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Published Online: 2013-03-27
For simplicity, we name organizations through their well-known acronyms. A list of acronyms and the organizational names is included in Table 1.
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A public web API is a tool that allows programs to access web content directly. These are commonly used to build dynamic content, but can also be used to retrieve data.
An alternative would be to consider a weighted measure, such as a correlation, rather than one based on cutoffs and counts. We did not take this route because we care about the quality of positive matches rather than the intensity of the negative matches. A regression approach treats both as symmetric. Secondly, correlation-based measures give higher weights to both positive and negative outliers and given the noise in the data, make the results less precise. This issue could be revisited if data based on triplets rather than pairs were used, as discussed in the concluding section.