How to use CoCites — the basics

A radically different search method

The default method to searching scientific literature is entering keywords in a literature database. The quality and relevance of the keywords determines the quality and relevance of the results. Entering several best-guess keywords will return relevant articles, but they are likely not all there is and may not be a ‘representative’ selection. Researchers who don’t want to…

--

--

--

Professor of epidemiology | Emory University, Atlanta USA | Writes about (genetic) prediction, critical thinking, evidence, and lack thereof.

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

Create moving average and RSI features: to Predict Market Status & Price Movement

Data engineering in 2020

Multiple Eyeballs Reduce Bugs | Multiple OCR Approach

How to visualize your data in an attractive way with Flourish

Matplotlib Module — Python

Keep Track of What You Find

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Cecile Janssens

Cecile Janssens

Professor of epidemiology | Emory University, Atlanta USA | Writes about (genetic) prediction, critical thinking, evidence, and lack thereof.

More from Medium

Impurity and Information Gain — part 1

Amino Meenie Miney Moe — How to Characterise Protein Domains

Realising your #pipedream — #DeveloperCentricity Onboarding Experience for your #DevOps2.0

What’s next for Data Privacy and Stewardship?

Noble Ackerson Speaking at Fluxible Canada 2019