DESCRIPTION

The Technical Article Types Taxonomy is a categorization of kinds of publication which are used to index and group content published by Springer Nature.

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  • Abstract
  • Announcement
  • Biographical Note
  • Book Review
  • Brief Communication
  • Editorial Notes
  • Erratum
  • Events
  • Interview
  • Letter
  • Media Report
  • News
  • Original Paper
  • Product Notes
  • Review Paper
  • Unknown
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    21 TRIPLES      6 PREDICATES      22 URIs      3 LITERALS

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    1 technical-article-types: dcterms:description The Technical Article Types Taxonomy is a categorization of kinds of publication which are used to index and group content published by Springer Nature.
    2 dcterms:modified 2017-08-04T10:16:27+00:00
    3 dcterms:title Technical Article Types Taxonomy
    4 sg:license http://scigraph.springernature.com/explorer/license/
    5 rdf:type skos:ConceptScheme
    6 skos:hasTopConcept technical-article-types:abstract
    7 technical-article-types:announcement
    8 technical-article-types:biographical-note
    9 technical-article-types:book-review
    10 technical-article-types:brief-communication
    11 technical-article-types:editorial-notes
    12 technical-article-types:erratum
    13 technical-article-types:events
    14 technical-article-types:interview
    15 technical-article-types:letter
    16 technical-article-types:media-report
    17 technical-article-types:news
    18 technical-article-types:original-paper
    19 technical-article-types:product-notes
    20 technical-article-types:review-paper
    21 technical-article-types:unknown
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