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What are the best full-text databases?

Meta-analyses often need to find relevant studies whose abstracts don't report key information in standardized databases. Example: Johnson…

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Methodology bibliography: Literature searching and related topics

(I'm posting similar info about my bibliography to other groups as well.  This seems more useful than making one general post somewhere on…

Started by Adam Hafdahl

0 Nov 6, 2012

Peer-reviewed null-results journals

I know we all search for gray literature on listservs, in dissertation databases, and through direct emails to colleagues who are engaged i…

Started by Becky Ferrer

1 Mar 26, 2012
Reply by bengt brorsson

Important discussions

My aim is to review important discussion on meta-analysis. It includes discussions of missing article,  missed sub-group analyses agreement…

Started by bengt brorsson

3 Feb 24, 2012
Reply by Blair T. Johnson

What are the best full-text databases?

Meta-analyses often need to find relevant studies whose abstracts don't report key information in standardized databases. Example: Johnson…

Started by Blair T. Johnson

3 Dec 16, 2011
Reply by Blair T. Johnson

Web of Knowledge Upgrades (2011)

I was surprised the other day when I did a Web of Knowledge search to see that the interface has changed, with plenty of new features. It c…

Started by Blair T. Johnson

0 Jul 30, 2011

Guide to Systematic Searching

After more than a year of grappling with online databases and systematic literature searching, I've created a guide showcasing an easy and…

Started by Michelle Warren

3 Jun 13, 2011
Reply by Blair T. Johnson

Data Conservancies -- Future Hotspots for Meta-Analytic Data?

Because data on particular subjects may be useful after their originators have collected them or disseminated them (and perhaps even long a…

Started by Blair T. Johnson

1 Apr 13, 2010
Reply by Katherine Picho

PubMed

I just attended a quick seminar at the UConn library on PubMed, and here is some information that I have to share based on our research tea…

Started by Michelle Warren

0 Apr 6, 2010

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