When trying to grasp the concept of contextualized discovery, a great place to start is the world of comedy.
Life sciences organizations can satisfy the unique and differing information needs of their researchers and developers by integrating data.
With this look at database usage and platform reporting, we conclude our overview on Release 5 of the COUNTER Code of Practice.
Irene Barbers examines the changes made in Release 5 of the COUNTER Code of Practice, and how they effect the usage analysis of book content.
R&D-intensive organizations need to overcome these common data integration challenges to provide their workers with easy access to needed information.
In this blog post, Irene Barbers examines the COUNTER changes from Release 4 to Release 5, and the impact it will have on usage analysis of journal content.
How can R&D-intensive organizations provide their workers with easy access to needed information? It starts with data integration.