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The OpenCitations Data Model

Marilena Daquino, Silvio Peroni & David Shotton
This document describes the OpenCitations Data Model (OCDM), the data model used to model all such bibliographic and citation data exposed in any OpenCitation dataset in RDF, the ‘language’ of the Semantic Web, in particular by employing the OpenCitations SPAR (Semantic Publishing and Referencing) Ontologies. Such usage permits the publication of bibliographic and citation data as Linked Open Data, thereby conferring machine readability and interoperability of the data on the Web. This OpenCitations Data Model...

Botox Facial Injection Guide, Novel Technique , case seiries

Amr Tuhami, Asmaa Seliem, Mahmoud Ezzat & Islam Kassem
Computer Guided 3D Facial esthetics Simulation integrating 3D Facial Guided Digital Smile Design

Computer Guided 3D Facial esthetics Simulation integrating 3D Facial Guided Digital Smile Design

Amr Tuhami, Islam Kassem & Mohamed Al Alem
Computer Guided 3D Facial esthetics Simulation integrating 3D Facial Guided Digital Smile Design

Дослідження систем заселення давньоруського Поросся

Artem Borysov
Борисов, А. В. (2009a). Дослідження систем заселення давньоруського Поросся. Тези Міжнародної наукової конференції «Східноєвропейські старожитності в добу середньовіччя», присвяченої 90-річчю з дня народження видатного вітчизняного археолога Б.О. Тимощука (м. Чернівці, 10-11 квітня 2009 р.), 11.

Городище поблизу села Шарки. Історія дослідження та сучасний стан

Artem Borysov
Борисов, А. В. (2007). Городище поблизу села Шарки. Історія дослідження та сучасний стан. Місце і значення Поросся в історії України (IX-XVII ст.) : матеріали науково-практичної конференції (м. Корсунь-Шевченківський, 28 листопада 2007 р.), 110–112.

Identification of Novel Death-Associated Protein Kinase 2 Interaction Partners by Proteomic Screening Coupled with Bimolecular Fluorescence Complementation

Barbara Geering
Figure 1.Effects of LRRK2 kinase inhibition in primary microglia. A–F, ICC of primary murine microglia for LRRK2 (green), CD11b (red), and DAPI (blue) after saline (A–C) or Tat (D–F) treatment with or without LRRK-IN-1 and GSK2578215A (40×). G, Western blot of pS935–LRRK2, total LRRK2, and β-actin protein levels 6 h after saline or Tat treatment with or without LRRK2-IN-1 and GSK2578215A. H, Tat-induced pS935–LRRK2 is significantly decreased by LRRK2-IN-1 and GSK2578215A (**p < 0.01, one-way...

High-dose fast infusion of parenteral iron isomaltoside is efficacious in inflammatory bowel disease patients with iron-deficiency anaemia without profound changes in phosphate or fibroblast growth factor 23

Jens Frederik Dahlerup, Bent A. Jacobsen, Janneke Van Der Woude, Lars-Åke Bark, Lars L. Thomsen & Stefan Lindgren
Objective: Iron isomaltoside (Monofer®) is a high-dose intravenous iron preparation with good tolerability and efficacy in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients with iron deficiency anaemia (IDA). This trial evaluates the safety and efficacy, including effect on intact fibroblast growth factor 23 (iFGF23) of a high single dose and cumulative doses of iron isomaltoside in IBD patients with IDA. Materials and methods: The trial was a prospective, open-label, multi-centre trial conducted in IBD patients with IDA....

Endoscopic treatments for rectal neuroendocrine tumors smaller than 16 mm: a meta-analysis

Hai-Ping Zhang, Wei Wu, Sheng Yang & Jun Lin
Objective: Endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR), including conventional EMR (c-EMR) and modified EMR (m-EMR), was applied to remove small rectal neuroendocrine tumors (NETs). We aim to evaluate treatment outcomes of endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD), m-EMR and c-EMR for rectal NETs <16 mm. Methods: The PubMed, Cochrane Library and Elsevier Science Direct were searched to identify eligible articles. After quality assessment and data extraction, meta-analysis was performed. The main outcomes were complete resection rate, overall complication rate,...

Cross-validation indices

Jun Cheng
Five-fold cross validation indices used in our paper

Digital Research Report: Evidence for excellence: has the signal overtaken the substance? An analysis of journal articles submitted to RAE2008

Digital Science
A massive volume and diversity of data is associated with research. Most people are familiar with analyses of publications and citations (bibliometrics), especially around research performance benchmarking. They are aware that such analyses have both limitations and flaws and are often misused. But performance is only one part of the publication story and bibliometrics are only one part of the data portfolio. This report looks at what publication analysis can tell us about other aspects...

Workshop Report - Shaking It Up: How To Thrive In - And Change - The Research Ecosystem

Digital Science
On November 24th, a cross-section of colleagues working in the scholarly publishing and communication space joined up for a fantastic day of demos, discussions and sharing best practices. Held at Microsoft’s NERD Space in Cambridge, MA, the workshop included a cross-section of participants to share success stories and challenges of innovating in the research space: • What are the most prevalent pain points for researchers today?
• How are innovators in the research space reaching out...

Digital Research Report: Altmetric mentions and the communication of medical research

Digital Science, Jonathan Adams & Tamar Loach
Disseminating research outcomes outside academia. Funded by Nesta, the report looks at whether data emerging from media ‘mentions’ of research provide timely indicators of outcomes linked to social and technical innovation for stakeholders in networks beyond academia.

Digital Research Report: The Implications of International Research Collaboration for UK Universities

Digital Science & Tamar Loach
Digital Science reports in collaboration with the International Unit at Universities UK (UUK) on the significance of international academic collaboration across the UK research base.
The report focuses on the implications of EU and global collaboration for universities, research assessment and the economy. International collaboration is increasingly prevalent, accounting for more than half of the UK’s annual research output across UK universities; this is associated with increased citation impact.
The main findings of the report...

Digital Research Report: The Diversity of UK Research and Knowledge - Analyses from the REF impact case studies

Digital Science, Tamar Loach, Jonathan Adams & Martin Szomszor
The UK’s most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF2014), for the first time evidenced the economic and societal impact of university research through a total of 6,975 case studies. This Digital Research Report on ‘The Diversity of UK Research and Knowledge’ introduces this dataset and contains visualisations of the knowledge networks underpinning the impact of UK university research. Alongside it lies an interactive visualisation, see www.digital-science.com/visualizations/ref-case-study-similarity-network.

Digital Research Report: The Societal and Economic Impacts of Academic Research - International perspectives on good practice and managing evidence

Digital Science, Tamar Loach, Jonathan Adams & Martin Szomszor
A report produced by Digital Science, together with an international collaboration of leading higher education professionals and policy experts who give their views on the global impact agenda in research policy and discuss what evidence of impact is useful to them.As more countries hold research institutions accountable for the socio-economic impact of research, the report gathers insight and guidance from leading professionals across the globe. The perspectives include:
Jonathan Adams, Tamar Loach and Martin Szomszor (Digital...

Digital Research Report: The Implications of International Research Collaboration for UK Universities

Digital Science & Tamar Loach
Digital Science reports in collaboration with the International Unit at Universities UK (UUK) on the significance of international academic collaboration across the UK research base.
The report focuses on the implications of EU and global collaboration for universities, research assessment and the economy. International collaboration is increasingly prevalent, accounting for more than half of the UK’s annual research output across UK universities; this is associated with increased citation impact.
The main findings of the report...

Examining Implications of Brexit for the UK Research Base

Digital Science, Martin Szomszor & Daniel Hook
Independent data research by Digital Science reveals that leading British institutions and companies, including the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford, Rolls-Royce, BT and the BBC, could stand to lose significant EU funding for R&D if the UK government doesn’t plug the gap.

Digital Research Report: The Societal and Economic Impacts of Academic Research - International perspectives on good practice and managing evidence

Digital Science, Tamar Loach, Jonathan Adams & Martin Szomszor
A report produced by Digital Science, together with an international collaboration of leading higher education professionals and policy experts who give their views on the global impact agenda in research policy and discuss what evidence of impact is useful to them.As more countries hold research institutions accountable for the socio-economic impact of research, the report gathers insight and guidance from leading professionals across the globe. The perspectives include:
Jonathan Adams, Tamar Loach and Martin Szomszor (Digital...

Digital Research Report: The Societal and Economic Impacts of Academic Research - International perspectives on good practice and managing evidence

Digital Science, Tamar Loach, Jonathan Adams & Martin Szomszor
A report produced by Digital Science, together with an international collaboration of leading higher education professionals and policy experts who give their views on the global impact agenda in research policy and discuss what evidence of impact is useful to them.As more countries hold research institutions accountable for the socio-economic impact of research, the report gathers insight and guidance from leading professionals across the globe. The perspectives include:
Jonathan Adams, Tamar Loach and Martin Szomszor (Digital...

Digital Science White Paper: A New ‘Research Data Mechanics’

Digital Science & Simon Porter
Research metadata forms the information network that connects researchers, research institutions, funders, publishers, and research service providers together. How well information flows across this community has direct implications on how well research activity can be supported, and fundamentally how efficiently we can move research forward. Through highlighting six recent advances in research infrastructure, this whitepaper seeks to recast how we think about metadata - not as a series of static records, but as objects that...

Digital Science White Paper: A New ‘Research Data Mechanics’

Digital Science & Simon Porter
Research metadata forms the information network that connects researchers, research institutions, funders, publishers, and research service providers together. How well information flows across this community has direct implications on how well research activity can be supported, and fundamentally how efficiently we can move research forward. Through highlighting six recent advances in research infrastructure, this whitepaper seeks to recast how we think about metadata - not as a series of static records, but as objects that...

Arctic Research Publications: Scholarly Output Trends Using the Russian Index of Scientific Citations. A Working Paper

Dr. Olga V. Moskaleva, Dr. Igor A. Osipov, Dr. Gennady Eremenko, Dr. Diane Hirshberg, Dr. Lars Kullerud, Giles Radford & Christian Herzog
UArctic recently collaborated with ÜberResearch to produce a report entitled “International Arctic Research: Analyzing Global Funding Trends - A Pilot Report”.The nature of the Dimensions database means that that analysis was based upon project funding data. This working paper undertakes a preliminary analysis of how a similar approach could be used with a publications database, utilising the Russian Index of Scientific Citations (RISC) data.

International Arctic Research: Analyzing Global Funding Trends. A Pilot Report

Dr. Igor A. Osipov, Giles Radford, Dr. Dag W. Aksnes, Lars Kullerud, Dr. Diane Hirshberg, Dr. Peter Skold, Dr. Kirsi Latola, Dr. Olga V. Moskaleva & Aaron A. Sorensen
This pilot analysis is the result of an exploratory collaboration between the UArctic Science & Research Analytics Task Force and Digital Science's international research teams. The aim was to assess the global funding landscape around Arctic-related research for the decade spanning 2006 to 2015 using the funding data from the Dimensions dataset, which includes information from over 200 funders on more than 2,500,000 projects with funding totalling $1 trillion+ (in US Dollars). This project is...

The State of Open Data Report

Jon Treadway, Mark Hahnel, Sabina Leonelli, Dan Penny, David Groenewegen, Nobuko Miyairi, Kazuhiro Hayashi, Daniel O'Donnell, Digital Science & Daniel Hook
A selection of analyses and articles about open data, curated by Figshare. Foreword by Sir Nigel Shadbolt.

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