[Bio-software] NeuroScholar - an informatics system for managing the scientific literature

gully at usc.edu gully at usc.edu
Wed Oct 19 17:48:35 EST 2005

(apologies for multiple postings)


The NeuroScholar system is a knowledge management system for the
neuroscientific literature, allowing users to build an organized
library of PDF files and then make and manage free-form notes based on
the articles. This simple functionality is the first phase of the
creation of a system that enables bench-neuroscientists to construct
knowledge bases of what they know. This is an attempt to introduce an
informatics framework into the lab to facilitate to an increased level
of formalism to the subject.

NeuroScholar is an open-source and is free for download from
http://www.neuroscholar.org/ (click on Software > NeuroScholar ). We
also have several demonstration movies available from the movies
section to show the functionality of the system.

 Thank you for your attention.

Gully Burns

Research Assistant Professor

Univeristy of Southern California

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