How to Make the Most of the Time Before Google Scholar Takes Over | GenomeWeb

If you have the same love-hate relationship with PubMed that GTO has, this post is for you. Carrie blogs at Bitesize Bio about tips for getting the literature database to cough up better search results. The advice covers ground you probably already know -- such as Boolean operators and wild characters -- as well as areas that you may not have explored, such as PubMed's limits tab and detailed search query.

 

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