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Here are some examples of how OWW uses Pubget to retrieve content:



Click here to set your preferences.

Look for the Misc tab and select your university from the list provided.

This is a picture of that page. The parameter is on the last line.


"Magic" links

Add a string like this on any page and you now have a link to to content of the article if your university or intitution has a subscription to it.

This paper is called "Cell Growth and Size Homeostasis in Proliferating Animal Cells". The Pubmed ID (PMID) is 19589995

Just enter the text like this anywhere on any OWW page:

PMID 19589995

This is what you will see:

PMID 19589995

Biblio Reference

This is an example of a bibliographical tag created to use the Biblio extension.

#Goldbeter-PNAS-1981 pmid=6947258
#Jacob-JMB-1961 pmid=13718526
// you can even leave a comment on a paper
#Ptashne-Genetic-Switch isbn=0879697164

This is what you will see on the page:

Error fetching PMID 6947258:
Error fetching PMID 13718526:
  1. Error fetching PMID 6947258: [Goldbeter-PNAS-1981]
  2. Error fetching PMID 13718526: [Jacob-JMB-1961]
    you can even leave a comment on a paper

  3. Mark Ptashne. A genetic switch. Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2004. isbn:0879697164. [Ptashne-Genetic-Switch]


All Medline abstracts: PubMed HubMed

Click on the 'Pubget' link to view the article's text if your institution has a valid subscription.


Here's the tag or markup for a very simple example of an RSS feef that will use Pubget to return all references to OpenWetWare in academic papers:

<xfeeds pubget="Y">OpenWetWare</xfeeds>

This is what you should see on your page:

DOI Lookup

<xfeeds pubget="Y">doi:10.1038/nature04342</xfeeds>

This is what you should see on your page:

Via url

Adding a Widget from Pubget: shortcut

You can also add a widget via OWW by using this template. Just replace the term you want to include in the search feed below and it's done!

This is what the wiki text you insert will look like:

{{Pubget|Drew Endy}}

This is the result you should see: