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RightFind XML for Mining

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Copyright Clearance Center has launched a text mining solution, RightFind XML for Mining.

Using the module, commercial life science researchers can create sets of full-text XML articles from more than 4,000 peer-reviewed journals produced by over 25 scientific, technical, and medical (STM) publishers, and import them into their preferred third-party text mining software, the company says.

XML for Mining is built on the RightFind platform, CCC’s suite of cloud-based workflow solutions that offer immediate, easy access to a full range of STM peer-reviewed journal content. Linguamatics I2E text mining software is the first third-party text mining platform integrated with RightFind XML for Mining; integrations with other third-party solutions are planned.

Publishers participating in the offering include Springer Science+Business Media, Wiley, BMJ, the Royal Society of Chemistry, Taylor & Francis, SAGE, Cambridge University Press, American Diabetes Association, American Society for Nutrition, Future Medicine and more.  The module is available to businesses through the sales teams of CCC and RightsDirect, CCC’s European subsidiary.

'The discovery process is enhanced by providing automated access to the many findings that appear in full-text literature, and letting researchers mine content beyond the abstracts,' said Babis Marmanis, CTO and vice president for engineering. 'This saves time, and it can also help reduce costs and mitigate an organisation’s copyright infringement risk since all of the content is pre-authorised for commercial text mining.'

CCC will conduct live demonstrations of RightFind XML for Mining at the Special Libraries Association (SLA) Annual Conference in Boston, from June 14 to 16, on booth 509.