Analyzing & Refining Results
Navigating the Results
Full Text Results
SciFinder has the capability to link to the full text of the article IF our library has a subscription to the journal. When you click the Full Text link, you will be taken to ChemPort Connection to view the article in PDF or HTML format.
Cited Reference Searching
Shows how to do an author search, display a full record in results, and link to the full-text of an article.
Shows how to enter a phrase or sentence in English. Results show the number of choices available, includes displaying results of a full record, and choices available if you want to get related records.
Shows documents that cite or are cited by the document you are interested in.
At the top right corner of the search results screen, you will see an Analysis and Refine button.
Use the drop-down menu and bars on the Analysis tab to view various subsets of
your answer set.
Analyzing the results sorts the results in particular ways. For example, you can see which journals had the most articles in your search or which authors are most frequently found in the results
At the top right corner of the search results screen, you will see an Analyze or Refine button.
Refine the search to reduce the number of results
Click on the Refine button. This brings up a screen which presents your options. Click on the language icon and click next to English. Press OK. This will limit your results to English language articles
To save, print or export only a subset of the answers, select the references of interest before clicking one of the above three options. If no references are selected, the entire answer set will be included.