Springer Nature Utilizes Semantic Discovery With New Interactive Related Content Service on Springerlink Platform
From Springer Nature:
Springer Nature announces the launch of an interactive Related Content service on the SpringerLink platform.
The service will make it faster and easier for researchers to discover relevant scientific content and is powered by UNSILO, a Semantic Discovery Engine that captures trending ideas and novel scientific concepts as they emerge.
The new interactive Related Content service allows users to filter similar Springer documents by concepts they are interested in. Users can also visually explore documents that describe similar concepts using the new interactive Relationship Map.
The launch of the new interactive Related Content service on SpringerLink marks a milestone in the partnership between Springer Nature and UNSILO. The two teams are currently developing several new features that will increase discoverability across Springer Nature’s product platforms. The new interactive Related Content service has been available for several months on 800,000 recent articles in the Springer Biotechnology collection, and will be rolled out on all SpringerLink articles shortly.
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Utilizing Springer’s Biotechnology collection.
See Also: Learn More About UNSILO Here and Here
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