Scientific journals are providing greater access to published research by releasing new APIs. Cambridge Journals Online API and Public Library of Science Article Level Metrics API have both been released in the past several weeks. Meanwhile, the European Commission has just completed a public consultation on open access to research data ahead of a new wave of policy reform and their next big research funding round.
Cambridge Journals Online started a beta version of its first API that grants access to research data contained in its vast database. Dropbox made changes to its API that may be problematic for those using sync features. Plus: KidoZen Releases Enterprise Systems APIs, Embed and Annotate Maps with OS OpenSpace API, and 15 new APIs.
||M-Files API is a collection of classes and operation interfaces. Each class represents a feature or data item of the M-Files system. With the API, you can access, modify and create documents stored...||Documents||04.21.2016|
||The METAQRCODE API provides developers a way to create their own XML metadata and put it inside a QRCode. This API is Rest based, and can be consumed using JSON or XML.||Tools||03.03.2016|
||The Datamuse API is used to integrate a word-finding query engine. It can be used in apps for programmatic access to Datamuse's websites, including OneLook, and Rhymezone. OneLook is a dictionary...||Words||02.15.2016|
||The Halo Metadata API allows developers to gain access to the Halo Metadata by integrating the API into their application. This API is currently in beta. Halo is a first person shooter video game...||Games||02.02.2016|
NASA PO.DAAC Granules Metadata
||The Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center (PO.DAAC) is part of NASA’s Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS). PO.DAAC’s purpose is to store oceanography and...||Metadata||01.27.2016|