Updating citations in both this blog and the CiteULike location is too onerous a task to continue.
Here are some weaknesses of the existing blog:
- Posting articles in this blog is time consuming and strips relevant information.
- Searching for past posts in this blog is difficult, with too many tags for each article, and no distinction between authors, journals, and keywords in the tagging system.
- Downloading a citation is difficult, if you wish to enter the citation into your own database
- Links are often difficult to manage, since sometimes the DOI link is unavailable, and other links are restricted.
The list could go on, but I won't. CiteULike addresses nearly all these concerns. It is richer, easier, and more dynamic than this blog. It is the appropriate tool for the task.
One added benefit of the PERticles blog on CiteULike is that anyone who joins the group can post articles. Yes, anyone. That means you. Joss Ives has been a great help, and I certainly hope that others join in.
What can you do on CiteULike?
- You can join the group by clicking on the obvious link, called “Join This Group.”
- When visiting the library, you can modify tags, discuss papers in a forum, blog about the papers, or download the full citation in a variety of formats.
- By subscribing to the library, you can keep up with what everyone else posts.
The peasant is dead - long live the peasant. CiteULike is the new location for the PERticles blog. Thanks for subscribing to this blog - join us and join in at the new, improved PERticle blog.