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What is Greycite?

on September 7, 2012 by Phillip Lord in greycite, How To, Comments (0)

Greycite is a tool which extracts bibliographic metadata from a web page. It stores this metadata, and then makes it available for either computational use by tools such as […]

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Changing the Container Title

on August 23, 2012 by Phillip Lord in How To, kblog-metadata, Comments (0)

Kblog-metadata stores and displays metadata about posts either visually (http://process.knowledgeblog.org/235), or for computational agents such as Greycite (http://knowledgeblog.org/greycite) to use. In this article, we describe the container title, how […]

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Adding Multiple Authors to a Post

on August 22, 2012 by Phillip Lord in How To, kblog-metadata, Comments (2)

A common requirement from academics is be able to have multiple authors for a given article. Kblog-metadata provides this ability within the WordPress environment. It differs from related plugins […]

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Citing URLs with Kcite

on August 21, 2012 by Phillip Lord in How To, kcite, Comments (1)

The Kcite plugin (http://knowledgeblog.org/kcite-plugin) generates bibliographies in kblog articles from a variety of different article identifiers, including arXiv, PubMed and DOIs. Kcite now also supports simple URLs (http://www.russet.org.uk/blog/2078). In […]

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Citations and Download with Kblog-metadata

on August 20, 2012 by Phillip Lord in How To, kblog-metadata, Comments (3)

The Kblog-metadata plugin (http://knowledgeblog.org/kblog-metadata) provides general facilities for recording, displaying and releasing bibliographic metadata about an article. While it is possible to use kblog-metadata purely as a tool for […]

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How to Write a Review for Knowledge Blog

on May 30, 2011 by Phillip Lord in How To, Under Review, Comments (1)

Kblog is an open environment based around providing as much access to information as possible. This includes the reviewing process. All reviews are publicly accessible, as are the identities […]

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Posting to a Knowledge Blog in asciidoc

on by Phillip Lord in How To, Under Review, Comments (0)

It is possible to use the asciidoc to publish to a Knowledge Blog. This document describes why you might wish to do this, and how this is achieved. Author […]

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Posting to a Knowledge Blog using Google Docs

on September 14, 2010 by Simon Cockell in How To, Under Review, Comments (0)

It is possible to use Google Docs as your blogging tool on Knowledgeblog. This post explains how this is accomplished, and serves as an example of the process, since […]

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Posting to a Knowledge Blog using Windows Live Writer

on by Simon Cockell in How To, Under Review, Comments (0)

Windows Live Writer is a Microsoft tool for Windows desktops specifically designed for blog authoring. The process for using it as an authoring tool for Knowledgeblogs is simple. This […]

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Posting to a Knowledgeblog using Microsoft Word 2007

on August 17, 2010 by Simon Cockell in How To, Under Review, Comments (0)

It is possible to use Word 2007 as your blogging tool on Knowledgeblogs. This post explains how this is accomplished, and serves as an example of the process, since […]

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