|2013 Aug 31
||The Subject of Touch in the History of Science
||Looking at changes in the way that historians of science have studied the senses.
|2013 Sep 8
||Digital Humanities in History and Philosophy of Science
||An overview of the digital humanities as they effect our discipline.
|2013 Sep 22
||Print or Digital?
||On the results of a survey about how people use the print and digital versions of the Isis Bibliography differently.
|2013 Sep 29
||Isis Articles as a Big Data Source
||On how a textual analysis of Isis articles over the century could reveal patterns in our history.
|2013 Oct 1
||The Shutdown of Public Knowledge
||A comment about the effect of a federal government shutdown on the public access to knowledge.
|2013 Oct 7
||The Economics of Open Access
||A further comment on the economics of knowledge.
|2013 Nov 12
||Visualizing History of Science
||A study of how the content of the history of science has changed over time by looking at the classification categories in the IsisCB.
|2013 Nov 18
||Documenting History of Science on the Web
||Another discussion of the way that digital resources have recently been developed in our discipline.
|2014 Apr 23
||Digitizing the Cumulative Bibliography
||Discussion of how the OU Libraries’ DigiLab is digitizing the 5000 pages of the Isis Cumulative Bibliography.
|2014 May 8
||Taking the CB Away from Humans and Giving It to Computers [by Sylwester Ratowt]
||On how highly structured texts must be in order to be machine readable, using the IsisCB citation data as an example.
|2014 Sep 15
||Three Almost Invisible Women
||A study of a word cloud of the most often cited subjects and people in the IsisCB index, and the surprizing lack of women in the person list.
|2014 Oct 19
||Mapping the International Congresses
||Exploring a map visualization of the locations of all of the International Congress of History of Science since 1929.
|2015 Mar 1
||The February Development BootCamp
||A description of the ways in which the IsisCB and University of Melbourne development teams worked and the challenges they faced as they worked on the IsisCB discovery service.
|2015 Jul 21
||Taking the IsisCB into a Dynamic Interdependent World
||A discussion of the refactoring of the IsisCB data from a citation-centered bibliographic database into the new relational citaiton-authority data model.
|2015 Jul 27
||The IsisCB as a Network Graph of the Discipline
||Further discussion of the authority-citation data model and its ability to reveal new types of questions about the discipline.
|2015 Sep 30
||A New Paradigm
||On the ways in which the data model has driven development of the new discovery service and driven the Isis Cumulative Bibliography digitization efforts.
|2016 Feb 3
||Looking at the Main Features of IsisCB Explore
||A discussion of the features of the IsisCB Explore system.
|2016 Mar 6
||On the Scholarly Merit of Creating Your Own Research Tool: An Interview with Jennifer Rampling
||On the reason why historians should build their own databases and other research tools to advance their work and that of other historians following in their wake.
|2016 Mar 12
||IsisCB Explore – Version 0.13 – Updates and Improvements
||More discussion of the features of the IsisCB Explore system.
|2016 Oct 26
||Dissertations in the IsisCB … and What They Say about Our History
||An analysis of how the dissertation data can help us study the historical development of the discipline of history of science.
|2016 Nov 22
||Two New Paradigms for the IsisCB
||An illustration of how IsisCB Explore can now publish in Unicode and how linked open data works between the IsisCB and VIAF.