Thanks Hugh. So I checked and found http://era.rkbexplorer.com/description/ERAID-41868... and it appears we got an A! Brill...
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On 31 Mar 2010, at 15:02, Hugh Glaser wrote:
> Oh dear - someone will kill me.
> Typical http://era.rkbexplorer.com/id/ERAID-15590
> OK - this is the simplest possible, naïve, sort-of Linked Data version of
> Please be gentle with me, I'm just trying to be helpful.
> On 31/03/2010 13:09, "Chris Rusbridge" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Arthur, any chance of persuading them to publish their data other than in
>> Excel or Zip form? Downloading a file is fine if one wants to make extensive
>> use of it, but if one only wants to check something, it's not so brilliant.
>> A simple HTML list would be OK, RDF even better?
>> Chris Rusbridge
>> Director, Digital Curation Centre
>> Email: [log in to unmask] Phone 0131 6513823
>> University of Edinburgh
>> Appleton Tower, Crichton St, Edinburgh EH8 9LE
>> The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in Scotland, with
>> registration number SC005336.
>> On 31 Mar 2010, at 00:38, Arthur Sale wrote:
>>> I have been waiting for the Australian Government to post to these lists, but
>>> they havenıt.
>>> So let me advise you that the Australian Research Council (ARC) has published
>>> its definitive lists of ranked journals used by Australians, and ranked
>>> conferences in selected disciplines. I emphasize that (a) these are lists
>>> relevant to Australians, and (b) the verb usedı conveys the proper
>>> relationship between author and publisher. The Journal of the American Beaver
>>> or the International Journal of Up-Helly-Aa are unlikely to appear (if they
>>> exist). Though they might be in the list if we have an Australian researcher
>>> working in these fields. Australians are rather eclectic in where they
>>> publish (3% of the worldıs research). There is in fact very little local!
>>> Please point your browser to the ARCıs page on ranked outlets
>>> http://www.arc.gov.au/era/era_journal_list.htm. Warning: if you download the
>>> files on this page they are fairly big. But invaluable.
>>> The rankings were developed after a two-year consultation with Australiaıs
>>> professional societies (and their members) and the Academies (important
>>> Australians in several groupings eg Science, Humanities).
>>> Note that the journals are ranked A+, A, B. C and only the first two
>>> categories are regarded as important. They are likely to be internationally
>>> relevant. Bs and Cs will contain most of the local stuff. Publishers will
>>> dispute rankings of course and the C category is no doubt missing many which
>>> are irrelevant to us.
>>> Conferences are ranked A, B, C with A regarded as important. Only selected
>>> disciplines have ranked conferences (eg computer science) where these are
>>> regarded as important research outlets as journals.