Visual-Meta has been implemented in the Augmented Text Company’s ‘Author’ & ‘Reader’ as proof of concept, providing the abilities to Copy As Citation, Fold into Table of Contents, Interactive Glossary and more. Code for parsing Visual-Meta in your own project is available for free on request, just contact us.
Visual-Meta also supports powerful visualisations of how documents connect.
ACM Hypertext ’21 papers all feature Visual-Meta: dl.acm.org/doi/proceedings/10.1145/3465336
ACM Hypertext ’22 papers all feature Visual-Meta:
Visual-Meta can be copied from web pages built in WordPress, including this site. Simply install and then visitors can select any text, which will result in a little ‘liquid dot’. The user can then click on this and choose to copy as a citation which the user can then paste as a citation in software which supports pasting BibTeX or Visual-Meta as Citation, such as the software Author we have developed.
Scholarcy.com can now read Visual-Meta directly, in addition to the scarping they normally have to do. Founder of Scholarcy.com Phil Gooch writes in an email “Much easier than trying to scrape the data from the PDF.” An example is this document in the ACM Digital Library: https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3465336.3475093 which renders like this on Scholarcy via Visual-Meta: http://engine.scholarcy.com/flashcard/https://dl.acm.org/doi/pdf/10.1145/3465336.3475093
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As Antoine De Saint-Exupery, put it in 1948: As for the future, your task is not to foresee but to enable it.