2Dsearch: new year, new release

New year, new release — I am delighted this week to announce a new release of 2Dsearch. This contains a variety of bug fixes and improvements, including support for IEEE XPlore, a ‘Help me choose’ feature and automated search report generation.

You can now use 2Dsearch to search visually across 10 different databases and use automated translations for many more. We’ve also made improvements to the canvas user experience and now provide starter examples for each of the 10 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 January 15, 2021.

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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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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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