A figure from an article whose full text was automatically uploaded to Wikisource: FISH confirmation of a human-specific duplication of a gene cluster on chromosome 5q13.3 as detected by interspecies cDNA array CGH.
Furthermore, progress was made in the Open Access Signalling project in a number of ways: building on previous work on the most cited DOIs on the English Wikipedia (see April report), the DOIs issued by publishers whose articles are mostly openly licensed were identified. Of the 9327 DOIs cited at least once from mainspace pages on the English Wikipedia, 250 were cited at least five times, and 49 at least ten times. Of these, nine were selected to test automated import into Wikisource, for which a pipeline was then developed and tested, with the results being made available via a subpage of the newly founded WikiProject Open Access. More details here. In parallel, previews of new icons for Wikimedia projects became available, which fit neatly into the concept of the Open Access Signalling project.
The following represents a selection of the ca. 300 files that have been uploaded by the Open Access Media Importer this month, bringing the total to over 16,400. If you can think of wiki pages where these files could be useful, please put them in there or let us know.