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Unique identifier OMICS_07947
Name PubReMiner
Interface Web user interface
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The development of PubMed search strategies for patient preferences for treatment outcomes

2016
PMCID: 4966584
PMID: 27473226
DOI: 10.1186/s12874-016-0192-5

[…] set. to develop optimal search strategies to retrieve this set, all articles in the reference set were randomly split into a development and a validation set. mesh-terms and keywords retrieved using pubreminer were tested individually and as combinations in pubmed and evaluated for retrieval performance (e.g. sensitivity (se) and specificity (sp))., of 8238 articles, 22 were considered to report […]

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A practical application of text mining to literature on cognitive rehabilitation and enhancement through neurostimulation

2014
Front Syst Neurosci
PMCID: 4176459
PMID: 25309356
DOI: 10.3389/fnsys.2014.00182

[…] repertoire used for this review. the last 7 columns show topics whose corpora of publications were studied with tm (gray scale codes the weight of the approach). references: medsum (bridges-webb, ), pubreminer (koster, ), lingercat (sarkar et al., ), carrot2 (carpineto et al., ), anne o'tate (smalheiser et al., ), biotextquest (iliopoulos et al., ), askmedline (fontelo et al., ), ultimate […]

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Routine development of objectively derived search strategies

2012
Syst Rev
PMCID: 3351720
PMID: 22587829
DOI: 10.1186/2046-4053-1-19

[…] to identify controlled vocabulary. terms are selected on the basis of their frequency in the development set and their relevance to the research question. for this purpose, tools such as pubmed pubreminer, a free web service for searches in medline [], or endnote®, a reference management software are used. in pubreminer subheadings should be used with caution: because controlled vocabulary […]

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Search Filters for Finding Prognostic and Diagnostic Prediction Studies in Medline to Enhance Systematic Reviews

2012
PLoS One
PMCID: 3290602
PMID: 22393453
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0032844

[…] prediction research on a wide spectrum of different diseases, thereby increasing the generalizability of our results. fourth, similar to ingui, we used automated word count frequency methods (i.e. pubreminer and termine – see “” section) to develop our additional search string. a different approach – for example a manual word count frequency method or consulting experts on prediction research […]

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Search filters to identify geriatric medicine in Medline

2011
PMCID: 3341784
PMID: 21946235
DOI: 10.1136/amiajnl-2011-000319

[…] relevant., to create robust search filters, we needed to choose relevant text words and mesh terms. two different approaches were used to find discriminating search terms. first, using the program pubreminer, we performed a frequency analysis to find the most frequently occurring single-term text words and mesh terms in the development set, in both the relevant and not relevant articles. […]

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Representation of Cancer in the Medical Literature A Bibliometric Analysis

2010
PLoS One
PMCID: 2976696
PMID: 21085482
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0013902

[…] published most prolifically on each of the 26 cancers., clusters a and b were identified in the 2007 edition of thomson reuter's jcr, and cluster c was identified using the cloud-based web service pubreminer ., in order to assess scientific yield relative to disease burden, a publication ratio was derived using a method described by al shahi et al. in 2001 . briefly, we divided the number […]


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