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Demonstrators presented here are for your information, interest
and evaluation. You are welcome to mail comments and suggestions about
this service to Steve Hitchcock,
the project manager.
For more on what to expect from the service, read on below, or go
to working results.
You can also see an earlier demonstration
of reference linking produced by the Open Journal project, in which a number of partners from OpCit were involved.
About the OpCit demonstrators
The Open Citation project is a research and development project which began
in October 1999. In terms of features the current version of the demonstrator exceeds the plan outlined in the original project proposal. It presents reference links and citation analysis of over 150 000 papers from the arXiv physics archives.
In future versions we hope to show links to papers in more disciplines (not just physics), to more archives
participating in the Open Archives initiative, and to other publishing
and library services too.
In building the demonstrator the ultimate intent is to:
- help you to access specified documents, or to provide you with advanced tools based on citation analysis to identify suitable documents that might assist a research query
link documents from wherever they may be served (mostly servers participating in the Open
and allow you to select the desired version of the requested document
With this in mind, please proceed
to the link demonstrator.
The OpCit Project
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