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Wikis

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A wiki is a Web-site where it is possible both to read and write interlinked pages in a simplified markup language

An wiki which lists wikis are the WikiIndex:

http://wikiindex.org/

Among neuroinformatics wikis are

  1. Brede Wiki, neuroscience terminology, annotation of research literature, results for neuroscience studies.
  2. ConnectomeWiki, brain connectivity
  3. NeuroLex, neuroscience terminology
  4. Phenowiki[1]

Other scientific wikis:

  1. AcaWiki
  2. ArrayWiki[2] is a MediaWiki-based wiki for microarray data and associated meta-information.
  3. CHDwiki[3] about congenital heart defects. Uses the MediaWiki WikiOpener extension
  4. CutDB
  5. EcoliWiki[4]
  6. Metabolomics.jp[5]
  7. PDBWiki[6]
  8. PrometheusWiki[7]
  9. Proteopedia[8]
  10. SNPedia, Semantic MediaWiki-based wiki about SNPs
  11. Species-ID, a wiki with biodiversity information.
  12. TRANSDAB wiki,[9]
  13. WikiGenes[10]
  14. WikiPapers
  15. WikiPathways[11]
  16. WikiProtein[12]
  17. YTPdb[13], classification of the yeast membran transporters. Uses the MediaWiki WikiOpener extension

Other wikis:

  1. Wikipedia, the largest wiki
  2. Wiktionary

Contents

[edit] Wiki engines

  1. MediaWiki

[edit] Scientific meetings

There are a few meetings where wiki research are specifically discussed:

  1. WikiSym, wiki symposium
  2. SemWiki, workshop about semantic wikis
  3. WikiAI, Wiki and artificial intelligence
  4. Wikimania, meeting about Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects
  5. Workshop on Mathematical Wikis (MathWikis)

[edit] Researchers

  1. Daniel Kinzler
  2. Dirk Riehle
  3. Finn Årup Nielsen
  4. Ofer Arazy
  5. Torsten Zesch

[edit] Papers

  1. A pitfall of wiki solution for biological databases
  2. A unique web resource for physiology, ecology and the environmental sciences: PrometheusWiki
  3. A wiki for Mizar: motivation, considerations, and initial prototype
  4. A wiki for the life sciences where authorship matters
  5. An EBNF grammar for Wiki Creole 1.0
  6. ArrayWiki: an enabling technology for sharing public microarray data repositories and meta-analyses
  7. Assessment of collaborative learning experiences by graphical analysis of wiki contributions
  8. Biological knowledge bases using wikis: combining the flexibility of wikis with the structure of databases
  9. Building a networked environment in wikis: the evolving phases of collaborative learning in a Wikibook project
  10. Building a semantic wiki
  11. Calling on a million minds for community annotation in WikiProteins
  12. CalSWIM: a wiki–based data sharing platform
  13. Clinical and biological data integration for biomarker discovery
  14. Corporate wiki users: results of a survey
  15. Cosmos: a wiki data management system
  16. Designing knowledge management systems for teaching and learning with wiki technology
  17. DynaTable: a wiki extension for structured data
  18. Gene-function wiki would let biologists pool worldwide resources
  19. Genome re-annotation: a wiki solution?
  20. Ikewiki: a semantic wiki for collaborative knowledge management
  21. Interlinking journal and wiki publications through joint citation: working examples from ZooKeys and Plazi on Species-ID
  22. Measuring the wikisphere
  23. Platypus wiki: a semantic wiki wiki web
  24. Proteopedia - a scientific 'wiki' bridging the rift between three-dimensional structure and function of biomacromolecules
  25. SweetWiki: a semantic wiki
  26. The effects of wikis characteristics on performance quality
  27. The emerging world of wikis
  28. Towards a semantic wiki wiki web
  29. Transdab wiki: the interactive transglutaminase substrate database on web 2.0 surface
  30. What have Innsbruck and Leipzig in common? extracting semantics from wiki content
  31. Wiki as a teaching tool
  32. Wiki templates - adding structure support to wikis on demand
  33. WikiDo
  34. WikiPathways: pathway editing for the people
  35. WikiTable: a new tool for collaborative authoring and data management

[edit] Books

  1. The wiki way: quick collaboration on the Web
  2. Using Wikis for online collaboration: the power of the read-write Web
  3. Wiki: Web Collaboration

[edit] References

  1. A collaborative knowledge base for cognitive phenomics
  2. Todd H Stokes, J. T. Torrance, Henry Li, May D. Wang (2008). "ArrayWiki: an enabling technology for sharing public microarray data repositories and meta-analyses". BMC Bioinformatics 9: S18. doi: 10.1186/1471-2105-9-S6-S18.
  3. R. Barriot (2010). missing title. missing journal missing volume: missing pages.
  4. The emerging world of wikis
  5. Arita (2009). missing title. missing journal missing volume: missing pages.
  6. PDBWiki: added value through community annotation of the Protein Data Bank
  7. Lawren Sack (2010). "A unique web resource for physiology, ecology and the environmental sciences: PrometheusWiki". missing journal missing volume: missing pages.
  8. Hodis (2008). missing title. missing journal missing volume: missing pages.
  9. Éva Csősz, Bertalan Meskó, László Fésüs (2009). "Transdab wiki: the interactive transglutaminase substrate database on web 2.0 surface". Amino Acids 36(4): 615-617. doi: 10.1007/s00726-008-0121-y. PMID: 18594947.
  10. A wiki for the life sciences where authorship matters
  11. Pico (2008). missing title. missing journal missing volume: missing pages.
  12. Mons (2008). missing title. missing journal missing volume: missing pages.
  13. D. Van Belle (2001). missing title. missing journal missing volume: missing pages.
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