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A blog about systematic literature reviews?

Yep, you read that right. We started making software for conducting systematic reviews because we like doing systematic reviews. And we bet you do too.

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Screening is as easy as include or exclude.
Research Support

Screening

After your lightbulb moment this morning of starting a new research project on randomized controlled trials of mechanical thrombectomy in acute ischemic stroke patients, you are now settled at your desk, finalizing what type of search to run for your systematic review. You think you’ve created a pretty solid search and it has come back with a couple hundred articles. But how do you proceed from here?

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Randomized Controlled Trial[pt] (Filters to RCTs based on the assigned MeSH publication type)
Research Support

Create a Great Literature Search

This help article is about searching PubMed via API through the NK Platform. After developing a research question, use NK software to run a literature search on PubMed. These searches can be performed immediately and repeated on a schedule.

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Nested Knowledge Development Timeline - 2020-2022
Features

Developing Nested Knowledge: 2022 and Beyond

Looking ahead to 2022, the Nested Knowledge team is excited to bring additional features to the platform over the coming year, namely dual extraction, dual risk of bias, more quality control options, and an advanced organization-level library (including the very exciting “review inspector”).

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