r.page at BIO.GLA.AC.UK
Wed Nov 2 17:50:04 CET 2005
I've put some quick notes up here:
Ideally, if a source provides XML (or something similarly easy to
handle, it can be added). As part of other projects I've been playing
with getting specimen data from DiGIR providers, for example.
NCBI search us
On 2 Nov 2005, at 16:48, Julian H wrote:
> At 10:33 AM 11/2/2005, you wrote:
>> For fun I've created a site that searches three data sources - NCBI,
>> Yahoo images, and Google Scholar for information on a taxonomic name.
>> If you type in a name you get information on whether that organism has
>> been sequenced (and if so, how many sequences are available), the
>> five images Yahoo finds on the web, and up to 10 documents from Google
>> Scholar (with DOIs and links to PubMed, where available ).
>> If you'd like to try it go to http://ispecies.org (you'll get
>> to a machine here in Glasgow).
> Very cool. Do you have a page on "how it works"? What would be
> needed to add another source?
> Keep up the good work, Julian
> Julian Humphries
> Geological Sciences
> University of Texas at Austin
> Austin, TX 78712
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