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Feedback for PubMed

Posted by on June 18th, 2018 Posted in: News from NLM


PubMed Labs is an experimental site being used to test new technologies, features, and directions for PubMed. It’s also a way to offer feedback to the National Library of Medicine for PubMed 2.0, which will be released in December 2018. PubMed Labs, which consists of all the records found in PubMed, is being used to test new and different features as well as including existing features in its interface. The goal is to improve user experience, and additional features are being added all the time.

PubMed Labs includes a new search algorithm that uses machine learning to more accurately find the best matches. There are several unique aspects, including the default for search results (best match), a revamped search results page, and better mobile optimization. Conduct your searches in PubMed Labs to experiment with potential changes and give your feedback. View a 20 minute presentation by Kathi Canese from the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) at the 2018 Medical Library Association Annual Meeting to learn more.

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Medical Librarian, Network Outreach Coordinator, NN/LM, PNR. I work for a network of libraries and organizations with an interest in health information.

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