revtools
Description
revtools is a new software package currently being developed by Martin Westgate, a postdoc at the Australian National University in Canberra. The tool aims to produce interactive visualisation of patterns in bibliographic data to support systematic reviews and meta-analyses, allowing users to quickly get a feel for patterns in collections of articles, and to select those entries of most interest to them. The developer states that this is brand new software, so use it at your own risk for now; but more updates are planned. You can download the tool from Github.
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Discipline
  • Multidiscipline
Underlying Approach
  • Visualization
  • Text Mining
Cost
  • Completely Free
Supports
  • Study Selection
  • Text Analysis

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