[open-science] New version of Open Knowledge Maps

Tom Morris tfmorris at gmail.com
Fri Mar 24 04:36:12 UTC 2017

Obviously "open knowledge" is a pretty generic phrase, but
OKF/OKFN/OKI/OKwhateverThey'reCallingThemselvesThisWeek is one of the
better known and more long established organizations using the phrase as
part of their name.

What is the relationship of OKMaps to OK*?


On Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at 12:06 PM, Peter Kraker <
pkraker at openknowledgemaps.org> wrote:

> Dear all,
> we are happy to announce that Open Knowledge Maps, the visual interface to
> the world's scientific knowledge, is now connected to one of the largest
> academic search engines in the world: BASE.
> This means, you are able to visualize a research topic from 100+ million
> documents. And for the first time, you can now search within different
> types of resources, including datasets and software. We would like to thank
> our collaborators BASE and rOpenSci for their outstanding support in making
> this happen!
> We have also spent a lot of time improving the naming of the sub-areas to
> make the concepts in a field more visible - which means that this update
> improves our existing PubMed integration too.
> Open Knowledge Maps follows the motto "open science, all the way". From
> our roadmap to our source code and our data, we publish everything under an
> open license. As always, we welcome any feedback you may have!
> https://openknowledgemaps.org
> Best,
> Peter
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