Boolean and Proximity operators

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Boolean and Proximity operators. AND (alloy AND corrosion) OR (alloy 31 OR alloy 59) NOT (Alloy 31 NOT alloy 59) NEAR (two words within 10 words of each other whatever the order they appear in.) Alloy NEAR Corrosion WITHIN X Alloy WITHIN 3 Corrosion. American Fisheries Society - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>Boolean and Proximity operatorsAND (alloy AND corrosion)OR (alloy 31 OR alloy 59)NOT (Alloy 31 NOT alloy 59)NEAR (two words within 10 words of each other whatever the order they appear in.)Alloy NEAR Corrosion WITHIN X Alloy WITHIN 3 Corrosion</p></li><li><p>American Fisheries SocietyAIAA Online Meeting PapersAmerican Meteorological SocietyASM HandbooksBioOneBlackwell SynergyIngenta Select (formerly CatchWord)EBSCOhost EJSERIC Full-textFirstSearch Electronic Collections Online (OCLC)Geological Society of AmericaHighWire PressIngentaJSTORKluwerNational Sea Grant Library (No Subscription Required)nature publishing groupOxford University PressProject MusePsycARTICLESScienceDirectSpringerLinkSwetsWise (formerly SwetsnetNavigator)Wiley InterScienceYour Local Web Server</p></li><li><p>British LibraryCERAM CISTI ERIC InfotrieveLinda Hall Library RAPRA </p></li><li><p>MoreTutorialshttp://www.csa.com/support/training.php </p><p>LoginFirst Screen, Different Interface Languages, context sensitive Help &amp; Support linkHelp &amp; Support takes you hereGoogle type search, automatic and, select databases, can click on Select Specific Database to narrowClick on the databases, if you need info, click on the question markQuestion mark will get you to the Fact SheetSelect Date Range and searchResult Summary top of screenResult Summary bottom of screen, offers to jump to specific record, allows to change format, allows to change number of records per page. Or refine your search. You can also show duplicates that had been removed.Result Summary allows you to link, e.g. Full RecordIn Result Summary you can also click the plus to obtain a list broken down by databaseEither from within a full record view or the result summary you can click on Save, Print, Email to get here.For example using Quick Bib will give you the followingOr you can eMail, Safe, PrintPrint PreviewOr you can eMail, Safe, PrintOpens RefWorks, you sign in and your references get addedAdvanced Search add rows, delete rows, new that all fields are ANYWHERE site configurableNote that all your results will now appear in greenSearch Tools e.g. Combine Search combine sets or add a search term to a pre-existing set, as shown hereYour search history contains all searches in this session. A session can last as long as you dont close the browser, around 5 hours. You get the option to Edit, Save, Delete, Return to Search, Run the Search again or Save as an AlertYou can save alerts, for that you need to sign in or register a new accountTowards the bottom you get to add comments and save the alert. At the bottom you will also find your pre-existing alerts. 255 records per eMail, run 26 weeks, renewal notices will be sent out.Command search allows you to construct precise search statements by using boolean logic, brackets and field tags. A full List of field tacks can be found in helpThesaurus, based on your selected databases, Thesaurus will search will search for the exact term, e.g. Pollution will retrieve the appropriate entry, but wouldnt retrieve Air Pollution. Thus use Rotated Index. The Alphabetical Index will be a plain list, hyperlinked to the term. You might find terms in the alphabetical list that dont have a tick box, which means they are non-preferred and you must click to obtain the preferred term.Terms are shown with browser terms, related terms. You can remember terms, which allows you to search multiple thesauri, etc.Terms shown with related terms, click on item to retrieve full thesaurus details, each [+] means there are narrower termsMost databases come with multiple indices, e.g. Author Index, Journal Name Index, Publication Type Index.</p></li></ul>