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Click to view the article Andy Tattersall Q&A with InferLink - connecting the dots using AI technology
5th July 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

InferLink is an R&D company that develops technologies for aggregating, integrating and analysing information from multiple sources. Jinfo recently spoke to Dr Steven Minton, co-founder and president of the company, to find out more about what they do and about its spinoff companies, Evid Science, Cytenna, and Innotrieve. We find out about its unique research and innovation initiatives using AI and statistical inference methods and how information professionals can make the best use of InferLink's products.

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Click to view the item Click to view the item Market landscape - Clarivate Analytics
Friday, 22nd June 2018

In this market landscape we look at nine products from Clarivate Analytics as well as an overview of their entire range of products, including an index citation database, a reference management system, and patent searching and protection. We present an overview of their entire product range plus...

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Click to view the article Sophie Alexander Q&A with Clarivate Analytics - a leading source of quality curated research content and tools
18th June 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

Clarivate Analytics is a global leader in the provision of insights and analytics and has many established brands including Web of Science, EndNote, InCites, Cortellis, Derwent, CompuMark, MarkMonitor and Techstreet. Jinfo recently interviewed Jan Reichelt, newly-appointed managing director of Clarivate's citation index and discovery platform Web of Science, to find out a bit more about the company's flagship products, including its newest acquisitions, Kopernio and Publons.

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Click to view the article Elizabeth Trudell Content discovery - connecting the dots
15th June 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

To expand past research into content discovery, we have just concluded a research project, aimed primarily at organisations with strong STEM research functions. Through a survey and in-depth interviews, we delved more deeply into three top goals identified in the prior research. This post highlights a few findings which can be seen in more detail in the full report now available.

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Click to view the item Click to view the item Jinfo discovery report 2018
Monday, 4th June 2018

Through this research we sought to examine drivers around three goals for content discovery: creating a single point of entry to diverse content collections, improving back-end integration of multiple databases, and generating fresh insights through use of data analytics. We used a survey to...

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Click to view the article Elizabeth Trudell Jinfo discovery report (part 4 - developing fresh insights through data analytics)
1st June 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

In the final article of four reporting on the results of Jinfo's 2018 research project to explore goals for content discovery in STEM research environments, it delves into the current deployment of systems and tools for data analytics. It reviews details about services currently being used and plans for the future. It closes with a summary of key perceptions and concerns for implementation along with some of the anticipated trends.

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Click to view the article Victoria Alford African research - how one organisation is bringing it out of hiding
31st May 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

Jinfo recently interviewed Susan Murray, the executive director of African Journals OnLine (AJOL) - find out why we were particularly interested in this non-profit organisation.

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Click to view the article Elizabeth Trudell Jinfo discovery report (part 3 - improving discovery through back-end integration)
30th May 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

In the third of four articles reporting on the results of Jinfo's 2018 research project to explore goals for content discovery in STEM research environments, this article delves into the current deployment of systems and tools for back-end integration. It reviews details about services currently being used and future plans. It closes with a summary of key perceptions and concerns for implementation along with some anticipated trends.

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Click to view the article Elizabeth Trudell Jinfo discovery report (part 2 - providing a single point of entry for search)
25th May 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

In the second of four articles reporting on the results of Jinfo's 2018 research project to explore goals for content discovery in STEM research environments, this article delves into the current deployment of systems and tools for a single point of entry for search. It reviews services currently in use and future plans. It closes with a summary of key perceptions and concerns for implementation along with some anticipated trends.

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Click to view the article Elizabeth Trudell Jinfo discovery report (part 1 - comparing top goals for content discovery)
24th May 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

Jinfo has just completed a research project to explore goals for content discovery. The project was designed to explore and contrast how information centres managing STEM collections approach three key goals for content discovery as uncovered in a 2017 survey on the topic.

This article provides an overview of the survey carried out as part of the research. It reviews survey respondents demographics and compares responses to a set of questions about resource allocation and technology/solution vendors for each of the three goals.

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Click to view the article Sophie Alexander Q&A with African Journals OnLine - increasing the visibility of African research
23rd May 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

African Journals OnLine (AJOL) aims to provide access to the world's largest online library of peer-reviewed, African-published scholarly journals. Its executive director Susan Murray told Sophie Alexander how the platform works, the problems it's helping to solve, and future plans to expand its coverage of research on the continent.

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Click to view the article Graham Southorn Become an authority on external data for analytics
31st January 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

How best to manage data, whether it's produced internally or externally, is an area that many information teams are finding increasingly complex, and one that technology alone cannot fix. In a recent Community session, participants discussed the ownership and visibility of data, and how to keep sets correct, clean and complete for analytics, text and data mining.

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Click to view the article Victoria Alford DrugPatentWatch - actionable intelligence on small-molecule drugs
31st January 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

There are many patent databases but not many that are specifically aimed at those working in the drug-development-delivery chain, like DrugPatentWatch. How does it deliver on data for global drug patents and generic entry?

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Click to view the article Scott Vine Product review of DrugPatentWatch (value - help & training; competitors; development; pricing)
24th January 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

In the final part of our product review of DrugPatentWatch, a database which provides actionable business intelligence on small-molecule drugs, we look at the help and training that's available to users along with detailed pricing information. We also highlight the value of the product and how it can be used as a business analysis tool rather than just be used for patent searching, and where it sits against competitor or complementary products such as Cortellis, Clarivate and AdisInsight.

Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2934

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Click to view the article Scott Vine Product review of DrugPatentWatch (technology - search & user interface; outputs & alerts; administration)
23rd January 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

The third part of Jinfo's product review of DrugPatentWatch, a database which provides actionable business intelligence on small-molecule drugs, we highlight the search interface and functionality, provide a detailed look at the content and sources available in the product, typical use-cases as well as outputs and alerts available and its administrative capabilities.

Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2934

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Click to view the article Victoria Alford Why isn't text mining taking off faster?
22nd January 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

Text mining offers many possibilities for organisations reliant on gaining new insights into data from disparate sources and for whom quicker time to market is a priority. Yet challenges in commercial licensing, complex technology and user experience seem to be holding back the potential impact. Could RightFind XML for Mining from CCC be part of the solution?

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Click to view the article Scott Vine Product review of DrugPatentWatch (sources - content & coverage)
22nd January 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

In part two of our product review of DrugPatentWatch, a database which provides patent information from the US and worldwide along with other actionable business intelligence on small-molecule drugs, we take a look at its strengths and weaknesses and content and sources.

Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2934

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Click to view the article Scott Vine Product review of DrugPatentWatch (key advantages; introduction; contact details)
19th January 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

We carry out an in-depth product review of DrugPatentWatch, a database which provides actionable business intelligence on small-molecule drugs and patents and was founded by Yali Friedman, named one of the 100 most influential people in biotechnology. Part one of the review introduces the product and company behind it, along with its key advantages, competitors and how the product is likely to evolve.

Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2934

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Click to view the item Click to view the item Product review of DrugPatentWatch
Friday, 19th January 2018

DrugPatentWatch from thinkBiotech is a database which provides actionable business intelligence on small-molecule drugs; this review highlights how the product's focused approach could be a key strength. The review discusses whether DrugPatentWatch can offer an effective way to profile global...

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Click to view the article Scott Vine Product walkthrough - RightFind XML for Mining
11th January 2018 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

RightFind XML for Mining is one of the business products and services offered by the Copyright Clearance Center. It enables you to quickly identify and download a collection of full-text articles from multiple publishers through a single source giving you a complete article collection for text mining. In this mini review, Jinfo takes a look at the sources, coverage and search functionality as well as future developments for the product.

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