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This report brings together interviews with vendors and a market landscape on key vendors into a comprehensive report which looks at how providers of information services are supporting or planning to support customer data analytics needs.
It encompasses five articles:
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As the Jinfo Research Focus "Data analytics - ready your information service" reaches its conclusion, producer Andrew Lucas reviews the Focus and highlights some of the key articles, market landscapes and research, on subjects ranging from the perceived risks and uncertainties in analytics projects to the role of information managers in them and the standards and ethics in the use of big data.
We find out how financial and risk information giant Thomson Reuters is supporting data analytics projects by making available permanent reference identifiers (PermID) and intelligent tagging tools (such as Open Calais), making content easier to find and to link together. Jinfo's Chris Porter interviews Tim Baker, global head of innovation at Thomson Reuters' Financial and Risk Division, and Hanna Helin, director PermID and risk content for the company.
This report complements recent articles on data analytics and licensing and interviews with key vendors:
What are information vendors doing to support data analytics?
Data analytics & licensing - the role of company data providers
Data analytics & licensing - the role...
As part of the Jinfo Research Focus on data analytics, Chris Porter is finding out what information vendors are doing in this area. Here he interviews two companies with particular strengths in customised content aggregation, InfoDesk and Acquire Media, to understand their perspectives on user demands for data analysis. He discovers where the role of the information professional comes in, and what the obstacles are, to this new area of activity.
As part of the Jinfo Research Focus on data analytics, Chris Porter is finding out what information vendors are doing in this area. Here he looks at how LexisNexis and Dow Jones Factiva, the two giants of the business news aggregation world, are supporting clients' data analytics projects. The article explores what customers want in terms of data analytics projects, where demand is coming from and what developments aggregators are seeing in the marketplace.
Chris Porter looks at what company data providers are doing to support customer requests for help with data analytics. He interviews two companies who are known for their company information, Bureau van Dijk and Avention, provider of the OneSource family of services. How are they handling the biggest challenges for their customers and what is the involvement of information professionals?
As part of the Research Focus on data analytics, Jinfo contributor Chris Porter has been asking a variety of information service providers to describe what they are doing to support customer data analytics projects. Here he includes comments from interviews with Springer, LexisNexis, InfoDesk and Thomson Reuters.
The article "Linking to copyright content" is a must-read for information specialists who undoubtedly use links as shortcuts to point to specific material online. Norma Beavers highlights some of copyright expert Clare Painter's top nuggets of advice.
You may think if you link to someone else's content rather than copy it that you're doing all you should as regards copyright, but that's not the case, as expert Clare Painter explains.
Sophie Alexander recently interviewed Scott Ahlberg, chief operations officer at Reprints Desk, to get his perspective on recent developments in the area of copyright and licensing and how companies can ensure they stay copyright compliant and be aware of changes in open access publishing.
The UK's Copyright Licensing Agency introduced a new Joint Multinational Licence with the US Copyright Clearance Center earlier this year. Sophie Alexander interviewed the CLA's international rights manager, Madeline Pow-Jones, to find out more.
It's tempting to dive into using illustrations, photographs, figures and charts found online but will you be copyright compliant? Expert Clare Painter outlines the steps needed to ensure you're staying the right side of copyright law.
Keeping track of who owns content copyright and whether someone is breaching that copyright is increasingly tricky in an era where new content is created and uploaded online in the blink of an eye. Copyright expert Clare Painter provides practical guidance to make sure you have the right policies in place - and explains what to do if things go wrong.
The Creative Commons licence is a popular tool used to share online content and has been around for over 20 years now. Clare Painter and Sophie Alexander recently looked at the various types of licence and how they can make it easier for people to share online content without worrying about breaching copyright law.
Copyright compliance expert Clare Painter provides guidance on the various types of Creative Commons (CC) licences and the points to consider when choosing to use material under the various licences, from the best-known CC BY licence to some of the most restrictive such as the Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives CC BY-NC-ND where commercial use and adaptations are prohibited.
FreePint managing editor, Catherine Dhanjal, reports from the recent Content Workflow event for information managers and researchers in the biopharma field. Presentations included a case study on streamlining workflow and document delivery, tips for market research, information on a new copyright licence for multinationals, and an overview of the Article Galaxy widget.
This end of series report collects a full thematic index of content from the FreePint Topic Series "All About Usage - From Content Sharing to Data Mining" in a convenient PDF package for download and offline reading.
Includes the themes:
Essentials and Introductory Articles...
As the FreePint Topic Series "All About Usage - From Content Sharing to Data Mining" reaches its conclusion, co-producer Andrew Lucas looks back over the series and highlights some of the key articles and events on subjects from authentication to content rights and responsibilities, original research and resource management. He also considers some of the key findings and next steps from the series.
Business information specialist, Chris Porter, talks to Thomson Reuters about the interaction between evolving customer needs and contractual conditions. He interviews Jonathan Beak, chief counsel of the Thomson Reuters Legal business for UK and Ireland, to look in particular at how the Thomson Reuters legal information division has changed its approach since acquiring the Practical Law Company and how this has also impacted on Westlaw.
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