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In wikis, science wikis are fast-edit, easily-creatable, webpages containing collective information on specific branches or topics in science. Prime examples of science wikis, with specific focus on thermodynamic topics, are the EoHT wiki, the SklogWiki, and the ThermoWiki (now-defunct). Other types of science wikis, both active and non-active, are listed below.

Early wikis
WikiWikiWeb - started in 1995 (the original).
Nupedia - lasted from 2000 - 2003 (the predecessor of Wikipedia).
Wikipedia - started in 2001.

Science-specific
Encyclopedia of Earth - EoE (launched in October 2006 with approximately 1,000 articles).

External links
Category:Science (listing of science wikis powered by MediaWiki) – WikiIndex
LaTex math markup – SklogWiki
Help:Displaying a Formula - Wikipedia
Thermodynamics equations – Wikipedia.

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Anonymous Another example of a science wiki. 0 Apr 18 2013, 2:26 AM EDT by Anonymous
 
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Pure science Wiki is another example of a science wiki. The link there is http://purescience.wikia.com
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