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UPDATED: Elsevier Online Opinion Survey Reveals Researchers Ready to Push Scientific Search and Discovery to the Next Level
Date:10/4/2010

rs on June 22, 2010, with 1,801 users clicking the link. The link was sent to an additional 22,768 Science Direct users on June 28, 2010, 1,223 clicked that link. As multiple subject area lists were used, it is possible there were some duplicate email addresses. A link to the survey was also included on http://info.scopus.com and http://info.sciencedirect.com. The survey was closed to further responses on July 5, 2010 after 1,200 responses were received (the goal was to collect more than 1,000 responses). Respondents came from 100 countries and 20 fields within the physical sciences and engineering, life, health and social sciences disciplines.

Broad-Based Web Trends Poised to Enhance Search Process

The survey investigates the current understanding of the prospective impact of open data and the opening up of platforms through the release of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). The results clearly suggest awareness of the potential these trends hold for enhancing search. In fact, almost all respondents agree that "open data is important to the future of search and discovery," with 71 percent indicating it is "very important" and another quarter (26%) finding it "somewhat important."

Researchers also have a high level of awareness of APIs, seeing them as important components that can foster innovation. Eight in 10 concur the "availability of APIs will foster experimentation and the development of innovative search and discovery applications."

"The ability to find and access raw data is increasingly critical to research. As the volume of data continues to grow and repositories proliferate, researchers will need new solutions to help them find and use that data," explains Judson Dunham, Senior Product Manager Science and Technology for Elsevier. "New platforms, APIs and tailored applications can help to
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