May 26, 2016

Knowledge.Bio: A Web application for exploring, building and sharing webs of biomedical relationships mined from PubMed

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Richard BruskiewichBenjamin M Good

Abstract

Knowledge.Bio is a web platform that enhances access and interpretation of knowledge networks extracted from biomedical research literature. The interaction is mediated through a collaborative graphical user interface for building and evaluating maps of concepts and their relationships, alongside associated evidence. In the first release of this platform, conceptual relations are drawn from the Semantic Medline Database and the Implicitome, two complementary resources derived from text mining of PubMed abstracts.

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