SciSight: Combining faceted navigation and research group detection for COVID-19 exploratory scientific search

@article{Hope2020SciSightCF,
  title={SciSight: Combining faceted navigation and research group detection for COVID-19 exploratory scientific search},
  author={Tom Hope and Jason Portenoy and Kishore Vasan and Jon Borchardt and Eric Horvitz and Daniel S. Weld and Marti A. Hearst and Jevin D. West},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2020}
}
The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked unprecedented mobilization of scientists, generating a deluge of papers that makes it hard for researchers to keep track and explore new directions. Search engines are designed for targeted queries, not for discovery of connections across a corpus. In this paper, we present SciSight, a system for exploratory search of COVID-19 research integrating two key capabilities: first, exploring associations between biomedical facets automatically extracted from papers… 

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