Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Google Scholar

Google has launched Google Scholar, a new search engine for researchers aimed at increasing public access to academic material such as published papers, theses, technical reports, and books.

I particularly like the "cited by" feature, which provides links to other papers that have cited the original (at least the ones in Scholar's database). This type of citation analysis is an innovative variation of PubMed's invaluable "related articles" feature.

Sample Searches. Got to and enter:

Ex. 1. Heddle transfusion

Ex. 2. predictive value transfusion

Ex. 3. root cause analysis transfusion

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