Discover the Trends of eHealth Research Domain

Discover the Trends of eHealth Research DomainTransinsight's GoPubMed.org, the semantic search engine for the life sciences, is able to generate an advanced statistical overview applied to the eHealth domain. With novel text-mining technologies and ontological background knowledge this feature can analyze the potential and the trends of any scientific topic in a fast and automated way.

The term eHealth is describing the application of information and communication technologies (ICT) across the whole range of healthcare domain which, one way or another, affect the health of citizens and patients.

GoPubMed.org, with its integrated statistics feature, unveils the potential and the trends of the eHealth domain in a very simple way - type 'eHealth' keyword on http://www,gopubmed.org and click on the "Statistics" bar. According to the generated statistics data, the term eHealth is present in more than 90 scientific publications, a two times increase in the last five years.

A helpful feature for eHealth researchers is the illustration of the "Network of top Authors" or the table, named "Top Authors". By clicking on an author name, the platform will expand the query to related articles of this author.

"Top countries" and "Top cities" tables provide a detailed overview on the main eHealth related research locations by countries and cities. All countries and cities names are linked to related articles; it allows a quick access to articles of your interest.

"In GoPubMed retrieved documents are sorted into highly organized semantic networks. We are pleased to see the explosion of usage of our 'Statistics functionalities' by our users," said Prof. Dr. Michael Schroeder, CSO of Transinsight.

GoPubMed.org is a successful product which exploits work done in the Sealife project (A Semantic Grid Browser for the Life Sciences Applied to the Study of Infectious Diseases) funded under EC's IST-2004-2.4.11 Integrated biomedical information for better health, Sixth Framework Program for Research.

For further information, please visit:
http://www.gopubmed.org

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About Transinsight
Transinsight is focused on semantic software solutions in the area of knowledge- and meaning-based computing. The flagship product, GoPubMed PRO, a semantic biomedical search engine, is the first knowledge-based search engine for the Life Sciences on the Internet. The enterprise is headquartered in Dresden, Germany. Transinsight is ranked under the Top 5 biotech companies in Europe.

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