There is so much going on in ContentMine , and we are deliberately spread over so many sites , that it’s useful to bring some of it together. Here are some of the things I have been involved in in the last few weeks – they’ll give you a good idea of how dynamic we are and the range of activities
- 2-day workshop / hackathon at TGAC (The Genome Analysis Centre, Norwich UK) on how ContentMine-ing can help plant science
- Workshop (slides) and plenary lecture at Cochrane symposium (slides, automatic-extraction-of-knowledge-from-biomedical-literature ) How can contentMining help clinical trials reviews?
- Open letter to European Commissioner Carlos Moedas on Text-and-data mining
- Meeting with Royal Society Publishing and agreement on licence-free TDM. More generally see PeterMR’s blog.
- 5-min Video on Content mining for Zika
- Collaboration with hypothes.is and Proposal for amanuens.is (published in RIO). We have made the second round of the Open Science Prize.
- Massive amounts of software development. Here’s how to install and run our latest stable version. Works on UNIX, MacOSX, and (almost) on Windows.
- Many more presentations from PeterMR , most of these are ContentMine-related.