I believe I am the one who upgraded the article from "start" to "C". I
agree that Kieran's suggestions would be sufficient to upgrade to "B". Fir
reference the B articles of high importance of the computational biology
project are at:
On 26/03/12 19:39, kieran wrote:
> If you feel it's worth more than a "C" grade, you can just change it.
> But here I think the article needs a bit of work. Various helpful notes
> can be found at
> A few ideas to improve the article would be to
> * remove external links (the first being to JST), as these aren't
> allowed within the body of the article
> * trim it down: I'm not sure the list of structural elements is really
> necessary, for example. It should be accessible to the lay-reader and I
> think most readers would come away disappointed (see B-class criterion 6).
> * it's not visually very welcoming, and would benefit a diagram and even
> a code snippet (B5). Compare their example B-class article
> with its infobox, photographs and diagram.
> * it could do with more referencing (~B1). Almost all of the references
> are currently to SBML documents; it would help to use references to
> demonstrate the notability of SBML outside of the geekosphere.
> * once the major problems have been overcome, stick it up for peer review
> and, in time, aim to nominate it as a "Good Article".
> I'm happy to put time in to carry out some of this, but wiki articles
> are best when updated by lots of people.
> On 26/03/2012 19:03, Michael Hucka wrote:
>> On Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:45:22 -0600, Chris J. Myers wrote:
>>> How do you see the rating?
>> Go to the Talk page. (Link in the upper top left.)
>>> Do they give any reasons?
>> No, but the ratings descriptions give some general explanations.
>>> Is it simply a matter of asking people
>>> to read and rate it in order to improve the grade?
>> It doesn't seem that way.
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