The NeuroScholar System.

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The NeuroScholar system is a general purpose knowledge management system for
the biomedical-literature. It permits 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 experimental biologists 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 in terms of
mathematical representation to the subject.

The system was originally conceived for the neuroscience domain, but is
completely general purpose. We have chosen to announce it on this mailing
list since we feel it has applicability to the model organism community as
well. The system has an extensible design for knowledge-base designers to
construct specialist representations for other domains.

The system is available for download from
http://chasseur.usc.edu/website/neuroscholar_demo.html.

Our work is open-source available from
http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/neuroscholar.

Please feel free to give us any comment or participate in the software
development.

SUPPORT STRUCTURES
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- Video Documentation: http://chasseur.usc.edu/website/video.html
- Discussion group: https://sourceforge.net/forum/?group_id=99564
- But report: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=99564&atid=624587
- Mailing list:
http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/neuroscholar-announce

Thank you for your attention.

The NeuroScholar Team

Univeristy of Southern California

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Posted by Scott Cain 2005-12-14