The << literature search >> capability has some new features, such as a “cited in” link beneath search results. This represents our efforts to incorporate Google Scholar like features into ChemSpider using text indices. We have indexed 230K articles so far into this new framework and would appreciate your feedback.

A demo is online << HERE >> and it is currently covering the RSC free access set and the JBC. Other sources will be re-added from the old search over the coming weeks and there are new features planned (time and resources permitting) including:

- ability to search for references within articles

- references extracted from articles displayed in search results and links to which other articles they are also cited in

- filtering results by fields such as author / journal name

Full integration into ChemSpider and ChemMantis is also anticipated.

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  1. ChemSpider Blog » Blog Archive » A Faster, Superior Literature Search on ChemSpider says:

    [...] speed of searching as well as implementing a system for recognizing citations. The system has been made available online for beta-testing just in time for the ACS meeting here in Salt Lake City BUT it is not yet [...]

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