Tl;DR: To navigate the collection of COVID19 papers from different domains, we present a KB of mechanisms relating to COVID19, to support domain-agnostic search and exploration of general activities, functions, influences and associations in these papers.
Tl;DR: We introduce S2ORC, a large contextual citation graph of English-language academic papers from multiple scientific domains; the corpus consists of 81.1M papers, 380.5M citation edges, and associated paper metadata.
Tl;DR: We introduce a new dataset called SciREX that requires understanding of the whole document to annotate entities, and their document-level relationships that usually span beyond sentences or even sections.
Tl;DR: We propose a document representation model that incorporates inter-document context into pretrained language models.
Tl;DR: we construct SciFact, a dataset of 1.4K expert-written scientific claims paired with evidence-containing abstracts annotated with labels and rationales. We develop baseline models for SciFact, and demonstrate that these models benefit from combined training on a large dataset of claims about Wikiped... ia articles, together with the new SciFact data.
Tl;DR: The Covid-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19) is a growing 1 resource of scientific papers on Covid-19 and related historical coronavirus research. CORD-19 is designed to facilitate the development of text mining and information retrieval systems over its rich collection of metadata and structured fu... ll text papers.
Tl;DR: We created a spaCy pipeline for biomedical and scientific text processing. The core models include dependency parsing, part of speech tagging, and named entity recognition models retrained on general biomedical text, and custom tokenization. We also release four specific named entity recognition mod... els for more focused biomedical entity recognition. Additionally, we include optional components for abbreviation resolution, simple entity linking to UMLS, and sentence splitting.
Tl;DR: We propose a new scaffolding model for classifying citation intents using two auxiliary tasks to handle low-resouce training data. We additionally propose SciCite, a multi-domain dataset of citation intents.
Tl;DR: We introduce GrapAL (Graph database of Academic Literature), a versatile tool for exploring and investigating scientific literature which satisfies a variety of use cases and information needs requested by researchers.
Tl;DR: We present the first public dataset of scientific peer reviews available for research purposes, containing 14.7K paper drafts and the corresponding accept/reject decisions in top-tier venues.