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Springer for R&D online tutorial - Finding articles or chapters

Tutorial describing search, browse and filter options on Springer for R&D

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finding journal articles or books chapters is very easy users have
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different browsing options
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they can browse the specific industry sections closely related to their
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specific market for example the pharmaceutical industry
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on the industry level
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users can further browse the disciplines and sub disciplines related to this
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industry
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or browse different content types like books journals or documents in general
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they can also view recently published document spend a specific area
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additionally users can also browse content via the discipline overview
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by clicking on a specific discipline of interest for example biomedical sciences
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the user will be directed to this disciplines page which shows all the
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content available in the field
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in addition but user can also start browsing the different types of content
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such as journals books
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series protocols and reference works whether you are used to a quick google
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like keyword search or advanced search options both are available
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using the quick google like keyword search users will launch a full-text
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search for the chosen term throughout the whole continent via the advanced
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search you can specify your search criteria
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advanced search options include finding resources via the following search
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fields
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with all of the words
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with the exact phrase with at least one of the words without the words where the
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title contains
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where the author editor is
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the period a document was published
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or the option of searching content that it organization has or has not
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subscribed to
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if you want to learn more about the different search options you can also
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have a look at the search help you can find below the advanced search button
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if you started keyword search on materials for example you are linked to
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a search results page with different options
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on the search results page user is able to create or s_s_ feeds additionally
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users can download the search results list as a c_ s_p_ file
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refining a search is very easy and can be done by different filters which you
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can find on the left hand side
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you can refine your search by content-type discipline and sub
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discipline publication and language
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besides that as user can decide to search the whole content including
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preview only content meaning content the organization has been subscribed to or
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only the content the organization has subscribed to
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more functionalities include sorting data by different options such as
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relevance
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newest or oldest content first
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the date published
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or research five page number
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once you have chosen a filter
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you can see the breadcrumb trail showing you your current search criteria
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which can of course always be changed or deleted
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downloads are possible directly from each search result