6 Matching Annotations
  1. Oct 2015
    1. Nevertheless, there is likely to be some intrinsic difference(s) between 2009 NIH funded articles deposited vs. not deposited in PMC, that we have not defined precisely, and which deserve further analysis.

      I think this is an unavoidable flaw with the data analysed in this article: it's not possible to tell whether the higher citation rate is caused by deposit in PMC or whether there's just a correlation where the articles most likely to have low citation rates were not deposited.

  2. Jun 2015
    1. <link href=“uri-to-an-alternate”; rel=“alternate”; media=“application/xml”; title=“title”>

      The format of the <link> tag should be as follows:

      <link href="uri-to-an-alternate" rel="alternate" type="application/xml" title="title">
      

      Note that the attribute name for the MIME type is "type", not "media".

    2. Link: “uri-to-an-alternate” rel=“alternate” media=“application/xml” title=“title”

      According to RFC 5988, the format of the HTTP header should be as follows:

      Link: <uri-to-an-alternate>; rel="alternate"; type="application/xml"; title="title"
      

      Note that the property name for the MIME type is "type", not "media".

  3. Apr 2015
    1. 37°C

      Is there data that shows the preferred temperature range of these cells, for optimum growth?

    2. the via bookmarklet /is/ our bookmarklet

      This seems like a good idea to me. I hadn't realised that some bookmarklets can still run even under CSP (like here), and I'm beginning to prefer having the annotation interface at a separate URL (especially as they're not visible by default on the original page).

  4. Mar 2015
    1. 37°C

      Is there data that shows the preferred temperature range of these cells, for optimum growth?