What are key features of SWIFT-Active Screener?

  • Active Learning. Behind the scenes, Active Screener uses state-of-the-art statistical models designed to save screeners time and effort by automatically prioritizing articles as they are reviewed, incorporating user feedback to push the most relevant articles to the top of the list.
  • It’s user-friendly. You can quickly and easily create screening projects, including data extraction questions to fit most any study design, without having to watch hours of tutorial videos or read a lengthy user manual.
  • Real-time team collaboration. Active Screener allows teams to collaborate using a web-based interface which will enable your group to perform a systematic review anywhere, anytime. This flexibility allows for easy progress sharing and makes team communication easier to manage.
  • Easy view of project progress. Active Screener’s project management tools make it easy to view your team’s progress while your systematic review is underway.
  • Conflict resolution. Active Screener tracks screening conflicts and allows you to resolve them quickly and efficiently so that you can complete your review without delay.
  • Data integration. Active Screener integrates with the systematic review tools that you already use. It accepts imports from many of the most popular bibliographic databases and reference curation platforms, including EndNote, Mendeley, Zotaro, PubMed, and SWIFT-Review. Results from screening activities in Active Screener can also be exported in standard data formats compatible with a wide range of applications, including EndNote, Mendeley, Zotaro, PubMed, HAWC and Excel.