How do you find similar articles?

How do you find similar articles?

Finding Articles on Similar Topics

  1. Write down the key words you can find for the article.
  2. Write down synonyms for the key words (indexes use terminology that may not match the exact terms used in your article).
  3. Select possible indexes and/or abstracts.
  4. Search for your key words/subjects in the indexes/abstracts you’ve selected.

What is the difference between PubMed and Medline?

MEDLINE and PubMed®: MEDLINE is a project that oversees the selection of NLM-approved journals. MEDLINE is the main part of PubMed, an online, searchable, database of research literature in the biomedical and life sciences. PubMed includes links to many full-text journal articles via PubMed Central.

How do I find PubMed synonyms?

Once you’ve identified an article that looks relevant, take a look at the article’s MeSH terms.

  1. In the abstract view, click on the + next to Publication Types, MeSH terms.
  2. Click on the term to send it to the PubMed search box.
  3. You may send additional terms to the PubMed search box (use AND to combine; OR for synonyms).

What is MeSH major topic?

Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) is the controlled vocabulary used for indexing PubMed ( citations. MeSH provides a consistent way to retrieve information where different terms are used by authors for the same concept. MeSH Features. MeSH contains nearly 27,000 descriptors.

How do I find an article on PubMed?

To search for primary research articles go to the PubMed home page. Click on Clinical Queries – the 4th option in the PubMed Tools (the middle of 3 columns). Enter your search terms and click on the search box.

Are PubMed articles free?

Articles in PubMed Central are freely available. Articles on Publisher’s websites are either freely available or can be accessed with a fee. Contact the specific publisher for questions about their site.

Is PubMed a database?

PubMed is a free resource supporting the search and retrieval of biomedical and life sciences literature with the aim of improving health–both globally and personally. The PubMed database contains more than 32 million citations and abstracts of biomedical literature.

What does PubMed mean?

PubMed is a free search engine accessing primarily the MEDLINE database of references and abstracts on life sciences and biomedical topics. The United States National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the National Institutes of Health maintain the database as part of the Entrez system of information retrieval.

What is a free PMC article?

Many articles that you find in PubMed will say Free Article or Free PMC Article. This means that the full text of the article is freely available to the public.

Why is my article not in PubMed?

Answer: For an article to be found in PubMed, the journal that has published the article should be indexed in Medline. If the journal is not indexed in Medline, the published article will not be found on PubMed. Based on the journal indexing of Edorium journals, none of the journals are indexed in Medline.

How can I get full-text articles for free?

Free full-text articles can be approached in the following ways.

  1. Medknow Publications.
  2. PubMed Central and PubMed.
  3. Directory of Open Access Journals.
  4. Electronic Resources in Medicine Consortium and National Medical Library.
  5. Google, Google Scholar, and Yahoo.
  6. The Cochrane Library.
  7. Public Library of Science.
  8. Free Medical Journals.

Is PubMed Medline?

Pubmed is an interface used to search Medline, as well as additional biomedical content. Ovid Medline is an interface for searching only Medline content. Pubmed is more user-friendly and allows you to search through more content than Ovid Medline. However, Ovid Medline allows you to perform a more focused search.

What is the difference between Embase and Scopus?

Background: Embase is a bibliographic database covering international biomedical literature from 1947 to the present day. Scopus, likewise, is a bibliographic database, which claims to index more than 60 million records, including over 21,500 peer-reviewed journals and articles-in-press.

Does Scopus have subject headings?

Scopus does not use subject headings, so you have to think of alternative terms/synonyms, etc.

Is Web of Science ISI?

It was originally produced by the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) and is currently maintained by Clarivate Analytics (previously the Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters)….Web of Science.

Disciplines Science, social science, arts, humanities (supports 256 disciplines)

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