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Published on 02.04.13 in Vol 15, No 4 (2013): April

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Works citing "Web 2.0-Based Crowdsourcing for High-Quality Gold Standard Development in Clinical Natural Language Processing"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2426):

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  1. Lee YJ, Arida JA, Donovan HS. The application of crowdsourcing approaches to cancer research: a systematic review. Cancer Medicine 2017;6(11):2595
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  6. Li TS, Bravo , Furlong LI, Good BM, Su AI. A crowdsourcing workflow for extracting chemical-induced disease relations from free text. Database 2016;2016:baw051
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  7. Klein A. Crowdsourcing voice editing and quality assessment of data collected from the largest mobile phone-based research study of Parkinson disease. Research Ideas and Outcomes 2016;2:e8848
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  12. Khare R, Burger JD, Aberdeen JS, Tresner-Kirsch DW, Corrales TJ, Hirchman L, Lu Z. Scaling drug indication curation through crowdsourcing. Database 2015;2015:bav016
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  13. Cui L, Carter R, Zhang G. Evaluation of a Novel Conjunctive Exploratory Navigation Interface for Consumer Health Information: A Crowdsourced Comparative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(2):e45
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  14. Thawrani V, Londhe ND, Singh R. Crowdsourcing of Medical Data. IETE Technical Review 2014;31(3):249
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  15. Saunders DR, Bex PJ, Woods RL. Crowdsourcing a Normative Natural Language Dataset: A Comparison of Amazon Mechanical Turk and In-Lab Data Collection. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e100
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