Discover this study commissioned by PRC which offers the first comprehensive look at what publishers and others are doing, and plan to do, in both data and text mining of the scholarly, mainly journal, literature. Lots of fascinating detail from a number of viewpoints – from 29 interviews (including TEMIS) and 190 detailed responses to a survey. 153pp. The study was carried out by Eefke Smit, STM and Maurits van der Graaf.
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