Action Science Explorer, created at the University of Maryland, generates readily-consumable surveys of different scientific domains and topics, targeted to different audiences and levels. The development team created an infrastructure for automatic summarization of research domains that links bibliometric lexical link mining, summarization techniques, and visualization tools. The tool presents academic literature for a field using many different modalities: lists of articles, their full texts, automatic text summaries, and visualizations of the structure of the citation network:
That reminds me that there's about 50 screenshots to be added to the NetBeans Platform Showcase, all of which will automatically enter the 200th NetBeans Platform Screenshot competition. Have more? Let me know!