- Jane (Journal/Author Name Estimator) is a freely available web-based application that, on the basis of a sample text (e.g. the title and abstract of a manuscript), can suggest journals and experts who have published similar articles.
The Show articles feature as well as the journal annotation are rather useful to get a quick overview of what is being suggested. The list of authors seems, at first sight, populated by co-authors, and lacks any form of annotation. Room for FOAF here? They used PubMed as content provider, and text mining to align articles, but nothing really semantic, despite the group's name. The output does not seem to provide semantics either.
Schuemie, M.J., Kors, J.A. (2008). Jane: suggesting journals, finding experts. Bioinformatics, 24(5), 727-728. DOI: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btn006