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Developing a fully automated evidence synthesis tool for identifying, assessing and collating the evidence
  1. Jon Brassey1,
  2. Christopher Price1,
  3. Jonny Edwards2,
  4. Markus Zlabinger3,
  5. Alexandros Bampoulidis3,4,
  6. Allan Hanbury3
  1. 1 Trip Database Ltd, Newport, UK
  2. 2 Thoughtful Technology, Newcastle, UK
  3. 3 Institute of Information Systems Engineering, TU Wien (Vienna University of Technology), Vienna, Austria
  4. 4 Research Studio Data Science, RSA FG, Vienna, Austria
  1. Correspondence to Mr Jon Brassey, Trip Database Ltd, Newport NP20 3PS, UK; jon.brassey{at}tripdatabase.com

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  • Contributors JB and CP conceived and designed the work. MZ developed the algorithms for PIC extraction and conducted the evaluation. AB developed the sample size methods. AH led the overall grant helped develop the overview methods for the work and oversaw the work of MZ and AB. JE developed the sentiment analysis system. All authors contributed to the drafting and completion of the paper.

  • Funding European Commission > Horizon 2020 Framework Programme No 644753 (KConnect).

  • Competing interests Both JB and CP are shareholders in Trip Database. JB is also a member of the editorial board of BMJ EBM. No other declared competing interests from the other authors.

  • Patient consent for publication Not required.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.

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Footnotes

  • Contributors JB and CP conceived and designed the work. MZ developed the algorithms for PIC extraction and conducted the evaluation. AB developed the sample size methods. AH led the overall grant helped develop the overview methods for the work and oversaw the work of MZ and AB. JE developed the sentiment analysis system. All authors contributed to the drafting and completion of the paper.

  • Funding European Commission > Horizon 2020 Framework Programme No 644753 (KConnect).

  • Competing interests Both JB and CP are shareholders in Trip Database. JB is also a member of the editorial board of BMJ EBM. No other declared competing interests from the other authors.

  • Patient consent for publication Not required.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.

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