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ContentMine CMunity Meetup

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ContentMine aims to extract 100 million facts from the scientific literature. To achieve this, we are building a CMunity of content miners in Cambridge and will teach you how to extract data and text from papers using our open source tools.

Whether you’re interested in finding chemistry, phylogenetic trees, DNA sequences, tracking species, gathering papers for a systematic review, automatically extracting data from graphs and more, come and join us for the informal and informative meetup at the Panton Arms.

All are welcome – you could be new to mining and want to find out what it could offer you and your research through to an experienced coder interested in adding to our tool chain – either way we look forward to seeing you there!

This talk is part of the ContentMine CMunity Meetups series.

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