Tomasz Neugebauer

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In this research-in-progress paper, we present the design and pilot testing of an interface created to support the integration of bioinformatics analysis with biological laboratory research. The interface presents a task-based bioinformatics analysis protocol detailing the functional analysis of a gene sequence, a complex information task that is(More)
The following research questions structured our analysis: Does an open access institutional repository model respond to the needs of a non-academic documentation centre? Is EPrints software a good match to support the needs of the existing metadata describing Artexte’s collection? What are the customizations required to accommodate the existing Artexte(More)
Data visualization methods are necessary during the exploration and analysis activities of an increasingly data-intensive scientific process. There are few existing visualization methods for raw nucleotide sequences of a whole genome or chromosome. Software for data visualization should allow the researchers to create accessible data visualization(More)
This paper examines the development of the Open Access movement in scholarly communication, with particular attention to some of the rhetorical strategies and policy mechanisms used to promote it to scholars and scientists. Despite the majority of journal publishers’ acceptance of author self-archiving practices, and the minimal time commitment required by(More)
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