Making content findable to users, researchers, professionals, academics, etc., is a common goal. The Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) launched its registry in October 2012 for this exact reason. Now they are on track to reach 1 million registrations at their 2-year anniversary this month. With over 150 members, almost half from academic or government research institutes, and one-quarter from the publishing sector, they are enabling research data exchange interoperability through integration of identifiers into research data systems and workflows.
Medical search engine and database tools aren’t all equal. Depending on your needs, a clinician could gain access to dynamic data to diagnose and treat patients must faster than ever before. One of these options is ClinicalKey, which is now in beta testing.
Wielding SAS Text Analytics helps to reduce manual tagging, improves search results and supports ad revenue generation. This improved digital content performance is achieved by indexing, tagging and classifying data so that the ultimate in findability is achieved.
Labeling people based on behaviors is not a new technology or even behavior. This has been done since the beginning of time. However, with the advancement of semantic technology and the flood of data available, it has become overwhelming to discern a simplified approach to organization.
TEMIS has launched the next generation of its flagship semantic content enrichment solution, Luxid(R). This semantic tagging platform automatically extracts relevant information and identifies relationships residing in unstructured data and facilitates links between similar and related documents.
Remember when you took film to be developed and then shared your packets of memories with friends? It seems so nostalgic, but this routine was occurring only a few years ago. Then came the age of digital photos which led to online photo sites, of which Flickr was born.