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1 BIOSIS Previews “If it’s in the life sciences, BIOSIS products are the place to start” Medical Information Retrieval and Management

2 About me Xu Siyang 许 四洋 Master, Major in Information Management Graduated from Hunan Medical University, 2001

3 Contact details: Xu Siyang Office: Room 629, SMU Lib Building Tel: QQ:

4 What is Information Retrieval?  Querying against a database (a set of documents) to find a subset of "relevant" documents.

5 When you need IR? DESIAGN? METHOD? ANALYSIS? COMPARE?

6 TOPIC? ANALYSIS? WRITE? PUBLICATION?

7 DIAGNOSIS? TREATMENT? BEST SURGERY? CONTRADICTION?

8 TOPIC? HISTORY? TREND? OPION?

9 I need Information, where is it?  Papers: journal paper, meeting paper  Dissertation  Monograph /textbook  Patent document  Database  … ….

10 v.148 n.6 March 16, 2012

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12 Journal of Indian Medical Association  JAMA JAMA

13 So many!

14 How to find what you need quickly?  Fulltext database: for journal paper, meeting paper, dissertations, books, etc.  Bibliographic database : for journal papers, meeting papers, dissertations, etc.  Catalogue: for books

15 Searching tools  Bibliographic database surrogate source document Record/item/citation/ Journal paper Meeting report/presentation Book/book chapter Monograph Dissertation Technical report

16 Principle of IR with computer  Mapping or match Keywords or text words search query term= terms in designated fields Searching subjectSource document extract

17 Review: principle of IR with computer  Artificial language search query term= terms in designated field Controlled vocabulary Thesaurus or classification scheme Searching subjectSource document Search index indexer assign

18 Main Bibliographic Database for Life Science and Related Area  Chemical Abstract (CA) online:SciFinder  Science Citation Index SCI  Biological Abstract Online: BIOSIS Preview Online: BIOSIS Preview  Index Medicus Online: PubMed  Excerpta Medica Online: EMbase.com

19 BP and PubMed and EMBASE  The three are complementary databases covering medicine documents: BIOSIS Preview's focus: pre-clinical research information in biology and biomedicine; PubMed's focus: biomedicine, including clinical medicine; nursing, dentistry, EBM EMBASE’s focus: drug research and pharmacology, oncology.

20 BP and PubMed and EMBASE  34% of serials covered by BP are covered in MedLine  46% of serials covered by MedLine are covered in BP  34% of serials covered by BP are covered in EMBASE  53% of serials covered by EMBASE are covered in BP

21 Biosis Previews and EMBASE

22 BP and MEDLINE (PubMed)

23 BP and MEDLINE and EMBASE

24 Objective  Know about BIOSIS Previews  Able to make good use of BIOSIS Previews search features  Able to process BIOSIS Previews search results efficiently and effectively

25 BP: history  About BIOSIS® Founded in 1926 BIOSciences Information Service World ’ s largest abstracting and indexing service focused on the life sciences Headquartered in Philadelphia (USA)

26 BP: history Biological Abstracts Journal articles Biological Abstracts/RRM (Reports, Reviews & Meetings) technical reports, books/book chapter/software review, meeting reports BIOSIS Previews

27 BP: history  Biology Abstrct in print (1917—1925) ( 1918—1925)  BP database  ISI Web of Knowledge BP from 2001

28 Thomson Corporation Thomson Scientific Current Drugs DelphionResearch Derwent ISI Institute for Scientific Information ISI ResearchSoft Wila-Derwent TechstreetIndustry Standards

29 Web of Knowledge:Search interface provided by ISI

30 BP: source document coverage –Broadest coverage of life sciences journals: >5,000 international journals –The most comprehensive source for meetings, conferences and symposia in the life sciences –Patent coverage gives critical information –Book chapter, software review

31 BP: subject coverage  Traditional topics biology, plant science, animal science, zoology  Interdisciplinary areas biotechnology, bioengineering, bioprocessing, biochemistry molecular biology  Related areas Biomedical Agriculture Pharmacology Ecology

32 North America (31%) Asia, Australasia (14%) Europe & Middle East (52%) Central & S. America (2%) Africa (1%) BP: geographical coverage

33 Outline  Overview of BIOSIS Previews  How to use BP ? Access to general search Processing your results Refine or analyze your results  Make better use of BP Advanced search--construct complicated query  Personalize BP

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39 Search option Search area Timespan limits

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41 Search fields in BP

42  For explanation of these fields, please refer to the following web page: IOSIS/h_fullrec.html

43 Try it !  We know a paper written by N. PRADEEP KUMAR in 2012 was published on. Please find it using BP and try to download the full text.

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45 TRY IT!  Now we need a set of papers about DNA barcoding research in India. How to search using BP?

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47 TRY IT!  Now we found 19 papers about DNA barcoding research in India.  Are there meeting papers ?  If I want to filter out papers about DNA barcoding on mammalian, how to do with BP’s “ANALYZE RESULTS “feature

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51 e.g. gene targeting used in studies concerning nerve system or neurology

52 Recall rate versus Accuracy #1 Title=("gene targeting" and (nerv* or neur*)) #2 Title=(gene targeting and (nerv* or neur*)) #3 Title=("gene targeting") AND Major Concepts=(nerv* or neur*) #4 Topic=("gene targeting" and (nerv* or neur*))

53 Search fields: Topic:  Search in the following fields: title, abstract, major concept etc.  Almost a full record search  A broad search

54 Search field: major concept  When to use it? for broad search, a not so specific subject.  How to use it? ① find proper concept which can cover your subject in major concept table ② do document search with your concept term

55 Broad topicSpecific topic Dental MedicinePeriodontitis cardiologyMyocardial infarction Anti-inflammatory drugs aspirin

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76 BP search exercises: Search documents on the following topics: 1 Methods or technique used for Hydrastis (or coptisine ) study 2 RNA interference ( or RNAi) used in breast neoplasm study Please try to refine your results by document type to see how many journal papers you get.

77 Outline  Overview of BIOSIS Previews  How to use BP ? Access to general search Processing your results Refine or analyze your results  Make better use of BP Advanced search--construct complicated query  Personalize BP

78 Ts=gene targeting and MC=(nerv* or neur*) and DS=neoplasm e.g. gene targeting used in studies concerning nerve system neoplasms Filed tag for Disease Data

79 Search exercise:  Search for journal or meeting papers on influenza A(H1N1) outbreak in U.S.A  Our qurey: #1 (TI=( influenza A and H1N1) or DS= =( influenza A and H1N1)) and GE=usa #2 refine or analyze our results by Document Type Filed tag for Geographic Data

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81 BP search rules: phrase search Query : global warming you’ll get hits with global warming, …global climate change and ocean warming…  Query : “global warming” You’ll get hits with exact global warming

82 Operators: () SAME NOT AND OR  Leukemia or lymphoma and treatment not drug therapy  (Leukemia or lymphoma) and treatment not drug therapy

83 Operators: () SAME NOT AND OR  SAME Use SAME to find records where the terms separated by the operator appear in the same sentence. A sentence is defined as: the title of an article; a sentence in the abstract; a single address. Using the SAME operator instead of AND is a way to narrow your search.

84 BP search rules: wildcards : * $ ?  Be used in a search query to represent unknown characters.  Should be used in all search fields that allow words and phrases. – The asterisk (*) represents any group of characters, including no character. –The question mark (?) represents any single character. –The dollar sign ($) represents zero or one character.

85  Cellular* Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology Cellular Signalling.  $ is useful for finding both the British and American spellings. flavo$r finds flavor and flavour.  $ is useful for searching last names of authors that may contain a space, hyphen or apostrophe. BP search rules: wildcards : * $ ?

86 Questions? ?

87  For explanation of these fields, please refer to the following web page: IOSIS/h_fullrec.html

88 Summary  Know about BIOSIS Previews It is very important when you want to do a thorough documents search in life science.  Able to make good use of BIOSIS Previews  Able to process BIOSIS Previews search results.

89 Thank You !

90 Biosystematics Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species

91 Organisms Microorganisms Kingdom Plantae Animalia

92 Example: Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Vertebrata Order Mammalia Family Primates Genus Hominidae Species

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