CCL: CCL and Google Base or Wikipedia



 Sent to CCL by: "Jim Kress" [ccl_nospam]![kressworks.com]
 Except that recent examination has shown Wikipedia to be riddled with
 errors, for example:
 http://arstechnica.com/staff/palatine.ars/2005/10/20/1580
 So, I would be unwilling to rely on it for any serious purpose.
 Jim
 > -----Original Message-----
 > From: Dirk Classen-Houben Dirk.Classen-Houben%a%biovertis.com
 > [mailto:owner-chemistry-*-ccl.net]
 > Sent: Thursday, November 17, 2005 10:11 AM
 > To: Kress, Jim
 > Subject: CCL: CCL and Google Base or Wikipedia
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 > Sent to CCL by: "Dirk Classen-Houben"
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 >
 > I believe Wikipedia is the better place for such information.
 > For example http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basis_set_%28chemistry%29
 >
 > Dirk.
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 > Dirk Classen-Houben
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 > > -----Original Message-----
 > > From: Matt Thompson thompsma~!~jilau1.colorado.edu
 > > [mailto:owner-chemistry!^!ccl.net]
 > > Sent: Mittwoch, 16. November 2005 19:25
 > > To: Dirk Classen-Houben
 > > Subject: CCL: CCL and Google Base
 > >
 > >
 > > Sent to CCL by: Matt Thompson
 > > [thompsma(!)jilau1.colorado.edu] This is sort of a
 > meta-question, but
 > > I thought I'd ask the list what, if anything, you think we could do
 > > with Google Base?:
 > >
 > > http://base.google.com
 > >
 > > I can imagine many things could be added to it (basis sets,
 > PES, &c.)
 > > depending on how well the service can handle that data, but many of
 > > those already have a database in one place or another.  I
 > suppose the
 > > best thing would be if some of that data could be bulk-uploaded for
 > > easy searching (like many here, I'd guess, I keep a folder of
 > > bookmarks that has EMSL, the NIST databases, et al, but one
 > central,
 > > easily searchable location would be nice).
 > >
 > > Matt
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