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The Dow Jones Developer Platform, formerly known as Dow Jones DNA, launched in 2017 and gives organisations access to data, news and analytics from the company's services, including Factiva. We recently caught up with Niranjan Thomas, general manager of the developer platform and solution engineering at Dow Jones to find out more about the product, how it's used and how it fits with the "FAIR" use of data.
In this market landscape, we look at six of the most popular intelligence and discovery platforms. Discovery platforms improve the discovery of a library, museum or institution's collection and institutional resources. It is implemented software, a "discovery layer" that uses metadata in order to...
The impact of the FAIR Data Principles is spreading beyond the world of scientific research with many other organisations, including commercial companies, looking at how they can incorporate the principles into their research and data policies and practices. Jinfo interviewed Dr Dumontier, a leading Canadian biomedical researcher, to find out what inspired his interest in FAIR data, how the principles can be used within an organisation and the benefits of doing so, and how applicable the FAIR Data Principles are beyond medical and scientific research.
Emerging technologies such as AI, text mining and machine learning are increasingly affecting the information environment and have a huge range of potential uses, particularly for current awareness. However, definitions of these technologies aren't always clear and in this article we attempt to explain them and how they can be used to improve processes.
Semantic intelligence and semantic search is a complex space, and our list is not intended to be comprehensive but instead provides a comparison of some of the key services in this environment.
In this market landscape we look at six products in the semantic intelligence space:...
The final part of our product review of Reprints Desk's Article Galaxy, a platform that provides access to full-text scientific literature, looks at the value provided by the product, along with the help and training available, the competitive landscape, including Mendeley, EndNote, RefWorks and Zotero, its pricing options and future development plans, including most notably the launch of the Article Galaxy Scholar academic platform.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3219
In the third part of our product review of Reprints Desk's Article Galaxy, a platform that provides access to full-text scientific literature, we look at the technology behind the product, including its search and user interface, with a particular focus on PubMed Searcher, Altmetric Trending Articles Finder, and Journal Article Searcher. It also highlights the gadget store, a customisable dashboard of over 100 cloud-based applications that can be used to support the discovery, collection, and management of research articles within Article Galaxy. We also take a look a how users can export documents.
In the second part of our product review of Reprints Desk's Article Galaxy, a Software as a Service platform that provides access to full-text scientific literature, we look at its huge collection of resources, including over 70 million full-text documents, from leading global publishers such as Elsevier, Springer Nature, John Wiley & Sons, SAGE, Taylor & Francis, and Wolters Kluwer. We also touch on its wide range of gadgets from its gadget store and how they enable users to access Article Galaxy's content.
Reprints Desk's Article Galaxy is a Software as a Service (SaaS) platform that provides access to full-text scientific literature. In the first part of our full product review, we take a more detailed look at the company and product, its key advantages, who uses it and its most recent developments, including its Reference Manager gadget and the Article Galaxy gadget store.
We find out more about the Scientific Intelligence (SciIntel) group at Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of Sanofi, the global French pharmaceutical company and whether technology innovations such as text mining and options for full text search are enabling them to handle complex queries more efficiently.
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We interview Klaus Kater, managing partner of Deep SEARCH 9, to find out more about their new tool where they can set up targeted search engines for specific areas and contexts. It can be used for applications from competitive intelligence to clinical trial tracking.
Synaptica is a leading provider of enterprise taxonomy and ontology management software tools. Jinfo recently caught up with Dave Clarke, co-founder of the company who also leads research and development, to find out about the company, its products and what makes them unique as well as his thoughts on the future of the industry.
We review Dimensions, developed by Digital Science as part of a larger portfolio of research support applications. The current version was launched in 2018 and we explore its functionality as a multi-faceted discovery tool, database and analytics platform.
This product walkthrough looks at TDNet Discover, a content and workflow management system, with up to 300 million citation and abstracts in its index. We take a look at the company's background, the product's development and how it benefits libraries and information centres in large companies, particularly pharma, biomed and electronics companies, along with hospitals and research organisations.
Open source intelligence (OSINT) uses publicly available sources to gather intelligence for purposes ranging from basic recruitment checks on an individual to due diligence research for M&A purposes to in-depth fraud investigations and more. Search engines are the starting point, but deep web databases and social media searches are all part of the OSINT searchers toolkit. This article discusses approaches for finding open source intelligence with a focus on free sources.
As part of Jinfo's Research Focus, "The accidental technologist - where your expertise meets the new world" , we set out to make sense of the complex technological environment and reviewed the wide range of technologies and challenges that our customers asked us to cover, in order to develop...
In the second of a two-part article looking at the differences between current awareness and intelligence platforms and how information professionals interact with the workflow of both systems, Robin Neidorf looks at some of the key suppliers in this area, their product offerings as well as some of the key differences between them.
This article looks at the differences between current awareness and intelligence platforms and gives an overview of how information professionals interact with the workflow of both systems. It also looks at some of the products in this space such as Newsdesk, Attensa, Northern Light SinglePoint, Knowledge360, along with features, what to look for in a system, and explores elements such as newsletters and machine learning.
Thomson Reuters is a global leader in the provision of legal, business and financial solutions to those in a range of industries. Open Calais uses open source NLP and machine learning algorithms that have been trained using Thomson Reuters' curated content that supports people, places, companies, facts, topics and events. Jinfo recently caught up with Ofer Harari, product expert and engagement manager for Intelligent Tagging at Open Calais to find out more about the product and its underlying technology, which uses natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning algorithms. We also highlight some use-cases and see how it can add value.
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If you're newly remote, you may feel like you've been thrown into a mysterious culture where you sort of speak the language but sort of not. Use Jinfo's "Focus on Remote Information Teams" to become fluent: