We’re happy to announce the release of the latest version of CDD’s software, now available live at www.collaborativedrug.com. The big update in this release is the ability to archive information on scientific references (references as in the references section of a publication). There are two goals for this functionality: 1) to allow researchers to share lists of relevant articles with each other, and 2) to provide a convenient way to link back to the original article when curating data from literature. We have addressed the first goal with this release, and are now working on the second goal, which we plan to release soon.
With this release we’ve made it convenient to search PubMed for articles, and to then import the relevant ones into your private CDD database. You can also upload PDFs to share with colleagues in your private group (and only within your private group, which is permitted fair use of these often copyrighted materials).
A few other important fixes were also included in this release:
We hope you find the new functionality useful, and as always we welcome your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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