Scopus and PubMed retrieve results differently so it is possible to retrieve records in, proximity operators, or boolean operators. Scopus and PubMed retrieve results differently so it is possible to retrieve records in Scopus that you missed in PubMed. the Emtree thesaurus or allow hierarchical (thesaurus-based) searches. The most efficient way to search is to enter the article title in the first box. It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. It requires flash, so iPad/iPhone users should view the "Text Tutorial for iOS" below. Entering either British or American spelling (color, colour) will search for both variations. Enter your search terms using proximity or Boolean operators as necessary to connect them. AFFIL(University of Erfurt).

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2. You can also choose to save documents in a basket permanently. References containing both terms anywhere in the reference: References written by both Watson and Crick.

For more information on creating searches see the... As you enter your search, Scopus may highlight suggested codes and provide code definitions and examples. Click Search. If necessary, you can add more text boxes by clicking. This is an introduction to the different features in the Scopus database. For more information about cited reference searching and general tips on using Scopus, consult the interactive tutorials from Scopus. Plurals and spelling variants are included: Double quotation marks can be used to search specifically for.

Added to Scopus in the last no. This will exclude most PubMed results. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results. For more information on creating searches see. This video tutorial from Elsevier shows the features of the Documents page. There are 2 methods to refine your seach: Use the Search within Results box or Refine Results section on the left side of the screen. We currently only support the Latin alphabet (a-z), numbers, and some characters (for example . On the Advanced search form, you can create a search using field codes, proximity operators, or Boolean operators to narrow the scope of the search. For more information on creating searches see Search tips and Field codes. Find references that include all your search terms. Thank you for your feedback, it will help us serve you better. If you require assistance, please scroll down and use one of the contact options to get in touch. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.