RT @egonwillighagen
only after this long time I made my first @wikidata user script, linking together several tools, based on an example from @MagnusManske (a true @wikidata champion) to make 2D depiction of SMILES, SMARTS, and CXSMILES: wikidata.org/wiki/User:Egon_Wi

RT @Csisc1994
(4/4) Using logical constraints to validate statistical information about disease outbreaks in collaborative knowledge graphs: the case of COVID-19 epidemiology in Wikidata (@PeerJCompSci, 2022)
peerj.com/articles/cs-1085/

RT @egonwillighagen
this is why I like to see links from @wikidata and @TheLOTUSInitia1 and other data and knowledge bases to link chemical records to synthesis protocols... but reaction databases are only slowly becoming FAIR (and Open). But it's happening.

RT @petermurrayrust
Brilliant!
@wikidata is rapidly becoming the go-to place for chemical information. This tool works ot the picture from the SMILES. It's base on lots of code (@blueobeliskx included!)
Let's get rid of closed commercial chemical data from open sources twitter.com/MagnusManske/statu

RT @GlobalNames
GNverifier and GNfinder are now at the stable v1.0.0, use brew, github downloads to update them. API changed from /api/v0 to /api/v1

RT @egonwillighagen
@wikidata @WDScholia the names toxin of this algae is the prymnesins class scholia.toolforge.org/chemical

Not so much literature linked in @wikidata for this either (yet)

RT @egonwillighagen
in case you are wondering for what kind of "things" the CXSMILES has been used in (until August 2), this is the type breakdown:

RT @egonwillighagen
So, at the meeting we continued exploring CXSMILES for compound classes (report pending, blog post chem-bla-ics.blogspot.com/2022) and I've been adding some more CX…
scholar.social/@egonw/10883106

RT @pubchem
With the PubChem Taxonomy page, you can get all chemical information available in PubChem for a given organism! Check it out: ow.ly/jtAS50JLJPi

RT @egonwillighagen
huge news for chemists interested in ! "Wikidata now escapes SMILES and CXSMILES!" chem-bla-ics.blogspot.com/2022

Huge thankx to Nikki and Adriano to make this happen.

RT @egonwillighagen
the field is concerned with how to represent chemistry (digitally). Those a bit more on the ontological side and machine representation side will like this @wikidata discussion: wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata_tal (plz join)

RT @NCCIH_Director
The initiative knowledge base was created by an international team, including investigators supported by @NIH_NCCIH. It will be a transformative new resource for research. elifesciences.org/articles/707 twitter.com/NIH_ODS/status/153

RT @cthoyt
After nearly two years of work with dozens of collaborators, we've finally published the @bioregistry - an integrative🖇️, open🔓, and community-driven🧑‍🤝‍🧑 registry of resources that assign identifiers to biomedical entities (e.g., @uniprot identifiers Calmodulin-1 with P0DP23) /🧵 twitter.com/biorxivpreprint/st

RT @Wikicite
"Unlike other disciplines such as biomedicine, the taxonomic community lacks a centralised, curated literature database (the “bibliography of life”). This article argues that Wikidata can be that database" twitter.com/thePeerJ/status/15

RT @MagnusManske
"Orthogonal" @wikidata Recent Changes, where you can query for items with specific changes (statement with property added, label in language removed, etc)

magnusmanske.de/wordpress/?p=6

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