humphries at MAIL.UTEXAS.EDU
Wed Nov 2 10:48:36 CET 2005
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 first
>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 forwarded
>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
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX 78712
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