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Sunday, November 01, 2020

CiTO updates #1: first research paper in the Journal of Cheminformatics with CiTO annotation published

After a time of exploration of technical needs, idea, plans, the Journal of Cheminformatics launched its Citation Typing Ontology (CiTO) Pilot this summer (doi:10.1186/s13321-020-00448-1). I am very excited about this, because the CiTO tells us why we are citing literature. We are a very long way away from publishing industry adoption, but we have to start somewhere. Laeeq Ahmed et al. published a few weeks ago the first research article with CiTO annotation of references ("Predicting target profiles with confidence as a service using docking scores")!

Title, author list, and part of the abstract of the article by Ahmed et al.

Title, author list, and part of the abstract of the article by Ahmed et al.

Of course, I also have to show a screenshot of what the annotation actually looks like, so here goes:

References 21-23 from the article, showing the CiTO annotation.


Thanks for the authors for adding these annotations!

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