[ensembl-dev] Quality of studies/papers
ispadoto at usp.br
Wed Aug 16 13:34:53 BST 2017
Actually, this would not be a relevant issue to the purpose given to the Ensembl API, but anyway thank the proposed way!
I will search about.
> Em 16 de ago de 2017, à(s) 08:57, Emily Perry <emily at ebi.ac.uk> escreveu:
> Hi Ibere
> I'm not sure how this question is relevant to our APIs. You may want to look into Europe PMC who provide things like the number of times a paper has been cited, eg:
> They also have APIs for accessing these kinds of data on a large scale:
> Obviously, the only real way to judge the quality of a paper is to read it.
> All the best
> On 16/08/2017 12:24, Ibere Spadoto wrote:
>> Hi guys!
>> I’m starting with Ensembl API researches and I’ve a doubt:
>> How I could know how strong and acceptable by the cientist community a study/paper is?
>> Somewhere I can do a query of a score or something like?
>> Thank you,
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