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Relational Network
Reference Time Series
References Per Million vs. Moving Average
News Sector Distribution
Reference Share by Type News vs. Business vs. Entertainment vs. Sports vs. Other
Sentiment Analysis
Polarity Ranks vs. Subjectivity Ranks
Juxtapositions for CRH-induced
NameCoref./Ref.
ACTH
cortisol
CRH
loperamide
corticosterone
corticotropin-releasing hormone
Juxtapositions for CRH-induced:

Historic (1865-12-01 to 2009-12-20)
Rank Entity Name Count Score Coref./Ref.
1 ACTH 56 548.8
2 cortisol 12 122.1
3 CRH 9 111.9
4 loperamide 6 82.2
5 corticosterone 7 80.7
6 corticotropin-releasing hormone 4 53.7
7 rat 5 48.0
8 stress 5 43.4
9 VP 3 43.0
10 SOM230 3 42.9
11 adrenocorticotropic hormone 3 39.4
12 adenoma 3 38.7
13 dexamethasone 3 35.0
14 Ast 2 31.2
15 E-4031 2 31.2
10 years (1999-12-23 to 2009-12-20)
Rank Entity Name Count Score Coref./Ref.
1 ACTH 19 206.4
2 corticosterone 6 66.4
3 SOM230 3 40.5
4 cortisol 3 34.4
5 Ast 2 29.6
6 E-4031 2 29.6
7 calcium 2 29.6
8 60 min 2 27.8
9 rat 3 25.7
10 adrenocorticotropic hormone 2 24.9
11 dexamethasone 2 23.1
12 TZ 1 16.6
13 CRH-induced HPA 1 15.9
14 Dihydropyridine 1 15.9
15 Tamoxifen 1 15.9
365 days (2008-12-20 to 2009-12-20)
Rank Entity Name Count Score Coref./Ref.
1 ACTH 6 66.1
2 corticosterone 4 41.4
3 Ast 2 23.6
4 E-4031 2 23.6
5 60 min 2 21.8
6 rat 2 17.9
7 0 0
8 0 0
9 0 0
10 0 0
11 0 0
12 0 0
13 0 0
14 0 0
15 0 0
Popularity Time Series:

References Per Million vs. Moving Average (log|linear)

Reference Share by Type News vs. Business vs. Entertainment vs. Sports vs. Other
Sentiment Analysis for CRH-induced:

Polarity Ranks vs. Subjectivity Ranks
Positive Raw Counts vs. Negative Raw Counts (log|linear)
Relational Network:


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