DANVERS, Mass., May 23, 2017 – Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a global leader in content management, copyright licensing, discovery and delivery solutions, today announced enhancements to RightFind® XML for Mining, a cloud-based solution enabling users to quickly identify and download a corpus of full-text XML articles from more than 50 multiple publishers through a single source. With these new features, CCC enables users with no previous experience to harness the benefits of semantic enrichment, reducing manual processes and increasing efficiency in research.
Building on CCC’s existing partnership with SciBite, a leading provider of semantic solutions for the life sciences and pharmaceutical industries, RightFind XML for Mining now provides a powerful new semantic search workflow through a “one-click” integration with SciBite’s DOCstore product, a faceted search repository for semantically enriched text. The integration enables researchers to work efficiently and at scale within a fully hosted, end-to-end solution for scientific literature licensing, access and normalization, semantic enrichment and semantic search.
“By listening to our clients and understanding their needs at a deep level, CCC has improved RightFind XML for Mining substantially through platform enhancements and our collaboration with SciBite, simplifying our clients’ ability to achieve meaningful insights,” said Lauren Tulloch, Senior Director, Corporate Products and Services, CCC. “These changes enable organizations to reduce manual and administrative overhead, while adding tremendous value to information discovery and innovation initiatives.”
“Through this integration, CCC and SciBite have brought together two easy-to-use tools that empower researchers of varied skill sets and experience, from beginners to experts, to derive helpful and valuable insights,” said Rob Greenwood, CEO, SciBite. “DOCstore’s simple but robust interface guides users through scientific, life sciences and biomedical concepts, transforming the performance of teams across the organization – from early phase research and competitive intelligence to pharmacovigilance and IDMP compliance.”
RightFind XML for Mining includes more than 8,000 journal titles representing more than 50 participating publishers, more than 8 million full-text articles in normalized XML format and more than 18 million additional MEDLINE citations and abstracts – the only solution in the market today that provides licensing and access to such a breadth of machine-readable content.
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