@aral

Yes, it's good; though it needs the enabling of a bunch of extra websites in #uMatrix:

*.nytimes.com
*.nyt.com
*.optimizely.com;

google.com, googletagmanager.com, and doubleclick.net can be left disabled.

The data seems mostly based on #medrxiv preprints. Nice to see that the green #OpenAccess movement launched by #ArXiv nearly three decades ago is showing its practical side to a wider audience in its medical research equivalent.

@aral It's amazing how these companies are innovating with web technology.

Another one that caught my attention last week was this post by Washington Post.

washingtonpost.com/graphics/20

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