It exists in the land of no-discernable license, being an independent passion project. The code however can be found at https://github.com/esperr/search-workbench.
It's an elaboration of a couple of other projects I presented at Code4LibSE a few months ago -- basically a framework that ties together Google charts, venn.js (https://github.com/benfred/venn.js/) and the awesome NCBI API (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/home/develop/api/).
Edwin V. Sperr, MLIS, AHIP
AU/UGA Medical Partnership
Office of Graduate Medical Education
Clinical Information Librarian
St. Mary’s Hospital
1230 Baxter Street
Athens, GA 30606
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This is pretty neat! Is the code open source, and what language is it written in? I'm intrigued by expanding to other search APIs with suitable functionality.
On Thu, Sep 28, 2017 at 11:02 AM, EDWIN VINCENT SPERR <[log in to unmask]>
> Search Workbench ( https://searchworkbench.info ) is a stab at using
> interactive visualizations to assist in the process of constructing
> and refining a search against a very large citation database.
> I hope it's useful for folks who do PubMed searching and think it
> might also serve as a proof-of-concept for using visualizations in
> other search applications...
> Edwin V. Sperr, MLIS, AHIP
> AU/UGA Medical Partnership
> Office of Graduate Medical Education
> Clinical Information Librarian
> St. Mary's Hospital
> 1230 Baxter Street
> Athens, GA 30606
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