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Comparing citation numbers between articles at two stages of a Model Organism Database curation workflow
Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Mining Scientific Publications - WOSP 2017
Model organism databases (MODs) facilitate the connections between published research papers with genes and other biological information. MODs aim to make research data easier to access to the research community, especially for researchers relying on genetic data and other information about a specific species. This paper follows previous research (Beradini, et al. 2016) that attempted to use quantitative data to determine if and how literature curated by a MOD makes a difference to the accessdoi:10.1145/3127526.3127536 dblp:conf/jcdl/LauruhnM17 fatcat:hcqipmoocfasbbvpm7gwgeakni