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rplos - R client for the PLoS Journals API

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rplos is a package for accessing full text articles from the Public Library of Science journals using their API.You used to need a key to use rplos - you no longer do as of 2015-01-13 (or v0.4.5.999).

fulltext - An R api to search across and get full text for open access journals

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rOpenSci has a number of R packages to get either full text, metadata, or both from various publishers. The goal of fulltext is to integrate these packages to create a single interface to many data sources.Authorization: A number of publishers require authorization via API key, and some even more draconian authorization processes involving checking IP addresses. We are working on supporting all the various authorization things for different publishers, but of course all the OA content is already easily available.

rbhl - R interface to the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) API

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rbhl is an R interface to the Biodiversity Heritage Library API.You can output various formats using the as parameter, setting to table, list, json or xml.

rcrossref - R client for various CrossRef APIs

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The following functions all use the CrossRef API.cr_r() uses the function cr_works() internally.

rdpla - DPLA R client

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Digital Public Library of America brings together metadata from libraries, archives, and museums in the US, and makes it freely available via their web portal as well as an API. DPLA's portal and API don't provide the items themselves from contributing institutions, but they provide links to make it easy to find things. The kinds of things DPLA holds metadata for include images of works held in museums, photographs from various photographic collections, texts, sounds, and moving images.DPLA has a great API with good documentation - a rare thing in this world. Further documentation on their API can be found on their search fields and examples of queries. Metadata schema information here.

codemetar - an R package for generating and working with codemeta

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The goal of codemetar is to generate the JSON-LD file, codemeta.json containing software metadata describing an R package. For more general information about the CodeMeta Project for defining software metadata, see https://codemeta.github.io. In particular, new users might want to start with the User Guide, while those looking to learn more about JSON-LD and consuming existing codemeta files should see the Developer Guide. codemetar can take the path to the package root instead. This may allow codemetar to glean some additional information that is not available from the description file alone.

dataspice - :hot_pepper: Create lightweight schema.org descriptions of dataset

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Metadata fields are based on schema.org and other metadata standards. A fully worked example can be found here and a live preview of the output here. An example of how Google sees this can be found here.

meta_ps - Production and Consumption of APSR, BJPS, Perspectives, PS, and World Politics Articles

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Data are from five prominent political science journals: APSR, BJPS, Perspectives, PS, and World Politics. The data show that till well into the 1960s, the average article published in the APSR was solo-authored. Today, co-authored papers are the norm.

codemeta - Minimal metadata schemas for science software and code, in JSON-LD

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CodeMeta contributors are creating a minimal metadata schema for science software and code, in JSON and XML. The goal of CodeMeta is to create a concept vocabulary that can be used to standardize the exchange of software metadata across repositories and organizations. CodeMeta started by comparing the software metadata used across multiple repositories, which resulted in the CodeMeta Metadata Crosswalk. That crosswalk was then used to generate a set of software metadata concepts, which were arranged into a JSON-LD context for serialization. See https://codemeta.github.io for a visualization of the crosswalk table and guides for users and developers.

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