ShortScience.org, founded in 2017, is a project of the Institute for Reproducible Research (a 501(c)3 U.S. non-profit corporation). ShortScience.org is an open platform for publishing summaries of scientific papers. The platform claims "summaries contain the perspective and insight of other readers, why they liked or disliked it, and their attempt to demystify complicated sections". As of May 2020[update], the platform contains 1508 public summaries.
Use as a research dataset
The summaries from this site have been used as a dataset in research to perform automatic summarization. The summaries were used "to characterize human summaries of scientific papers, and use some of the insights obtained to improve and adapt existing automatic summarization systems to the domain of scientific papers". This work discusses that existing summarization methods often produce abstract like summaries which are not ideal because they " are lacking other summarization constructs used by humans such as headlines and figures" which are present in the ShortScience.org dataset.
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