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In the final part of our product review of AdisInsight from Springer Nature, a database of international drug research offering a single access location for current evidence on drug developments and treatments, we find out what help and training is available to users as well as competition in this area, including Cortellis from Clarivate Analytics, Trialtrove from Pharma Intelligence and Orbit Intellixir from Questel. We also find out about its plans to improve end-user privacy and introduce content visualisation.
Note: Full review in Subscription Report (PDF)
In the third part of our product review of AdisInsight from Springer Nature, a database of international drug research offering a single access location for current evidence on drug developments and treatments, we explore the technology behind the product. We focus on the options available to search, share and export its five content sets and how administrators can better monitor usage.
In the second part of our product review of AdisInsight from Springer Nature, a database of international drug research offering a single access location for current evidence on drug developments and treatments, we look at its content. In particular, its five content sets; drugs, clinical trials, deals, safety reports and patents. We also find out about its extensive editorial process.
AdisInsight from Springer Nature is a comprehensive scientific database of international drug research, offering a single access location for current evidence on drug developments and treatments. In the first part of Jinfo's updated product review, we take a look at the company behind the product, its key advantages, what's changed since our last review in 2017, and the product's value to those organisations working within the healthcare sector.
AdisInsight is a comprehensive scientific database of international drug research. It holds curated, evidence-based records of drugs at all stages of development. Content is added and updated daily by experts and it also uses web-scraping algorithms. Jinfo last reviewed the product back in 2015...
Information professionals within the pharma industry will no doubt be aware of the prominence of artificial intelligence and machine learning in 2020, but what other trends look set to shake the industry up this year? This article takes a look at what we can expect, including advances involving the Internet of Things and advanced analytics amongst others, and explores some of the data protection regulations worldwide.
If you're an information manager working with content, you'll need to know about APIs. This article looks at what APIs are, how they can be used, what propelled their growth, and the benefits of using APIs from an information manager's perspective. Plus, we examine what to look out for when considering their use within the organisation, along with some useful resources to learn more about them.
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.
This article looks at some of the issues explored in a recent webinar held by Alteryx, the data science and analytics software company, and presented by Nick Jewell and Sumit Paul-Choudhury. It looked at the history of computing and artificial intelligence and some of the issues that have started to emerge from its use. It also focused on the use of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and ends with a useful checklist for AI projects.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is one of the world's leading pharmaceutical and healthcare companies. As part of our Research Focus, "Creating an Information Centre of Excellence", Andrew Lucas recently spoke to Helen Malone, director of the Global Information Hub at GSK and the president of Pharma Documentation Ring to find out about the company, Helen's recent talk at the ConTech conference, GSK's comprehensive data and analytics strategy and what role information professionals can play in the future.
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.
Technology is constantly evolving and information professionals have to keep up with new developments and end-users want reliable information without having to understand the technology behind it. This article uses mini case studies to explore how information professionals can keep up to date with technology and implement the best solution in areas from single sign-on (SSO) to tender information and extracting citations.
This article identifies some of the AI-related challenges and opportunities for information professional's working in the pharma and life science field, helping them and their colleagues and customers gain an overview of the breadth of AI developments and their current impact and future potential, as well as providing some useful resources and references. Three elements of transformational change at the societal, organisational and personal levels are also explored which see AI developments being integrated into business activities and products.
In the final part of our product review of Minesoft PatBase, a global patent database, we look at the help and training available, including its useful case studies which illustrate real-world usage of the product for differing use-cases, future development of the product, competitors such as Clarivate Analytics, Questel, and TotalPatent as well as its pricing options.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3094
In part three of our product review of Minesoft PatBase, a global patent database, we look at its impressive range of search options and overall functionality, its analytics tools and the latest iteration of its analytics platform, which includes the ability to create charts and graphs, including 3D landscape, nested and semi-pies, polar charts and Venn diagrams as well as its content output options.
Part two of our product review of Minesoft PatBase, a global patent database, we take a closer look at its strengths and weaknesses and an in-depth look at its sources, in particular, its full-text collections as well as the languages available within the product.
We last reviewed Minesoft PatBase, an award-winning global patent database, nearly four years ago and since then the platform has undergone quite a few changes including the expansion of its full-text coverage and analytics tool. Read part one of our latest product review to find out about the product, who benefits from using it and what value it provides along with its recent partnership with Darts-ip and what effect this integration will have on the product.
Minesoft PatBase is an award-winning global patent database used by intellectual property professionals who rely on it for its business-critical patent information. It has undergone quite a few changes since we last reviewed the product a few years ago. Two notable changes include its analytics...
How can the pharmaceutical industry implement chatbots? This article looks at one company's experience of working through and implementing a chatbot to handle medical information enquiries and discusses some of the issues to consider, such as partnering, regulatory considerations, implementation and lessons learned.
In the final part of our product review of PharmaCircle Business Class Elite (BCE) we look at the help and training available. The company considers one-to-one customer support its top priority with a team of experts to provide the required support. Its competitors, who include Thomson Reuters' Cortellis, Informa's Pharmaprojects, and Springer Nature's AdisInsight, along with pricing and development plans, including the refinement of its proprietary search technology.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3058
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