Colandr is a machine-learning assisted tool for conducting systematic reviews and evidence synthesis. It uses machine learning, natural language processing, and text-mining functions to partially automate finding relevant citations and extracting data from PDF articles.
Covidence is an online systematic review program developed by, and for, systematic reviewers. It can import citations from reference managers like EndNote, facilitate the screening of abstracts and full-text, populate risk of bias tables, assist with data extraction, and export to all common formats. A free trial is available but full access requires payment.
The System for the Unified Management, Assessment and Review of Information (SUMARI) is the Joanna Briggs Institute's premier software for the systematic review of literature.
QUT Library provides access to SUMARI via Ovid. To access SUMARI click EBP Tools - SUMARI and enter your Ovid account details.
The SR-Accelerator is a suite of tools designed to speed up steps in the Systematic Review process, such as;
SearchRefiner improves the precision of search statements.
Polyglot translates searches across databases.
Deduplicator identifies and deletes duplicate articles.
The journal publishes high quality systematic review products including systematic review protocols, systematic reviews related to a very broad definition of health, rapid reviews, updates of already completed systematic reviews, and methods research related to the science of systematic reviews, such as decision modeling.