Scinapse 2.1 - Mar 11, 2024

There have been some changes in Scinapse since launching version 2.0!
Our latest tweaks include new features to help you dive deeper into Scinapse, with a focus on making your experience smoother and more enjoyable, including handy user guides. Plus, we're excited to introduce a brand new main feature in this round of updates.
We're committed to constantly enhancing Scinapse by boosting data quality and improving analysis capabilities, aiming to provide you with an even better service.

New features

/ Scinapse Trends

Introducing Scinapse Trends!
A one-stop place where you can enter the research fields you are interested in exploring and compare field tendencies or trends.
Currently, you can compare up to three research fields at a time, and we plan to offer more comprehensive comparative analyses in future updates.
What is a Research Field? A research field refers to the research field in which a paper is categorized. One paper may belong to multiple research fields.
What is a Field Level in Research Fields? Each field is structured from level 0 to level 5, where a lower level (closer to 0) generally covers a broader scope. For example, in the case below, the Research Field “Nanoflower” is at field level 3, and it's associated with a total of 1,573 Papers.

/ Remove history

Previously, the only way to clear your history was by selecting each item individually. To improve on this, we’ve created a feature to clear your entire history in one go and start fresh. You have the option to either remove all entries in the “All History” tab or remove histories by section, Papers, Authors, etc.

Bug fixes & improvements

We have fixed various bugs and improved our UI.
The sidebars’ design and usability have been significantly improved.
The design has been enhanced for better visibility of graphs.
We are continuously working to keep up to date with the latest data. (Please bear with us…!)