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BrainSnail: a dynamic information display system for the sciences.

Telefont M, Asaithambi A - Bioinformation (2009)

Bottom Line: Scientific reference management has become crucial in rapidly expanding fields of biology.Many of the reference management systems currently employed are reference centric and not object/process focused.BrainSnail has been developed with considering both individual researcher and research group efforts.

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Affiliation: Department of Biology, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD, USA. martin.telefont@usd.edu

ABSTRACT
Scientific reference management has become crucial in rapidly expanding fields of biology. Many of the reference management systems currently employed are reference centric and not object/process focused. BrainSnail is a reference management/knowledge representation application that tries to bridge disconnect between subject and reference in the fields of neuropharmacology, neuroanatomy and neurophysiology. BrainSnail has been developed with considering both individual researcher and research group efforts.

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Composite of the input interface and the three layers of the internal information output are shown. (a) Screen shotof the input text field. Each of the three layers, namely (b) anatomy, (c) pharmacology, and (d) reference‐centeredinformation, includes on the left side a picture bar which allows quick access to picture references associated with a selectedelement.
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Figure 1: Composite of the input interface and the three layers of the internal information output are shown. (a) Screen shotof the input text field. Each of the three layers, namely (b) anatomy, (c) pharmacology, and (d) reference‐centeredinformation, includes on the left side a picture bar which allows quick access to picture references associated with a selectedelement.


BrainSnail: a dynamic information display system for the sciences.

Telefont M, Asaithambi A - Bioinformation (2009)

Composite of the input interface and the three layers of the internal information output are shown. (a) Screen shotof the input text field. Each of the three layers, namely (b) anatomy, (c) pharmacology, and (d) reference‐centeredinformation, includes on the left side a picture bar which allows quick access to picture references associated with a selectedelement.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 1: Composite of the input interface and the three layers of the internal information output are shown. (a) Screen shotof the input text field. Each of the three layers, namely (b) anatomy, (c) pharmacology, and (d) reference‐centeredinformation, includes on the left side a picture bar which allows quick access to picture references associated with a selectedelement.
Bottom Line: Scientific reference management has become crucial in rapidly expanding fields of biology.Many of the reference management systems currently employed are reference centric and not object/process focused.BrainSnail has been developed with considering both individual researcher and research group efforts.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Biology, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD, USA. martin.telefont@usd.edu

ABSTRACT
Scientific reference management has become crucial in rapidly expanding fields of biology. Many of the reference management systems currently employed are reference centric and not object/process focused. BrainSnail is a reference management/knowledge representation application that tries to bridge disconnect between subject and reference in the fields of neuropharmacology, neuroanatomy and neurophysiology. BrainSnail has been developed with considering both individual researcher and research group efforts.

No MeSH data available.