Five new videos on YouTube: APIs, PubMed, RefSeq & more

Several videos are up on the NCBI YouTube, including recordings of recent NCBI Minute webinars. NCBI Minute: The NCBI Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) This NCBI Minute introduces the diverse group of APIs available to access NCBI database information and tools. … Continue reading

Try Our New, Experimental PubMed Search and User Interface in PubMed Labs

NLM needs your input. We are experimenting with a new PubMed search algorithm, as well as a modern, mobile-first user interface, and want to know what you think. You can try out these experimental elements at PubMed Labs, a website … Continue reading

October 4th NCBI Minute: Create, link and share your bibliography (PubMed & ORCID)

On October 4, 2017, NCBI staff will present a webinar on author disambiguation and the advantages of using an ORCID ID. Disambiguating common author names is tough in any field, but if your published research is cited in PubMed, we … Continue reading

NCBI releases newly designed dbSNP RefSNP Report – Alpha version

NCBI dbSNP is pleased to announce a newly designed Reference SNP (RefSNP, rs) Report webpage to provide enhanced performance and presentation for access to individual RefSNP records. This Alpha version of the report enables browsing of submitted and computed RefSNP … Continue reading

September 2017: NCBI to present EDirect workshop at NLM

On September 18, 2017, NCBI staff will offer a workshop on EDirect, NCBI’s suite of programs for easy command line access to literature and biomolecular records. To join the workshop, please register. NOTE: This is an in-person workshop at the … Continue reading

New on YouTube: Automate PubMed Searches & Save Citation Collections with My NCBI

The newest video on the NCBI YouTube channel will show you how to have your PubMed searches automatically run and the results emailed to you daily, weekly or monthly. You will also learn how to create PubMed collections that you … Continue reading

New video on the NCBI YouTube channel: How You and Your Journal Club Can Contribute Using PubMed Commons

The newest video on the NCBI YouTube channel discusses how eligible individuals and journal clubs can join PubMed Commons and contribute comments. PubMed Commons enables members to post comments about publications, which appear directly below abstracts in PubMed. Subscribe to … Continue reading

New on YouTube: “NCBI Minute: Tailor Your PubMed Search Experience with My NCBI”

The recording of the June 28th webinar on My NCBI is now on YouTube.  In this NCBI Minute, we show you how to automatically highlight keywords, create custom filters that can be active every time you run a search, and … Continue reading

July 19th NCBI Minute: Automate PubMed Searches & Save Citation Collections with My NCBI

Would you like to have new PubMed citations for your topic of interest conveniently appear in your email inbox or quickly collect those records for further review? Join NCBI on July 19, 2017, when we’ll show you how to have … Continue reading

July 12th NCBI Minute “Crowdsourcing Post-publication Comments: How You and Your Journal Club Can Contribute Using PubMed Commons”

Join us for the next NCBI Minute, “Crowdsourcing Post-publication Comments”, where you’ll learn how eligible individuals and journal clubs can join PubMed Commons and contribute comments. Date and time: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT After … Continue reading