Open Access COVID-19 Research Available for Analysis
The U.S. Government is helping to provide access to research related to Covid-19.1 The VPInstitute along with TechMining for Global Good hopes to support and accelerate global knowledge sharing of insights and intelligence embedded in the growing body of open access COVID-19 related research, clinical trials, and intellectual property. Below are:
- A cleaned/refined PubMed coronavirus data-set ready for analysis in VantagePoint text-mining software. (UPDATED MAY 6, 2020). Leave a Reply in the comment field below to offer suggestions, requests, etc. You may also wish to view a PDF primer on Research-Publications-Related-to-the-Corona-Virus-from-PUBMED562020. We will keep the simple research profiles from prior searches available, should you want to revisit.
Data Source: Legacy version of the PubMed database2 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/
Search query: “COVID-19″[All Fields] OR (“coronavirus”[MeSH Terms] OR “coronavirus”[All Fields]) OR “Corona virus”[All Fields] OR “2019-nCoV”[All Fields] OR “SARS-CoV”[All Fields] OR “MERS-CoV”[All Fields] OR “Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome”[All Fields] OR “Middle East Respiratory Syndrome”[All Fields]
File type: .vpt (XML format imported into VantagePoint; Refined using tailored fuzzy match, list cleanup routines tuned to authors and their affiliations. Detailed tuning by humans was not done.)
March 25, 2020: Initial dataset – 19,538 records.
April 8, 2020: Update yielded 21,314 records.
April 22, 2020: Update yielded 24,479 records.
May 6, 2020: Update yielded 28,264 records
2. A cleaned/refined ClinicalTrials.gov dataset ready for analysis in VantagePoint text-mining software. Leave a Reply in the comment field below to offer suggestions, requests, etc. (UPDATED MAY 11, 2020)
Data Source: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/results?cond=COVID-19
File type: .vpt (XML format imported into VantagePoint; Refined to extract Country field; list cleanup routines tuned to “conditions”. Detailed tuning by humans was not done.)
1 Resources include:
b. Follow the link to here: https://pages.semanticscholar.org/coronavirus-research