So, how does this relate to my blog of last week? Well, would it not be nice that if your blog uses the markup as suggested in that blog, that you automatically get links to PubChem and Google? That is now possible with a small GPL-ed Greasemonkey script called blogchemistry.user.js.
The Greasemonkey plugin requires Firefox to be installed. If ready, install the script by clicking this link earlier, and the Greasemonkey will ask you if you want to install the script. After, check the output for this RDFa markup content:
- a SMILES: CCO
- a CAS registry number: 50-00-0
- and an InChI: InChI=1/CH4/h1H4
It should look like the output for this blog item:
Note the superscript PubChem and Google links.
Update: there was something wrong with the download, which I just fixed (19th, at 8:45 CET). Please download once more to get it working properly.