CARNAP digests biomedical publications and breaks down knowledge into semantic components to simplify and accelerate your research.
Search and build a corpus
CARNAP provides a new experience to explore biomedical papers. Use your search queries to build a corpus of abstracts. You can create your corpus from MEDLINE(®) containing more than 30M biomedical citations.
Discover key MeSH terms, build patterns and find matching sentences
You can get an overview commonly used medical terms (MeSH©) in your search results. You may create semantic patterns by combining the terms and find the matching patterns in contextualized sentences.
Explore the semantic interactions between concepts
You can explore the interactions between medical terms, as in “what affects what”. Start with a term, or two terms, choose one of the actions and get the contextualized example sentences.
Visualize the corpus
You can take a “picture” of your corpus to get an overview as well as to see the trends and patterns as a meta-data graph. You can download these pictures to include in your reports or presentations. These graphs display distributions and connections to reveal implicit relations and insights in the corpus.