A well written scientific publication has high chance of getting through the peer review process. Research publication has to comply with standards concerning the document format, the use of language and the citation of prior work. Once the manuscript is written in loosely structured natural language by the researcher, the manuscript has to be validated for
1) Proper use of acronyms and their definitions.
3) GO and MeSH terms
Papermaker receives a scientific manuscript via web interface, analyses the publication, evaluates consistency parameters and interactively delivers feedback to the author. It performs the task of spelling checks, analyses the proper use of acronyms and their definitions. Further it provides Gene Ontology (GO) and Medline Subject Headings (MeSH) categorization of text passages, the retrieval of relevant publications from public scientific literature repositories, and the identification of missing or unused references. Thus automated analysis of scientific literature can support authors in writing their manuscripts.
Rebholz-Schuhmann, D., Kavaliauskas, S., & Pezik, P. (2010). PaperMaker: validation of biomedical scientific publications Bioinformatics, 26 (7), 982-984 DOI: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btq060