The two Artemis Source databases search across large collections of full-text and indexed publications: literature and primary sources. Not only can you search multiple databases in this interface, you can also quickly analyze the results you get.
The term frequency analysis shows how often a word or phrase appears in your search results (or across the entire set of indexed documents). This analysis can show how words were used over time, and may help you identify alternate forms or additional search terms when you find terminology not used in modern writing.
Term clusters present common concepts in the first 100 of your search results. You can refine your search from here (to focus on a particular concept or to exclude extraneous concepts). You can then select a primary or secondary (inner or outer rings) concept and see which of your results include those terms.
As we continue to purchase or subscribe to literary or primary source databases from Gale, these Artemis databases will increase in documents indexed.
This search box finds library databases by their titles and descriptions. It does not search for articles within databases. Keyword searches won't work here. (If you don't know which database to use, try one of the links listed below.)