Data shared via the Talis Platform is available for use in a wide range of contexts. Data can be accessed via a growing set of consistent and accessible Web Services, suitable both for enriching existing applications or constructing whole new user experiences that leverage the full potential of the Platform capabilities.
The National Library of Australia, in collaboration with the Australian State and Territory libraries, are creating a free online service that gives full-text searching of newspaper articles. This will include newspapers published in each state and territory from the 1800s to the mid-1950s, when copyright applies. The first Australian newspaper, published in Sydney in 1803, is included in the program. The Beta service contains 70,000 newspaper pages from 1803 onwards and additional pages are being added each week.
The API returns web addresses of public pages and publicly declared connections between them. The API cannot access non-public information, such as private profile pages or websites accessible to a limited group of friends.
APML allows you to share your own personal Attention Profile in much the same way that OPML allows the exchange of reading lists between News Readers. The idea is to compress all forms of Attention Data into a portable file format containing a description
Semantic annotation enables the development of efficient computational methods for analyzing and interacting with information, thus maximizing its value. With the already substantial and constantly expanding data generation capacity of the life sciences a