Sci bite version2.0

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This short presentation describes the new features in the SciBite Pharma/Biotech news system. New to SciBite2.0: SciBite Pathways, allows you to monitor developments across an entire pathway. SciBite GeoPlot, see whats happening globally, zone in on geographical regions of interest and find potential collaborators quickly.

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Sci bite version2.0

  1. 1. SCIBITE 2.0J U LY 2 01 2N E W F E AT U R E S I N S C I B I T EVERSION2.0HTTP://SCIBITE.COMBLOG: HTTP://ABOUT.SCIBITE.COMT W I T T E R : @ S C I B I T E LY
  2. 2. What if you could “follow” drugs,targets, companies and indications in real time…. just asyou do with people?
  3. 3. [See http://www.slideshare.net/scibitely for more info]
  4. 4. What’s New?•  SciBite Pathways – get a view across an area of biology, rather than just a single protein•  GeoPlot – viewing articles by city and country of origin. See who is publishing where and find potential collaborators•  New Topics - shows what we’ve added in response to your feedback•  Email alerts – now added in addition to RSS feeds•  Improved Filtering•  Improved look & feel, many bugs addressed
  5. 5. SciBite Pathways: Monitoring The NetworkExample: Fibrinogen Gamma (http://scibite.com/site/topic/GENE:SCB1X10016) Show/Hide Pathways option Click to show the list of pathways which contain proteins that were identified in this article. In this instance, these are all pathways that contain Fibrinogen Gamma Click on “Blood Clotting Cascade” takes us to a newsletter which combines articles that mention any protein known to be part of that pathway.
  6. 6. Information on what proteins arepresent in a pathway, along with alink to the original source arepresented in the “about” panel on anypathway newsletter Relevant pathways are also shown on individual article pages Pathways are sourced from public resources and we gratefully acknowledge the work that has gone into providing this data. A list of pathway sources we use is available at http://help.scibite.com/the- details/about-our-content/
  7. 7. Improved News Rate box nowprovides links to visualisations Click a marker to see a quick summary of that articleClick “GeoPlot” to see latestarticles, plotted by geographyand coloured by article type
  8. 8. New Topics: Driven By You As our users search, our system captures terms we could not find and passes these (anonymously) to our editorial team Our “New Topics” page lists these, along with the date they were entered into the system and how many articles we have subsequently identified that mention these terms. http://scibite.com/site/tools/newEntities/
  9. 9. The Source Tab makes it easy to customise articles by originThere’s now a direct link to eMailalert subscriptions The Filters & Analysis box is now better organised and easier to understand Its now possible to search by a patent, medline or clinical trial identifier from the text search page
  10. 10. All the cool things from previous versions!•  NewsPlot, visualise the topic landscape•  Filters – Just the news you want•  Integration with Utopia, transform the way you read scientific PDFs•  SciBite Central – major drug discovery feeds and alerts on kinases, ion channels, epigenetics and much more
  11. 11. •  Thanks for reading!•  You can use the website now. Help is at http://help.scibite.com•  Follow us on twitter (@Scibitely) and our blog (http://about.scibite.com)•  Let us know if you require access to the data or API, or have specific custom requests•  Acknowledgements: •  Pathway data are sourced from:  •  WikiPathways (wikipathways.org), NCI Nature Pathways (pid.nci.nih.gov) and Reactome (www.reactome.org)

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