Microsoft Academic Search Overview at NFAIS 2012 - Lee Dirks

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  • “User Behavior & The Emerging New Normal: User adoption of disruptive technologies has been and will continue to be a driving force in shaping the information landscape. This session will look at some of the initiatives that are being fueled by current user information behavior, expectations, and needs, such as the development of digital libraries, collaborative scholarship, and innovative and measure the value of web-based scholarship.”
  • Research areasText-miningNatural Language ProcessingInformation retrieval / search algorithms Entity extraction Machine learning (forname disambiguation)Visualization / user interface
  • Actions:View | Subscribe | Edit Twitter | Facebook Pivot your searchExtracted keyword / phrasesAuthorsJournalReferences Citations & Citation Context
  • ExamplesLatent Semantic AnalysisGranulocyte Colony Stimulating FactorTrendingDefinitionsRelated entitiesAuthorsConferences JournalsKeywords
  • Who are they? What have they published?Where have they published?Who are their co-authors? Who has cited their works?
  • Who are they? What have they published?Where have they published?Who are their co-authors? Who has cited their works?
  • Who are they? What have they published?Where have they published?Who are their co-authors? Who has cited their works?
  • Who are they? What have they published?Where have they published?Who are their co-authors? Who has cited their works?
  • Microsoft Academic Search Overview at NFAIS 2012 - Lee Dirks

    1. 1. Next-GenerationScholarly Discovery | Director—Portfolio Strategy Microsoft Research
    2. 2. ••••• •••
    3. 3. |Outreach. Collaboration. Innovation.•••• http://research.microsoft.com/collaboration/
    4. 4. Explore over 38.8 million publications…and growing http://academic.research.microsoft.com
    5. 5. MSR Academic Search data comes from openaccess repositories, publishers, and web crawls – Currently 38.8M papers across ~15 domains • 75M+ papers in the queue – More enhancements to come…
    6. 6. Working with publishers
    7. 7. 70+ Content Providers growing weeklySigned Signed & Indexed
    8. 8. Signed 70+ Content Partners SignedPartner PapersAAAS 225,000American Geophysical Union 141,000American Institute of Physics 437,000American Medical Association 125,000American Psychological Association 194,500Annual Reviews 30,000arXiv 680,000Association for Computing Machinery 80,000Astrophysics Data System (ADS) 8,700,000BASE 29,000,000bepress 500,000BioMed Central 88,000BioOne 85,000BMJ 577,000Brill 100,000Cambridge University Press 580,000Central & Eastern European Online Library: CEEOL 131,200CERN Document Server 200,000CiteSeer 750,000Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Org 50,000CrossRef 46,000,000Digital.CSIC 35,153Elsevier 9,500,000Emerald 150,000HighWire 3,197,000Hindawi Publishing Corporation 40,000Humanities Text InitiativeIADIS 50,000 6,500 ImminentIEEE 625,000IGI Global 14,000Information Bridge: DOE 280,000 Partner PapersInstitute of Physics 425,046 Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. 80,000InTech 8,000 SIAM 40,000ITHAKA/JSTOR 1,000,000 Thieme 300,000Karger AG 260,000M.E. Sharpe 100,000MedKnowMetaPress 60,000 5,600,000 In DiscussionMIT Press 23,000National Institute of Informatics 2,800,000NDLTD 1,600,000 Partner PapersOAIster 23,000,000 AgEcon Search 40,001Oxford University Press 650,000 Allen Press ????PNAS 103,000 American Chemical Society 900,799PolicyArchive 30,000 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) 165,000Project Euclid 108,436 American Society of Civil Engineers 80,000Project Muse 200,000 American Society of Mechanical Engineers 60,000Public Knowledge Project 18,000 Atypon 10,000,000Public Library of Science 130,000 De Gruyter 50,000Publishing Technology Plc. (Ingenta) 5,200,000 Nature Publishing Group 700,000PubMed 22,000,000 New England Journal of Medicine 185,000Qscience 1,000 Optical Society of America (OSA) 200,000RACO 116,054 Silverchair ????RePEc 970,000 SPIE 300,000Royal Society 65,000 Taylor & Francis 1,300,000Royal Society of Chemistry 300,000 Trove (National Library of Australia) 800,000Royal Society of Medicine 18,000 USGS Publications Warehouse 75,000Sage 700,000 Wiley-Blackwell 4,000,000Social Science Research Network (SSRN) 263,000Springer 4,900,000 William S. Hein & Co. 1,000,000VGTU Press 1,100 Wolters Kluwer Health, Medical Research 1,100,000
    9. 9. 4 August 2011 | Nature 476, 18 (2011)(doi:10.1038/476018a)“…Meanwhile, Microsoft AcademicSearch (MAS), which launched in2009 and has a tool similar toGoogle Scholar, has over the pastfew months added a suite of niftynew tools based on its citationmetrics (go.nature.com/u1ouut).These include visualizations ofcitation networks (see Mapping thestructure of science); publicationtrends; and rankings of the leadingresearchers in a field.”
    10. 10. Analyst CoverageOutsell: 10 to WatchGoogle Scholar and Microsoft Academic Search“Two giants from outside the main STM arena threaten to shake up the space for STMmetrics and analytical services. Google Scholar and Microsoft Academic Search announcednew functionalities that could disrupt those offered as commercial services from ThomsonReuter’s Web of Knowledge and Elsevier’s Scopus.”“Now Google Scholar is offering its own citation tracker functionality – free to use, ofcourse – that can allow authors to calculate performance metrics such as the h-index.Microsoft, meanwhile, has focused on adding functionality to its search results, such asdynamic lists of top authors/publications/journals/organisations.”
    11. 11. Outsell: A compelling user experience • “…There are a number of interesting features here which make it a good alternative to Google Scholar [emphasis added] – in particular, …it provides some nice graphics, and some handy links in the left bar to refine your search by particular authors, journals or keywords. • “The other tools on the Microsoft academic site are really well- implemented and a lot of fun as well, particularly if you’re a published researcher. • “You can use the co-author graph and citation graph tools to generate beautiful visual representations of who’s citing your work, or who you’re connected to through authorship…”** Ware, Mark (2011), “Scientific, Technical & Market Information: 2011 Market Forecast and Trends Report,” 13Outsell (November 30)
    12. 12. Alerts Papers Editpublication ExportLinks to fulltext Citation History and ContextReferences &Citing Papers
    13. 13. AlertsTop … Usage History keyword Definitions
    14. 14. Top … Sort journal
    15. 15. Embed Authornetwork author Citing Papers
    16. 16. CompareDomainTrendsorganization
    17. 17. Call forPapersconferences
    18. 18. Ranking
    19. 19. Editing
    20. 20. Embedding
    21. 21. Public API• Application Programming Interface – Supports queries against all academic entities and their basic info• With the API, you can – Work with others to share info – Help users to build useful clients• All openly available to everyone – Targeting the academic community – API is available for non-commercial use only API details at http://academic.research.microsoft.com/About/Help.htm#5
    22. 22. Entity-Based DiscoveryArticle/Person/Organization/Event Entity Count Publications 38,869,302 Citations 87,777,630 Authors 16,875,458 Conferences 2,812 Journals 13,583 Organizations 19,237 Domain/subdomains 219
    23. 23. http://sciencecard.org/
    24. 24. http://mas.eigenfactor.org/
    25. 25. Next up…• Growth – More content coverage – Authenticated Access / Library Links (Associate Member) – Committed to implementing CrossMark – Exploring partnerships – New usage scenarios (including data citation) • Expanded content types (Founding Sponsor)• Our Commitments – MAS is a web service for researchers, by researchers. – We intend to be an open platform for the community, and we want to commit to the community to keep this service open, transparent, and a “sandbox” available to researchers for exploration and experimentation. – We are very interested to evolving this service to better represent how science/academia works. As protocols and/or standards emerge, we hope to embody these as part of MAS moving forward.
    26. 26. http://www.lounginlizzard.com/mountain-life-t-shirt-1.html
    27. 27. Thank you! @MSFTAcademic Lee Dirks Director, Portfolio Strategy Microsoft Research | Connections ldirks@microsoft.com or scholar@microsoft.com URL – http://www.microsoft.com/scholarlycomm/ Facebook: Scholarly Communication at Microsoft
    28. 28. How to engage with Microsoft Research Connections• always • scholar@microsoft.com •• give us feedback! •• RSS feed Facebook

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