Computer Science Professor funded by NSF for Open Science Research Project

October 13, 2020 - Manhattan, KS, USA – Open science is the movement to make scientific research and data accessible to all, with an end result of sharing this knowledge through the publishing of open scientific research, campaigning for open access and generally making it easier to publish and communicate scientific knowledge.

Towards FAIR Principles for Research Software

June 24, 2020 - The most viewed article in Data Science in the first half of 2020 focuses on FAIR principles in relation to research software. The position paper analyzes where the existing principles can directly be applied to software, where they need to be adapted or reinterpreted, and where the definition of additional principles is required. Here, we provide extracts from the article intoducing the four foundational FAIR principles in the context of research data. First, a little bit of background.

Designing a Scalable Infrastructure for Journal Websites

April 27, 2020 - Publishing scholarly content is the crux of all the IOS Press journals and enabling discoverability of that content is a high priority. Launching a dedicated website is an excellent tool for enhancing visibility while providing a platform for additional features to offer the journal’s audience. Read on to find out about the journey IOS Press has taken to maximize the digital experience of its new journal websites.

LD Connect Beta Version 2 Now Available from IOS Press

October 16, 2019 - Amsterdam/Santa Barbara – IOS Press is pleased to announce the availability of LD Connect 2.0 (Beta). This linked data portal with an improved user interface currently contains linked IOS Press (meta)data from more than 132,000 journal articles and book chapters and over 330,000 authors resulting in more than 16 million triples.

IOS Press Launches Linked Data Portal

April 9, 2018 - Amsterdam/Santa Barbara – IOS Press is pleased to announce the beta launch of its Linked Data Portal: LD Connect. LD Connect contains linked metadata of all IOS Press books and journals. Making machine-readable metadata publicly available via this new platform opens up a wide range of opportunities.