Liquid Publications: Scientific Publications meet the Web
Changing the way scientific knowledge is produced, disseminated, evaluated, and consumed.
The LiquidPub project ended with the project review on May 13th 2011.
- An extensive analysis on the effectiveness of peer review, citation based metrics, and of homophily effects in citation patterns;
- a tool and process (available for the use to the general public);
- Liquid books, a novel evolutionary model for writing books that mix the benefits of multi-author collaborations with the agility, freedom and simplicity of personal editions;
- a platform for creating knowledge-sharing communities and encourage conversations out of events and seminars. The platform is available for the use to the general public;
- A concept and model for scientific knowledge objects: implemented, available, and supporting multiple applications
- OpinioNet: measuring the social reputation of people and knowledge;
- Diversity-aware search, a tool for finding knowledge related to what you do produced in communities different from yours;
- LiquidPub GreenPaper, describing the summary of the achievements and proposing concrete recommendations to different stakeholders.