Research content has become particularly overwhelming, not just because of its abundance, but also because people’s access preferences are changing rapidly.
Industry leaders say, ‘Data is the new oil’ and ‘Information is the new petroleum.’ Yet, data by itself has little meaning.
You know the benefits of text mining – accelerated research and faster drug discovery – but is your content creating a barrier to its success?
With 94% of researchers recognizing the potential of data sharing, is it time to be more open minded about open data?
In honor of the annual World Intellectual Property Day, let’s look back at some moments that redefined intellectual property over the years.
While abstracts provide some valuable information, researchers need access to full-text articles to get the best results from text mining projects.
Inefficient workflows on the side of both publishers and libraries are significantly constraining further growth in open access.