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INNOVATION CHALLENGE 2: BUILD
The Code Challenge: A Visual Representation of Data Relationships
This Code Challenge will award money of up to $30,000 to the problem-solver who builds a programmatic interface or “app” using Thomson Reuters Web of Knowledge application programming interfaces (APIs) that enables users to explore data relationships in an engaging or visual way. Submissions will need to include a written description of the solution plus workable code. For more information, visit wokinfo.com/challenge.
Congratulations to the winners of our Ideation Challenge.
We asked the research community to submit innovative concept papers describing new ways for users to interact Web of Knowledge, and we received 177 submissions.
And the winners are…
First Place: Giving "Web of Knowledge" a whole new meaning: Capitalizing on citation networks for mining scientific information
Submitted by: This submission wishes to remain anonymous
Second Place: Personalized Scholarly Portals
Submitted by: Mark N. Ziats, MD-PhD Student, Baylor College of Medicine and University of Cambridge
Third Place: Visual timeline display of papers
Submitted by: Anna Furches, Graduate Student, University of Tennessee
We are currently in the second phase of judging for the EndNote Launch Pad Contest, where researchers are vying for research project funding of $10,000. Voted on by a panel of judges, familiar with the fields of study of the finalists, we will announce the winner on May 30.