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Beautifying Data in the Real World

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This chapter from the O'Reilly book "Beautiful Data" describes the use of Open Notebook Science to crowdsource solubility data. The use of GoogleDocs, wikis, ChemSpider, RDF, the Chemistry Development Kit and Second Life is described.

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Willighagen, E., Bradley, JC., Guha, R. et al. Beautifying Data in the Real World. Nat Prec (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/npre.2010.4918.1

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  • Open Notebook Science
  • open science
  • solubility
  • GoogleDocs
  • ChemSpider
  • RDF
  • CDK
  • Second Life

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