2Dsearch: new release (spring 2021)

Spring is traditionally a time of new beginnings, so I am delighted this week to announce a new release of 2Dsearch. This contains a variety of bug fixes and improvements, including support for two new databases: ACM Guide to Computing Literature and IDEAS (the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics available freely on the Internet). We’ve also improved our search report generation tool and now offer query statistics to help you refine those all important search strategies.

What all this means is that you can now use 2Dsearch to search visually across 12 different databases and use automated translations for 8 more. We’ve also made further improvements to the user experience and now provide example searches for each of the 12 databases.

We’ve lots more planned for the next release, so if you’d like to help shape this and/or have comments or suggestions then do let us know. We’d be delighted to hear from you!

Originally published at https://www.2dsearch.com on April 27, 2021.

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Tony Russell-Rose

Tony Russell-Rose

Technology innovator with extensive experience in search and information retrieval. PhD in AI / NLP. Specialist skills in user experience, HCI and human factors

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