What is similar to PubMed?
Dear Samer Dhaher , other than PubMed there are some database for published research article like- Google scholar, Cochrane Library, Web of science, Scopus, Hinari and many more. Some of them needs institutional access.
How do I check my PubMed history?
To use this feature, first perform a search in the PubMed search box, then click on the History Tab (see animation in Figure 1). Animation Figure 1: View search in History.
What is MeSH?
Mesh WiFi or Whole Home WiFi systems consists of a main router that connects directly to your modem, and a series of satellite modules, or nodes, placed around your house for full WiFi coverage. They are all part of a single wireless network and share the same SSID and password, unlike traditional WiFi routers.
How do you find out how many times article has been cited?
Navigate to Scopus, which can be found under “S” in “Find a Database”. From here all you need to do is search for the article in which you are interested. To the right of the search results, you can see the number of times the article has been cited.
How do you look up a MeSH?
To search within MeSH:
- To browse a list of subject headings available in the database, click the MeSH button on the blue sub-toolbar. Users can search MeSH in MEDLINE three different ways:
- Mark the check box to the left of a term.
- Click Search Database. Your search query finds articles with the term as a MeSH Heading.
What is a MeSH major topic?
Asterisks on MeSH headings and subheadings (e.g., Wound Healing/radiation effects*) designate that they are the major topics of the article, usually obtained from the title and/or statement of purpose.
Is PubMed free to the public?
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.
Which is better mesh WiFi or router?
Mesh networking is a relatively new entry into the consumer market, so you would be forgiven to think it would automatically be ‘better’ than a standard router. However, a mesh network is an overkill for some. A standard router acts as a central hub for Internet connectivity.
Is PubMed a bibliographic database?
PubMed is the largest biomedical library in the world. It contains over 20 million journal citations.
Why should I use PubMed?
This means you get accurate retrieval when searching for those things. Results can be sorted reliably by latest date. Articles in PubMed are tagged with important information about their structure , such as “review article” or “clinical trial”.
Is PubMed scholarly?
The growth of PubMed Central (PMC) and public access mandates have affected PubMed’s composition. The authors tested recent claims that content in PMC is of low quality and affects PubMed’s reliability, while exploring PubMed’s role in the current scholarly communications landscape.
Is a bibliographic database?
A bibliographic database contains electronic entries called records containing a uniform description of a specific document, usually retrievable by author, title, subject heading (descriptor), or keyword(s), and usually containing citations and abstracts or summaries of the documents.
What are the disadvantages of a mesh network?
Disadvantages Of A Mesh Topology
- Complexity. Each node needs to both send messages as well as act as a router, which causes the complexity of each node to go up pretty significantly.
- Network Planning.
- Power Consumption.
Who runs PubMed?
Available to the public online since 1996, PubMed was developed and is maintained by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), at the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM), located at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Is mesh better than extender?
Mesh Network Systems Are More Seamless, Efficient, and Quick to Update. Unlike an extender, which you can add to an existing Wi-Fi network, mesh systems are typically complete replacements for your home Wi-Fi.
How do I get access to PubMed?
Click on the PubMed Central link or a Publisher’s link to access the full text of the article. 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.