As part of the application process for the MLA Research Training Institute (RTI), applicants submit a list of key words or phrases that describe the topic of their research. Above is a word cloud of the key words that were submitted to the 2021 RTI program. This image visualizes the word frequency of the key words from the applications. The larger the word in the cloud, the more times it was mentioned by the applicants. Even though word clouds are guestimates, they are fun and interesting, and they are one way to analyze the current research interests of health sciences librarians. How does the word cloud compare with your research interests?
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Erratum to “How accurate are gender detection tools in predicting the gender for Chinese names? A study with 20,000 given names in Pinyin format,” 2021;110(2):205–11.
Erratum to “Performance of gender detection tools: a comparative study of name-to-gender inference services,” 2021;109(3):414–21 and “Using genderize.io to infer the gender of first names: how to improve the accuracy of the inference,” 2021;109(4):609–12.
Erratum to: Bloss JE, LePrevost CE, Cofie LE, Lee JGL. Creating information resources and trainings for farmworker-serving community health workers. J Med Libr Assoc. 2022;110(1):113–118. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/jmla.2022.1272.
Erratum to: Pionke JJ, Phillips K, Migdalski A, Smith EM. Advocacy is all of us: recommendations to enhance the Medical Library Association’s advocacy initiatives. J Med Libr Assoc. 2022;110(1):5-14. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/jmla.2022.1327.
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Research Interests of 2021 RTI Applicants
Released: June 10, 2021 04:02 PM | Updated: June 10, 2021 04:02 PM
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