Have you read Zhiyong Lu’s “PubMed and Beyond: Survey of Web Tools for Searching the Biomedical Literature”? The author describes 28 web tools that support unique searches in PubMed and a website was created that lists all of the currently available tools. Try some of them out!
We have highlighted some of the features of GoPubMed and PubGet:
- Autocomplete search based on MeSH, Gene Ontology, and journal titles
- Search results are sorted in categories: What’, ‘Who’, ‘Where’, and ‘When’
- The Statistics section shows the top journals, countries, years of publication, and authors that apply to your search term(s)
- Check out the help section to learn more about GoPubMed
- This tool allows you to search easily your institution’s journal. Check to see if your institution/school is signed up in the drop down menu under the search bar
- If your institution is not signed up, you can activate your institution. It’s free for non-profit institutions!
- Full text articles from your institution’s subscription journals and PubMed are immediately made available
- Search results appear on the left and, if it is available, the PDF will load on the right
- Not affiliated with an institution? You can still search through 3 million free papers
- Go to the About Us page to learn more about Pubget