I have been having enormous fun over the last hour playing with LigerCat. I was searching for ways to build tag clouds for papers in Pubmed and this came up: LigerCat: Using “MeSH Clouds” from Journal, Article, or Gene Citations to Facilitate the Identification of Relevant Biomedical Literature. And they have a web site to do searches: LigerCat Literature and Genomics Resource Catalogue
So, of course, like many others, the first thing I did was search for myself:
I then repeated the search, but excluded articles from the SIGS journals, since I have about 100 of those articles that are in essence "Genome sequencing reports":
So this was fun. So then I played around with a variety of other searches
University of California[Affiliation] Davis[Affiliation]
Some things did not work for some reason(microbiome, metagenomic) but overall this is a useful quick way to get a feel for topics covered in some area.
Saturday, June 11, 2011
Fun with Ligercat: pubmed word clouds
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