Article-based PubMed Search Engine (APSE)
APSE is a search tool that indexes PubMed and aims to identify related articles by extracting keywords from a paperís title and abstract. You can enter the title or PubMed ID (PMID) of a paper of interest and potentially relevant related articles will be retrieved. APSE is currently being tested which researchers can contribute to by selecting whether each retrieved article is relevant, somewhat relevant or irrelevant. The aim is to incorporate relevance feedback into a community-wide benchmark for literature searching and retrieval methodologies.
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  • Healthcare
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  • Search Tool
  • Completely Free
  • Automated Search

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