Casreact: 14 million single and multi-step reactions
Chemcats: catalog info for commercially available chemicals
Chemlist: chemical regulations
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Categorize uses indexing to sort and evaluate a reference answer set by creating a histogram for easy analysis
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Combine answer sets of the same type for substances, reactions, or references
Explore from substructure displays
Print substances in a 1-4 column grid format for easy review or as a quick reference
SciFinder Scholar entry point It is very important to read and review the SciFinder Scholar License Agreement to understand the terms and conditions for each user before clicking the Accept button.
Search decision starting point Scholar offers 3 starting points. We will start with Explore. Start Scholar searching by clicking New Task.
Options to Explore the scientific literature Explore is broken into 3 sections: 1. Explore Literature 2. Explore Substances 3. Explore Reactions We will start with Research Topic.
Explore by Research Topic To search: 1. Type your broad concept using phrases. 2. Click OK . 3. Select the option(s) that most closely fit your topic. 4. Get References
Research topic references References that fit your topic search criteria with relevant terms highlighted are shown.
Examine answers in more detail Click on Microscope icon to obtain more information on this selected reference. Note that search terms are highlighted, including abbreviations and synonyms that are recognized by Scholar to enhance retrieval.
Obtain full text of selected document via ChemPort ® Click the full-text icon. This document can be obtained by clicking on the HTML link and retrieved on the internet.
Explore by Company Name It is recommended that the broadest company name variation possible be used.
Company name reference result Note the hit term highlighting.
Explore by Author Name Recommend that you leave this box checked in order to account for name variations and typographical differences. Enter as much of the author’s name as you know.
Author Candidates to select from Select all possible name variations, then click Get References . Misspelling or another author?
Author name references Here we see hit term highlighting of the various author name variations.
To narrow an answer set, use Analyze, Refine, or Categorize To reduce your answer set, click Remove Duplicates to remove any duplicate MEDLINE records.
Options to Analyze the answer set by Select the option to analyze by and click OK . By selecting ‘Sort results alphabetically’ one is able to review publication trends over time in the analysis shown above.
References can be refined by using the Analyze by feature Review all candidates for name variation, check desired ones then click Get References .
2004 Cited References 2000 1998 2001 1993 2003 Times Cited Related Records 2003 2004 1999 2002 1994 2004 Citing From just a single record within the Web of Science, expand your search by simply following the links designed to drive discovery. … moving Backward in time via Cited References , Forward in time via Times Cited , and through Related Records .
The General Search is designed to be simplistic enough for virtually anyone to begin to use with little-to-no training. .
Go to Current Contents Connect Go to BIOSIS Previews Current Contents Connect CC Connect Table-of-Contents BIOSIS Previews Journal Citation Reports
Link to the full-text within e-journals to which your institution subscribes. Current Contents Connect CC Connect Table-of-Contents BIOSIS Previews Journal Citation Reports
Cited Reference Search To be truly comprehensive in your search efforts, the Cited Reference Search is essential in that it can retrieve information often missed through use of Key-words alone. Identify an Author or Paper that is very relevant to your search topic.
Identify an Author or Paper that is very relevant to your search topic. As little information as an author name is sufficient to initiate a Cited Reference Search. Works for Cited Authors are identified. The “Finish Search” option will retrieve papers that have referenced the work or works we have selected. The Cited Reference Search – Easy to Perform, and Extremely Valuable for Comprehensive Searching.
MDL CrossFire Commander Interface (15 minutes) English Introduction to the MDL CrossFire Commander interface by conducting a general data search. This video uses audio narration and requires speakers or a headset.
Data Search (20 minutes) English Use MDL CrossFire Commander to conduct a series of data searches. This video uses audio narration and requires speakers or a headset.
Structure Search (15 minutes) English Use MDL CrossFire Commander to conduct a series of structure searches. This video uses audio narration and requires speakers or a headset.
Reaction Search (20 minutes) English Use MDL CrossFire Commander to conduct a series of reaction searches. This video uses audio narration and requires speakers or a headset.
1.Title – Links to the article abstract or when available the complete article.
2.Cited By – Identifies other papers that have cited articles in the group.
3. Related Articles – Finds similar papers.
4. Library Links (online) – Locates an electronic version of the work through your affiliated library's resources . These links appear automatically if you're on campus.
5.Library Links (offline) – Locates libraries which have a physical copy of the work.
6.Group of – Finds other articles included in this group of scholarly works, possibly preliminary, which you may be able to access. Examples include preprints, abstracts, conference papers or other adaptations.
7.Web Search – Searches for information about this work on Google.
8.BL Direct – Purchase the full text of the article through the British Library. Google receives no compensation from this service.