Nick Day’s CrystalEye system
and here’s what you get if you follow the link:
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This is immediate – Nick’s robots determine when a new issue has come out and various publishers are talking to us about providing RSS feeds of new issues or new articles (talked with BMC and IUCr yesterday). It makes it a lot simpler.
The possibilities are enormous. All the information is semantic and can be turned into RDF. Andrew Walkingshaw has done this and in a later post he or I will show how to search for information contained in the CIF files. If you are only interested in Cu-N bonds there is a special feed exactly for that purpose.
Tags: crystaleye, rss