| Magnus Manske|
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|Co-authors||Aaron Schulz, Alex Bateman, Alexandre Emsenhuber, Andrew Garrett, Aryeh Gregor, Ashar Voultoiz, Brion Vibber, Bryan Tong Minh, Chad Horohoe, Daniel Ramsköld, Darren W. Logan, Domas Mituzas, Erik Möller, Gabriel Wicke, Jennifer Daub, John Tate, Lee Daniel Crocker, Massimo Sandal, Niklas Laxström, Paul P. Gardner, Platonides, Raimond Spekking, Roan Kattouw, Rob Church, Rotem Liss, Sam Griffiths-Jones, Sam Reed, Siebrand Mazeland, Tim Starling, Trevor Parscal, Victor Vasiliev, William G. Scott, Yuri Astrakhan, Zasha Weinberg, Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason|
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|Ten Simple Rules for Editing Wikipedia||PLoS Computational Biology||English||2010||an online encyclopedia containing millions of English language articles. It suggests Internet users to create a user account in Wikipedia because it offers privacy and security. It reminds the Internet users that Wikipedia is different from blogs that encourage editorializing and tells the users to treat other editors as collaborators. It also advises them to know the audience and avoid infringe copyright. The article offers tips on how to edit wikipedia||0||0|
|The RNA WikiProject: community annotation of RNA families||RNA annotation
|RNA||English||29 August 2008||The online encyclopedia Wikipedia has become one of the most important online references in the world and has a substantial and growing scientific content. A search of Google with many RNA-related keywords identifies a Wikipedia article as the top hit. We believe that the RNA community has an important and timely opportunity to maximize the content and quality of RNA information in Wikipedia. To this end, we have formed the RNA WikiProject (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_RNA) as part of the larger Molecular and Cellular Biology WikiProject. We have created over 600 new Wikipedia articles describing families of noncoding RNAs based on the Rfam database, and invite the community to update, edit, and correct these articles. The Rfam database now redistributes this Wikipedia content as the primary textual annotation of its RNA families. Users can, therefore, for the first time, directly edit the content of one of the major RNA databases. We believe that this Wikipedia/Rfam link acts as a functioning model for incorporating community annotation into molecular biology databases.||6||3|