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Bioinformatics: Search Engines (Assignment 1)
Transcript of Bioinformatics: Search Engines (Assignment 1)
email or print How BioText works?? The BioText Search Engine allows users
to search in “Abstracts - list view”,
“Captions - list view” and
“Captions - grid view”. First Entry Searches in TITLES, ABSTRACTS,
AUTHOR NAMES Returns in a list TITLE, CITATION,
ABSTRACT, thumbnails of FIGURES
from the paper, HTML & PDF links
to the paper and link to the “Endgame view” PubMed is a biomedical literature abstracting service that is produced by the National Library of Medicine. PubMed indexes both primary (e.g., clinical trials, case reports) and tertiary literature (e.g., review articles, practice guidelines) Second Entry Searches in CAPTIONS
(LIST VIEW) Returns in a list TITLE,
HTML & PDF links
to the paper and link
to the“Endgame view” Third Entry Searches in CAPTIONS
(GRID VIEW) Returns corresponding FIGURES in a grid,
short CAPTION excerpt,
CITATION in tooltip and
link to the “Endgame view” CHAN SUE SZE AQ100036
LAU SHIN YEE AQ100050
LEE SOOK YAN AQ100052
TAN AI CHENG AQ100079 SQG 3723-01 BIOCOMPUTATION
AND BIOINFORMATICS LECTURER'S NAME : DR MOHD.SHAHIR SHAMSIR OMAR Can register an account to save your search history, previous queries and current query Search engines includes BioText search engine, PubMed, GoPubMed and Google scholars are programs that search specified keywords of documents and provides list of documents where they are found. In this assignment, the unique functionalities, strengths, and weaknesses of each search engines are determined. INTRODUCTION References: Anna Divoli, M. A. W., Marti A. Hearst. (2010). Full Text and Figure Display Improves Bioscience Literature Search.
Barsky, D. G. a. E. (2005). A look at Google Scholar, PubMed, and Scirus:comparisons and recommendations.
Jacsó, P. (2009). ReleMed, GoPubMed, and Cuil.
Lu, Z. (2013). PubMed and beyond: a survey of web tools for searching biomedical literature.
Ralph Delfs, A. D., Alexander Kozlenkov, and Michael Schroeder. (2003). GoPubMed: ontology-based literature search applied to Gene Ontology and PubMed.
(Barsky, 2005) (Ralph Delfs, 2003) (Lu, 2013) (Lu, 2013)