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Conference Poster Year : 2023



From a corpus of heliophysics articles using data from space missions, BibHelioTech carries out automated textual detections on the observed events, the satellites/instruments used, the spatial regions and the physical processes concerned, in order to link these entities with the publications from which they are extracted, in catalogs usable by the discipline's data analysis tools. This strong and systematized link between data and publications, non-existent to date, 1/ will increase the data analysis experience by immersing the researcher in the bibliographic context of their case study, 2/ will significantly improve the reproducibility of published results, and 3/ will facilitate the reuse of these catalogs in new statistical and comparative studies.
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hal-04285006 , version 1 (14-11-2023)


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Vincent Génot, Axel Dablanc, Richard Hitier, Camille de Salabert, Sabine Barreaux, et al.. BibHelioTech: BibHelioTech: cataloguing and documenting all heliospheric events ?. European Space Weather Week, Nov 2023, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-04285006⟩
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