I tried it just now and I like that it shows a little bar graph of each articles' relevance, but I fail to see how it is different from HubMed (http://www.hubmed.org/), which allows you to sort by date or relevance. Am I missing something?
I think I now understand ReleMed a bit, so I attempted to answer the question. You can judge for yourself how well I did.
What I’d really like to see is this kind of relevance sorting added to the PubMed interface. I’d love to be able to search PubMed as I normally might, then sort results by ReleMed score. Something like this:
Barring that, it would be great if ReleMed allowed the user to choose between a variety of search interfaces, including one that works like PubMed’s. I think that might do a lot to encourage use by medical libraryfolk. The option of simple keyword- searching is nice to have, but it would be great to be able to apply ReleMed’s sorting power to a more expert search.