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Vladimir Chupakhin
Works at Janssen-Cilag
Lives in Toledo, Spain
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Hey folks,

I’ve been using feedly right after greader death sentence. I really liked the service, and would really like if it’s get better and I honestly would support it with paid subscription, if you’d have several nasty things
• Filter by key words in the title, in the text
• Clustering by titles and grouping the news together if they are about the same, some people in my feeds are definitely talk about the same freaking iWatch over and over again
• Deduplication issues – arxiv is surprisingly not flexible with RSS, some articles are getting into several categories
• Negative filters - something I don't want to see for sure (all Apple products for example) and positive filters - to have it on the top read list.

Cheers!
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would definitely pay pro if you guys create a robust filter feature, with custom feeds depending on different filters (keywords, sources, location of word, language, location of article, contains video, etc).
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that's an interesting move...
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TheContentMine is a project to extract all facts from the scientific literature. It has now been going for about 6 weeks - this is a soft-launch. We continue to develop it and record our progress publicly. It's a community project and we are starting to get offers of help right now.
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All Patagonia near Andes is fantastic.
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Great! but sounds like a mockery...
Publishers have all power to require standardized annotated files for all experiments for publication. They can easily hold articles for months... but cannot do those pretty simple things.  I think they just don't care...but there are many biz schemes that both publishers and scientist can benefit...
This blog deals with chemblaics in the broader sense. Chemblaics (pronounced chem-bla-ics) is the science that uses computers to solve problems in chemistry, biochemistry and related fields. The big difference between chemblaics and areas such as chem(o)?informatics, chemometrics, ...
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My name is Vlad, I am working in the Computational Systems Pharmacology and trying make sense out of Life Science Data. All posts and comments are my own private opinion.
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Toledo, Spain
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chemogenomics
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chemogenomics, systems pharmacology, systems biology, chemoinformatics, structural bioinformatics,
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    chemogenomics scientist, 2013 - present
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    2007 - 2010
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