosj Papers CiteULike.org Connotea.org HubMed.org

    3. highlights some problems with using current digital libraries, for both humans and machines. In particular, see the following list. Identity Crisis. There is no universal method to retrieve a given paper, because there is no single way of identifying publications across all digital libraries on the Web. Although various identification schemes such as the PubMed identifier (PMID), Digital Object Identifier (DOI), ISBN, and many others, exist, there is not yet one identity system to “rule them all.” Get Metadata. Publication metadata often gets “divorced” from the data it is about, and this forces users to manage each independently, a cumbersome and error-prone process. Most PDF files, for example, do not contain embedded metadata that can be easily extracted [110]. Likewise, for publications on the Web there is no universal method to retrieve metadata. For any given publication, it is not possible for a machine or human to retrieve metadata using a standard method. Instead there are many inadequate options to choose from, which add unnecessary complexity to obtaining accurate metadata. Which metadata? There is no single way of representing metadata, and without adherence to common standards (which largely already exist, but in a plurality) there never will be. EndNote (RIS) and BibTeX are common, but again, neither format is used universally across all libraries.

    4. La gama de bibliotecas actualmente disponibles en la Web se describe a continuación, comenzando con aquellas que se enfocan en disciplinas específicas (como ACM, IEEE y PubMed) hasta bibliotecas que cubren una gama más amplia de disciplinas científicas, como ISI WOK y Google Scholar.

    5. Define el contenido del articulo: desde la búsqueda de la información, cómo están organizadas las bibliotecas digitales, con el uso de los DOIs y URIs, los problemas de la identificación de metadatos durante la búsqueda y utilización, las herramientas para acceso a las bibliotecas y lo que en un futuro (nuestro presente); hasta las recomendaciones para un mejor uso de las bibliotecas: identificación de publicaciones y las personas; y los obstáculos aún presentes de cómo identificar la información más adecuada y compartirla.