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s of articles. It can also involve looking for related articles, or related objects, or articles about those objects in over a dozen different databases, e.g., finding reference codes of objects, finding the experimental source, examining the observation itself, finding publications at the website of experiment, following references to other external(More)
J im gray's passion for escience was admired by many, but few were aware of his deep desire to apply computing to increase the productivity of scholars and accelerate the pace of discovery and innovation for scientific researchers. Several authors in Part 4 of this book knew and worked with Jim. All of the authors not only share his vision but are actively(More)
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