|By Business Wire||
|September 22, 2016 09:07 AM EDT|
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), creating global licensing and content solutions that make copyright work, announces its text mining solution, RightFind™ XML for Mining, is available to startups, and small and medium-sized enterprises.
RightFind XML for Mining allows publishers to offer life science companies access to full-text articles in native XML format for import into their preferred text mining software, such as Linguamatics I2E.
XML for Mining is built on CCC’s RightFind™ platform, a unique suite of cloud-based workflow solutions that offer immediate, easy access to a full range of scientific, technical, and medical (STM) peer-reviewed journal content.
More than 40 publishers are taking part including Springer Nature, Wiley, Oxford University Press, BMJ, the Royal Society of Chemistry, Taylor & Francis, SAGE, Cambridge University Press, American Diabetes Association, American Society for Nutrition, and Future Medicine.
Using RightFind XML for Mining, commercial life science researchers can identify and download collections of full-text XML articles from thousands of peer-reviewed journals. They can identify and download articles associated with their research from publications to which they subscribe, and discover and purchase articles that fall outside of company subscriptions, providing the most complete article collection for mining. All content in RightFind XML for Mining is pre-authorized for use in commercial text mining projects for internal research purposes.
“Many people associate text mining endeavors with large, multinational companies, but we have had significant interest in RightFind XML for Mining from organizations of all sizes, including start-up biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies,” said Lauren Tulloch, Senior Director, Corporate Products and Services, at CCC.
About Copyright Clearance Center
Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), with its subsidiaries RightsDirect and Ixxus, is a global leader in content workflow, document delivery, text and data mining and rights licensing technology for thousands of publishers, businesses and academic institutions. CCC’s solutions provide anytime, anywhere content access, usage rights and information management while promoting and protecting the interests of copyright holders. CCC serves more than 35,000 customers and over 12,000 copyright holders worldwide and manages more than 950 million rights from the world’s most sought-after journals, books, blogs, movies and more. Since 2008, CCC has been named one of the top 100 companies that matter most in the digital content industry by EContent Magazine. The company has locations in the US, the UK, the Netherlands, Spain, Romania and Japan.
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