New in PMC: New Search Result Filters and Updated Reference List Display
As of August 2016, PMC is home to four million articles! To make this wealth of full-text content easier to navigate, PMC has rolled out a few updates: Search Result Filters On all search results pages, you will now see filters (similar to PubMed’s filters) on the left-hand side that allow you to filter your results by article attributes, publication date, research funder, and search fields. These filters replace the Limits page and allow you to more readily: find open access articles (PMC has more than 1.35 million open access articles that can be reused according to their license statements), explore PMC’s rich historical content from NLM’s back issue digitization project, browse research supported by PMC-participating funding organizations (click “Customize” to view additional funder options), and much more. You can now also quickly add articles that are under a 12-month or less embargo in PMC to your search results by selecting the “Include embargoed articles” filter option under Text Availability. See the PMC User Guide for more information on these filters. Reference List Display Using related article data available in PMC, articles that cite papers that have been either retracted or named in a Findings of Research Misconduct issued by the HHS Office of Research Integrity and not yet retracted will now include a red hyperlink to the relevant notice directly from the article’s reference list. This update will help users more easily identify...
Source: Dragonfly - Category: Databases & Libraries Authors: Carolyn Martin Tags: News from NLM Source Type: news
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