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Day: October 7, 2021

CCC adds SciBite Semantic Search capability within RightFind Navigate

Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) announced the availability of Semantic Search within RightFind Navigate through a partnership with SciBite, a semantic technology organization. CCC also announced several features to RightFind Enterprise. 

Through semantic enrichment in RightFind Enterprise, now extended to RightFind Navigate, users can locate relevant data beyond just the specific words used, letting them find more relevant data associated with similar words and phrases. Established controlled vocabularies, such as SciBite’s VOCabs, which apply an explicit, unique meaning and description to scientific terms, provide comprehensive coverage of relevant terminology and the foundation necessary for an effective literature monitoring strategy. RightFind Navigate enables researchers to find relevant content easily through contextualized discovery that is based on machine learning and smart data. RightFind Navigate unifies searching across multiple licensed content sources, publicly available data, and internal proprietary content.

Features added to RightFind Enterprise include:

  • See available reuse rights in personal and shared libraries to minimize infringement risk without interrupting workflows
  • Order multiple articles in personal or shared libraries with one click
  • View the average rating from colleagues for an article in shared libraries, including the number of reviews
  • Easily view a large number of supplemental material files in one convenient list.

https://www.copyright.com/ccc-launches-semantic-search-capability-within-rightfind-navigate-through-partnership-with-scibite/

Apache Software Foundation announces OpenOffice 4.1.11

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) announced Apache OpenOffice 4.1.11, the Open Source office-document productivity suite. Apache OpenOffice supports more than 40 languages, offers hundreds of ready-to-use extensions, and is a productivity suite for governments seeking to meet mandates for using ISO/IEC standard Open Document Format (ODF) files. Apache OpenOffice comprises six productivity applications: Writer (word processor), Calc (spreadsheet tool), Impress (presentation editor), Draw (vector graphics drawing editor), Math (mathematical formula editor), and Base (database management program).

The OpenOffice suite ships for Windows, macOS, and Linux. Apache OpenOffice is available as a free download to all users at 100% no cost, charge, or fees of any kind. Apache OpenOffice is available on the Windows 11 Store as of 5 October 2021. The 14th release under the auspices of the ASF, OpenOffice v4.1.11 reflects dozens of improvements, features, and bug fixes that include:

  • New Writer Fontworks gallery
  • Updated document types where hyperlink is allowed
  • Updated Windows Installer
  • Increased font size in Help

In addition, the project is mitigating 5 CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) reports, three of which will be disclosed on 11 October, in coordination with The Document Foundation.

https://openoffice.apache.org

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