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Researchers in evidence-based medicine cannot keep up with the amounts of both old and newly published primary research articles. Conducting and updating of systematic reviews is time-consuming. In practice, data extraction is one of the most complex tasks in this process. Exponential improvements in computational processing speed and data storage are fostering the development of data extraction models and algorithms. This, in combination with quicker pathways to publication, led to a largedoi:10.12688/f1000research.22781.1 pmid:32724560 pmcid:PMC7338918 fatcat:33kzea7bhndhhjczszph7p5a5y