For numerous clients, we perform the pharmacovigilance screening of medical literature. This service comprises all steps prescribed by the approval authorities, from the development and maintenance of suitable research strategies to creation of reportable data and forms.
Many documents today are made available in a PDF format. To work systematically and comprehensively with the contents of these documents requires conversion into the XML format and possibly, intellectual post-processing.
GIMD’s responsibility was to support the cataloging of the phonogram stocks of a northeastern German music academy in the on-line union database of the Common Library Network (GBV).
For many companies, it is vital to come into contact with the leading scientists and opinion leaders in their fields. Pharmaceutical companies engaged in active research, e.g., are seeking the best experts – to monitor clinical studies or as advisors. With highly efficient programs and widely experienced staff members, GIMD contributes to identifying these...
For numerous clients, GIMD performs the pharmacovigilance screening of local scientific journals in the respective language. Next to the selection of suitable publications, this service also comprises the ordering and management of subscriptions.
For clients from the pharmaceutical industry, we continuously maintain literature data bases by cataloging scientific papers according to specified keywords, using our Database software ARTIS as “computer-based follow-up.”
GIMD’s responsibility was the structured registration and classification of the historic stock or a southern German sheet music archive on the basis of catalog cards and orchestra folders.
Our client, a music library in South Germany, maintains a vast collection of vinyl records. It is of high interest especially for experts, since it comprises a considerable number of musical works by musicians from the region, in a range and variety probably not to be found anywhere else.
For the library of a northern German university of music, we have been electronically registering CD stocks for many years. Parts of the sheet music collection have also been processed in the meantime. These holdings were to be listed in the database of the Common Library Network (GBV).
Our commission involved data collection from 422 CDs and 956 partially large-format music prints in different languages and scripts, among them Hebrew and Cyrillic. Collected data was entered on-line into the catalog of the Southwest German Library Network (SWB) according to RDA guidelines and linked to existing data records.
In many business processes, such as receiving inspections or the processing of orders, there are recurring queries or requests for further information – routines which may in large part be carried out automatically.
For sophisticated applications, especially in the area of LifeSciences, automatic [simple_tooltip content='Indexing is the process in which the essential content components of an object are described with the aid of individual designations.']indexing processes[/simple_tooltip] do not achieve the quality of manual text analysis. They may, however, be continually...
Our task was to process and structure song pamphlets in the catalog of the Southwest German Library Network based on PDF documents and automatically generated catalog entries according to appropriate regulations and linking to additional information.
Our client, a company in the pharmaceutical industry, commissioned GIMD with the creation of a database listing names of research institutes and scientific facilities, which had to be identified unambiguously by standardized designations.
A scientific reference work only available in print was processed electronically, so that the information in it is now searchable and usable in a multitude of ways. A special challenge was posed by diagrams in different depths of detail (similar to a map at different scales), in which data was deposited visibly or invisibly.
The merging of diverse databases with many hundreds of cell lines used in medical research necessitated the review and verification of the information stored in them.
For the electronic library of a major pharmaceutical concern, GIMD has been commissioned to categorize and classify e-books, and to arrange them on virtual shelves.
The collection of the “Walter Schätzlein Jazz Archive” in Nuremberg was to be cataloged both formally and content-based.