Aquí se pueden ver algunos ejemplos del tipo de resultados que podrían obtenerse con este proyecto. (Nota -- por favor, sustitúyelos con mejores ejemplos si los encuentras! -Pete F (talk) 17:23, 24 June 2015 (UTC))
ContentMine has some excellent open software tools, which we could use to let Wikidata answer queries like "List all the review papers ever written on malaria vaccines", "List all the articles that mention Lygodactylus williamsii", "List every paper ever written by John Tuzo Wilson" and "List all the papers cited in Wikipedia articles that have been retracted". They listed "An Open Bibliography of science, updated daily" as a "wikiwish" at Wikimania 2014, apparently unaware that this project has been started at a slightly earlier workshop.
PLOS has an API for RichCitations, which contains metadata on all PLOS papers up through late 2014. Rich Citations is a novel structured format to express each citation as a data element, and it includes a set of useful, additional terms specific to scholarly literature that enable research about the knowledge web citations create. It also includes a display feature much like Reference Tooltips, but linked to a database (which is open licensed), so it can update metainformation. They presented at Wikimania 2014 and are keen to collaborate and share their results with us.
Zotero is interested in the idea of a proofread metadata source. Some Zotero users currently upload to cloud storage; we might build tools to let them upload here, instead. CiteseerX has a large open-licensed database of article metadata, and might want to set up an exchange, but have not responded to e-mails.
The Cochrane Collaboration is developing an API to its metadata (they were contacted about this project in July 2014, so this use case may have helped shape the API). They produce large amounts of non-conventional metadata on works they review, and on works they produce, both of which Wikimedians quote.
LOs eepositorios institucionales también se están mostrando progresivamente más interesados en ofrecer APIs abiertas y bases de datos enlazadas, y parecen de forma general abiertos a este proyecto. El motor de búsqueda académico BASE agrega y normaliza estos repositorios y hace sus colecciones de datos disponibles para propósitos no comerciales.