This service makes use of a local database of journal titles and ISSN numbers. Simply append a journal name to the URL http://bioguid.info/services/journalsuggest.php?title= and you get back a list of journal names and ISSN numbers that match that title. Try these examples:
Here is a simple autosuggest form that uses this service. Type in a journal name and get a list of suggestions. When you choose one, the form displays the ISSN number of the journal.
This service takes a list of first names and identifies clusters of names that are equivalent, using the weighted clique agorithm described by Dror Feitelson in On identifying name equivalences in digital libraries. You could use this, for example, on a list of first names with the same surname, to identify names that may refer to the same person. The form below is populated with an example, which yields four clusters of equivalent names.
You can call the service directly by a HTTP POST request to the URL http://bioguid.info/services/equivalent.php with these parameters:
|names||string||List of first names, separated by end of line (\n) character|
|format||html or json||Format of the results|