New Interactive Related Content Feature on SpringerLink

If you like a user interface with interactivity and suggested discovery content, try out the new Related Content feature on SpringerLink database. The Related Content link is located after the abstract, keywords and supplementary material information [the link may not appear immediately]. It will display Concepts found in this article in tag boxes linking to Related articles containing similar concepts [Springer content only].  A dynamic Relationship Map will be displayed alongside and users can click and drag concept ‘nodes’ to visually explore similar papers. Explore the new interactive Related Content service here [requires login to access fulltext]. 

“Springer Nature announces the launch of an interactive Related Content service on the SpringerLink platform. The service will make it faster and easier for researchers to discover relevant scientific content and is powered by UNSILO, a Semantic Discovery Engine that captures trending ideas and novel scientific concepts as they emerge. The new interactive Related Content service allows users to filter similar Springer documents by concepts they are interested in. Users can also visually explore documents that describe similar concepts using the new interactive Relationship Map.”

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