Published on in Vol 3, No 3 (2015): Jul-Sep

Using MEDLINE Elemental Similarity to Assist in the Article Screening Process for Systematic Reviews

Using MEDLINE Elemental Similarity to Assist in the Article Screening Process for Systematic Reviews

Using MEDLINE Elemental Similarity to Assist in the Article Screening Process for Systematic Reviews

Authors of this article:

Xiaonan Ji1 Author Orcid Image ;   Po-Yin Yen1 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Zhang Y, Ibaraki M, Schwartz F. Disease surveillance using online news: an extended study of dengue fever in India. Tropical Medicine and Health 2019;47(1) View
  2. Dunn A, Coiera E, Bourgeois F. Unreported links between trial registrations and published articles were identified using document similarity measures in a cross-sectional analysis of ClinicalTrials.gov. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2018;95:94 View
  3. Schwartz F, Zhang Y, Ibaraki M. What's Next Now That the Boom in Contaminant Hydrogeology Has Busted?. Groundwater 2019;57(2):205 View
  4. Valente D. Discussion: Interventions to Decrease Postoperative Edema and Ecchymosis after Rhinoplasty: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 2016;137(5):1463 View
  5. Zhang Y, Ji X, Ibaraki M, Schwartz F. Mining Information from Collections of Papers: Illustrative Analysis of Groundwater and Disease. Groundwater 2018;56(6):993 View
  6. Brockmeier A, Ju M, Przybyła P, Ananiadou S. Improving reference prioritisation with PICO recognition. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2019;19(1) View
  7. Zhang Y, Ibaraki M, Schwartz F. Disease surveillance using online news: Dengue and zika in tropical countries. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2020;102:103374 View
  8. Santos Á, da Silva E, Couto L, Reis G, Belo V. The use of artificial intelligence for automating or semi-automating biomedical literature analyses: A scoping review. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2023;142:104389 View