The bibliographic data from Acta Cryst E, a publication by the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr), has been extracted and made available with their consent.
I have also geocoded a number of the affiliations of the authors, plotting them on a timemap (visualising the time of publication against the location of the authors), and you can see this at this location.
What you will find:
- A SPARQL endpoint with limited output capabilities (limited content negotiation).
- A ‘describe’ method, to display unstyled HTML pages about authors or the papers, based on the given URI.
- Links from the data in the service to the original papers.
- The data dump consists of a zipped up directories of rdf, which have most of the intermediary xml, html and other bits removed. Hopefully, this helps explain the odd layout!