CupQ: A New Clinical Literature Search Engine
A new clinical literature search engine, called CupQ, is presented. It aims to help clinicians stay updated with medical knowledge. Although PubMed is currently one of the most widely used digital libraries for biomedical information, it frequently does not return clinically relevant results. CupQ utilizes a ranking algorithm that filters non-medical journals, compares semantic similarity between queries, and incorporates journal impact factor and publication date. It organizes search results into useful categories for medical practitioners: reviews, guidelines, and studies. Qualitative comparisons suggest that CupQ may return more clinically relevant information than PubMed. CupQ is available at https://cupq.io/.
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generalising: Morning reading: a summary of a "new clinical literature search engine", CupQ. https://t.co/b52iAGgDRv - one of their key points seems to be that it weights results by impact factor. Ho hum.
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