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Dotmatics integrates Cortellis and Vortex

Dotmatics has integrated data analysis and visualisation solution Vortex with Thomson Reuters’ Cortellis, a premier life sciences information delivery platform. Scientists can now use Vortex to directly retrieve data from Cortellis and combine it with their own, in-house records to gain new insights into their research. The combination of the powerful analytic tools of Vortex, high quality drug, patent and market information from Thomson Reuters’ Cortellis with home-grown data guarantees that scientists can promptly find critical intelligence to make effective, evidence-based decisions.

Vortex is a data analysis and visualisation platform that has chemical structure intelligence, while Cortellis provides an integrated view into Thomson Reuters’ pharmaceutical data content. The accessible and graphical interface within Vortex makes for easy data analysis across all data types while providing users with a unique and novel way to view their data.

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