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MLA 2009: Online Users' Meeting, Speaker: David Gillikin

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NLM Online Users' Meeting

 

NLM Online Users’ Meeting

May 18, 2009
David Gillikin
Chief, Bibliographic Service Division
National Library of Medicine
National Institutes of Health
Department of Health & Human Services

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Presentations

Presentations

David Gillikin - Online Update
Paula Kitendaugh - MedlinePlus
Maria Collins - DOCLINE
Questions
Presentations will be posted on the NLM Technical Bulletin

 

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Indexing statistics

Indexing

  • FY2008
    • 671,900 citations indexed for MEDLINE.
    • 1% increase over FY2007.
    • 74,252 gene indexing links created (43% increase from last year).
  • FY2009
    • Anticipating an overall rate of around 710,000 articles indexed.
    • 88% of MEDLINE citations now supplied electronically by publishers.
    • As of May 2009, over 50% of the MEDLINE journals are now indexed from the online version.

 

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OLDMEDLINE data

OLDMEDLINE Data

  • Over 70,000 citations added from the 1948 Current List of Medical Literature CLML to MEDLINE/PubMed.
  • Working on mapping the citation keywords for the 1948 CLML citations to current MeSH.
  • In progress: converting entries from the 1947. CLML

 

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PubMed Enhancements

PubMed Enhancements

  • Many enhancements in the past year:
    • Title first display on search summary page.
    • Advanced Search moved out of Beta and enhanced.
    • My NCBI enhancements.
  • NLM Theater Presentations - details on these and other enhancements already available.
  • Preview of PubMed Redesign underway by NCBI.

 

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PubMed Redesign Goals

PubMed Redesign - Goals

  • Make PubMed easier to use.
  • Simplify the interface.
  • Refresh the look of the site.
  • Organize information better.
  • Make "power features" readily accessible.
  • Promote scientific discover.
  • Draft mockup of new design (subject to change).

 

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Current 2009 PubMed design for the search results page

Current 2009 PubMed design for the search results page.

 

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Prototype re-design for PubMed search summary display

Prototype re-design for PubMed search summary display.

 

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Prototype redesign of PubMed summary results, with the review filter selected.

Prototype redesign of PubMed summary results, with the review filter selected.

 

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Prototype of redesign of PubMed Abstract Display view

Prototype of redesign of PubMed Abstract Display view.

 

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Prototype Redesign of Abstract display with expansion of metadata

Prototype Redesign of Abstract display with expansion of metadata.

 

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Prototype Redesign of PubMed search result page with Limits message and Gene Sensor message.

Prototype Redesign of PubMed search result page with Limits message and Gene Sensor message.

 

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Prototype re-design for PubMed search summary display

Prototype re-design for PubMed search summary display.

 

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Prototype redesign of PubMed summary display, showing Display Setting control panel.

Prototype redesign of PubMed summary display, showing Display Setting control panel.

 

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Prototype redesign of PubMed summary display, showing Send To control panel.

Prototype redesign of PubMed summary display, showing Send To control panel.

 

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Prototype redesign of PubMed summary display, showing Display Setting control panel with expanded E-mail entry and control functions.

Prototype redesign of PubMed summary display, showing Display Setting control panel with expanded E-mail entry and control functions.

 

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PubMed Redesign Summary

PubMed Redesign: Summary

  • The final design is still under development.
  • Functions are not changing, only how they are presented.
  • Anticipated launch: Summer 2009

 

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PubMed Future Project

PubMed Future Project

  • Investigating a version of researcher/author disambiguation.
  • Focusing initially on grantees and their publications — it's what we know about.
  • My NCBI and self-identification.
    • Allowing user to identify publications.
    • Suggesting citations based on automated analysis.

 

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PubMed Central

PubMed Central

  • Statistics as of May 1
    • Over 460 fully participating journals.
    • Over 110 active NIH portfolio titles.
    • Also over 500 journals depositing selected articles.
    • Almost 1.8 million articles.
  • PMC Open Access subset
    • Publisher with Open Access programs, depositing to PMC.
    • Special Collections tab.

 

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PubMed Central list of journals, and Special Collections option.

PubMed Central list of journals, and Special Collections option.

 

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PubMed Central Journals page showing the list of Publisher programs supplying Open Access articles to PMC.

PMC Open Access Subset includes articles from a number of publishers' programs, each of which deposits selected articles from a range of journals.  The Special Collections tab is a complete list of the publishers programs that deposit to PMC.

 

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LinkOut

LinkOut

  • No LinkOut User meeting this year.
    LinkOut representatives are available at the NLM Exhibit booth.
  • LinkOut presentation part of the NLM Theater schedule.
  • One new feature:
    Working with Serial Solutions to provide support for LinkOut within their OpenURL resolver — talk with Serial Solutions for details.

 

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Unified Medical Language System

Unified Medical Language System (UMLS)

 

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Specialized Information Services

Specialized Information Services

  • NLM Theater presentation on product updates.
  • WISER 4.2 version has been released.
  • NLM Drug Information Portal Web site launched: covers current drug information from NLM and other government agencies.
    http://druginfo.nlm.nih.gov/
  • NLM Disaster Information Management Research Center (DIMRC) Web Site launched: provides access to disaster health information at all stages of preparedness, response, mitigation, and recovery.
    http://disasterinfo.nlm.nih.gov

 

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Specialised Information Services

Specialised Information Services

  • TOXMAP:
    • Updated cancer and other mortality data.
    • Redesigned Search and Set Region pages.
    • Enhanced, more accurate map presentations with a variety of map scales
  • TOXNET:
    • Carcinogenic Potency Database now available.
    • Reports analyses of animal cancer tests on 1,547 chemicals.

 

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ClinicalTrials.gov

ClinicalTrials.gov

  • Basic Results data now available.
  • Congressionally mandated reporting requirement.
  • NLM Theater presentation with details.
  • Options for locating results.
    • Search Results labeled with "Has Results."
    • Advance search limit "has results" option.
    • Study Results tab in actual study.

 

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ClinicalTrials.gov Advance Search page, showing the Study Results option.

ClinicalTrials.gov Advance Search page, showing the Study Results option.

 

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ClinicalTrials.gov Search results list, showing the "has results" caption.

ClinicalTrials.gov Search results list, showing the "has results" caption.

 

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ClincialTrials.gov Study screen, highlighting the Study Results Tab.

ClincialTrials.gov Study screen, highlighting the Study Results Tab.

 

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DailyMed: Product Identification System

DailyMed: Product Identification System.

 

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DailyMed:  Product Identification System

DailyMed: Product Identification System

 

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NIH Public Access Policy

NIH Public Access Policy

  • Omnibus Appropriations Act of 2009 made the NIH Public Access Policy permanent.
    • "...shall require in the current fiscal year and thereafter..."
    • Ensures that the policy persists, instead of potentially requiring an annual renewal.
  • MLA Open Forum, Tuesday May 19, 7:30 am.
  • http://PublicAccess.nih.gov

 

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NIH Public Access Policy

Thank you!

Please stop by the NLM booth for additional information, the NLM Theater presentations, and to give us your feedback.