New Vizit Bibliography pane

January 8, 2018Vizit Blog

New Year, new features added to Vizit! The Bibliography pane has been totally revamped: now when you click on a link, a drawer opens up from the right-hand side of the Vizit window with all the supporting bibliography for that link. There are three important changes to the functionality of the bibliography pane: All supporting … Read More

Share to Weibo added to Biovista Vizit

October 25, 2017Vizit Blog

We thought you’d like to know about the new exciting features of the latest release of Biovista Vizit, namely the addition of share to Weibo option and image export support. Biovista Vizit users can now post a graph directly to Sina Weibo. We hope that this new addition to Vizit will better serve our users … Read More

Biomarkers in Biovista Vizit

June 27, 2017Vizit Blog

Vizit now indexes biomarkers! Biomarkers are widely employed as biochemical indicators of health and disease states and processes. Their usage spans a wide range of applications including disease prevention, monitoring and assessing the progress of a therapeutic regimen and the appearance of adverse drug reactions and drug interactions. In order to monitor physiological and disease … Read More

Biovista Vizit tutorial: Quickly explore a disease area

May 15, 2017Vizit Blog

The following short tutorial demonstrates basic usage of Biovista Vizit in a biomedical setting. The tutorial shows how can a biomedical researcher (and/or an MD) quickly get an overview of genes and diseases related to Rheumatoid Arthritis, a common auto-immune disease. 1) Go to Click on the red Start Searching button. 2) From the … Read More

Vizit, a tool for biomedical link-based browsing

November 29, 2016Vizit Blog

There’s keyword-based search, there is suggestions and then there is link-based browsing. Keyword-based search is what we all do when we enter words in databases and search sites such as Google and Bing. Suggestions is related “stuff” the computer presents us with when we search YouTube, Amazon, iTunes and other such sites. Link-based browsing differs … Read More