How Text & Data Mining Uncovers Hidden Data Points and Powers New Discoveries

Sponsored by Springer Nature
Recorded on 04/12/2022

Posted in Reference Works and Research

How can TDM help researchers uncover new data and discoveries?

Summary:

The path to innovation requires the systematic analysis of millions of documents. Springer Nature has built Open APIs for Text & Data Mining (TDM) purposes to enable researchers to better explore new paths to innovation. By leveraging the power of our APIs and mining our multi-disciplined portfolio of open access content, researchers can open up endless possibilities for developing new knowledge models or creating new APIs that can be developed and monetized. 

As the volume of scientific publications increases and TDM software tools improve, we are moving towards a more formalized process to enable TDM, and strive to make this as simple as possible for information managers and researchers.

In this session, Dr. Prathik Roy will explore the power of Springer Nature’s Text & Data Mining/Open APIs and how they have been helping students, faculty, and researchers uncover new data and solve complex problems.


Speakers:

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    Dr. Prathik Roy

    Group Product Manager for Data MonetizationSpringer Nature

    Dr. Prathik Roy is the Group Product Manager for Data Monetization at Springer Nature, New York & is the head of Data Monetization Center of Excellence (DMCoE). He leads product and business development efforts and is an advocate for agile adaptation and monetization of data & analytics in the scientific space. Dr. Prathik has been part of the scientific publishing industry for over a decade through various editorial and advisory roles across top publishers.

    He is a certified Data & Product Strategist from MIT Sloan & Kellogg’s Northwestern University and a former MacDiarmid fellow from University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Dr. Prathik obtained his Ph.D. in Chemistry from National Taiwan University and is widely published. He is ranked among the top 0.5% Scientists in the world in Chemistry & Material Science.

    In his free time, you can find Prathik speaking at technology events, contributing to product management societies and honing his Tetris skills.