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Visualizing PubMed: Displaying Search Results by Topic, Region and Time
Objectives: This project is an attempt to visualize the results of PubMed searches in a variety of different ways: topics and how they overlap with Venn diagrams, aspects of a search (MeSH categories and subheadings) with ...
Building information visualizations with PubMed
The E-utils interface is a powerful tool for querying the multitude of databases available at the NCBI, particularly PubMed. In this session, we'll explore how one can use this interface in conjunction with Google charts ...
Mind the Gap: Identifying What Is Missed When Searching Only the Broad Scope with Clinical Queries
Objectives: PubMed Clinical Queries are subdivided into “broad” and “narrow” versions, tuned to maximize retrieval sensitivity and specificity respectively by using similar but different sets of terms. This study seeks to ...
Search Workbench: Building, Refining, and Comparing PubMed Searches Using Interactive Visualizations
Objectives: Search Workbench is designed to facilitate the process of developing complex PubMed searches by allowing the user to examine, edit and visualize searches from a single interface. Importantly, the system not ...
Word Trees for Visualizing PubMed Search Results
Background : It can be daunting to begin the search process for a complicated question, particularly if a searcher is new to a topic and not yet familiar with the language used to describe it. As many biomedical searches ...
"Sieving" Your Search: Semi-Automated Citation Screening for Search Strategy Refinement
Background : Those who develop search hedges and systematic review strategies often use a process where they measure how effective a given search is at retrieving items from a set of “gold standard” articles. While this ...