Good news! We’ve just updated our servers, with abbreviation list generation!!
7th May 2012
We’ve been working hard on this one for over three months, so you should see a big improvement. You don’t need to install anything to get the benefits of this, these improvements will appear whenever you process files.
Here’s a breakdown of what’s new:
- Abbreviation lists generated in tables, and document headers
- Terms automatically added to abbreviation lists, if the definition is found
- Hyperlinks in PubMed comments, for faster and more intuitive checking
- Automate correcting close matches to PubMed
- WorldCat search link on author-date citations missing from the list
- Plus many more!
- Initial processing is now 15% faster than EVER before!
- Over 1500 fixes and recognition improvements
- Dozens of improvements and corrections, requested by our users with the Send Feedback to Shabash app
- Much improved abbreviation/definition pair matching
- More references now link to PubMed
- Improved recognition accuracy, with 10,000+ new surnames and 3,500 new organizations
- Over 30 new optional, customizable rules including
- Move figures and tables into correct location in text from the end section
- Convert simple MathType to text
- Alert headings above a certain level , either to conform to your style guide, or alert of a likely mismatch
- Convert endnotes typed under a heading to proper Word endnotes
- Generate citation line in journal article header
- Standardize spacing between math functions and variables
- Delete duplicate document object captions
- 2 new italic/roman options for non-English terms
- Alert a running title over a certain number of characters
- New option to not require RNase to be defined at first mention
- Standardize keywords heading format
- New options for existing features
- New rule to number affiliations by affiliation order, instead of cite order
- 4 other new options for existing rules
As always, while we’ve done our best to ensure that there are no new errors (and we’re not aware of any), please do let us know if you spot any changes that are not quite right, or if you have any questions or comments in general about this update, using the Send Feedback to Shabash app.