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European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (Europa Medicophysica) 2011 December;47(4):687-90

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Quertle and KNALIJ: searching PubMed has never been so easy and effective

Giglia E.

University of Turin, Turin, Italy


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Quertle and KNALIJ are two innovative tools created to search PubMed in a easier and more effective way. They dramatically reduce time to discover meaningful results. Quertle allows a semantic search in multiple biomedical databases (PubMed included) and runs a query via relationships between concepts, so that you retrieve at ease more pertinent results and can navigate them by “key concepts”. KNALIJ is a visualization tool which searches PubMed and presents the results in the form of visual, interactive maps you can zoom, scale, and explore according to new paths.

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