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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Energy research data now offered in XML

U.S. Department of Energy Office of Scientific & Technical Information, View, store, slice, dice research data to suit your science program needs, as OSTI continues expanding access, OSTI News, March 17, 2009. (Thanks to ResourceShelf.)
Government and university research programs as well as other organizations that want to store and manipulate DOE project summary data in their own analysis systems can now do so using the R&D Project XML Service (see the R&D Project XML Service Manual at the DOE R&D Project Summaries database Information page). This service allows research programs and others to specify data in their areas of interest and, using a search query, view, store and use in alternate ways including data mining summaries of ongoing or recently completed research projects. Projects are conducted by the DOE laboratories and research facilities in a range of disciplines in energy, science, and technology. This service is the newest feed available, as OSTI continues to offer expanded access and tools for re-use of research and development data. ...