The public beta release of spot.my by RowAnalytics Ltd could change the landscape of search platforms for open access life science literature. PR Newswire brought this information to our attention in their article, “RowAnalytics Launches Public Beta of spot.my, its New Deep Semantic Search Tool for Life Science Research.”
spot.my is intuitive, and its deep semantic search engine enables scientists to find exactly the papers they need, eliminating the need to build long, complex keyword queries.
spot.my bypasses the complex Boolean queries of existing keyword search tools. Instead it intelligently matches all of the context provided by a researcher. The search results are more relevant with significantly better accuracy than existing keyword searches, especially for complex searches.
Private beta has been completed, now the spot.my engine is available online and can be deployed on-site to index and search in-house document sets. It can be integrated with existing IT infrastructure platforms to add context to searches.
Melody K. Smith
Sponsored by Access Innovations, the world leader in taxonomies, metadata, and semantic enrichment to make your content findable.