The increase in research output due to the COVID-19 virus has created a new challenge for scientific publishers: finding enough qualified peer reviewers to keep up with the influx of manuscript submissions.
CCC’s knowledge graph can aid in the identification of peer reviewers and understanding of the research landscape for coronavirus-related publications and has uses ranging from publication ethics to marketing analysis.
Knowledge and information managers are curating and processing a diverse range of sources that are useful for multiple functions across an organization, from business intelligence and strategy to legal affairs and financial planning.
With vastly more data being collected and analyzed all the time, data scientists have developed a tool for representing their insights in an easy-to-comprehend manner, which enables a user to identify significant relationships in and among the data presented in visual form.
The goal of aggregated search is to provide integrated search across multiple, heterogeneous sources. There are broadly two technology approaches that have been used to achieve this; federated search and web-scale indexing, but those aren’t the only options.