you leave them as such when you run your search, all languages will be included in your search. Choose from 10, 20, 50, or 100 items. The Sort results by menu controls the sort order of the records that appear in the results page. The default is to search for. Clicking a linked subject term in the Details or Abstract/Details view will retrieve other items indexed under that subject term and take you to a new Search Results page. For example, using the Subjects or Index terms (keywords) categories (see the following examples.) This can help when you are seeking authors with hard-to-spell last names. Any linking tools that the library administrator has enabled to help locate the full text will be available here. The Cite tool generates a bibliography in any of the supported styles available from the pull-down menu. Thesaurus A thesaurus is an alphabetical listing of all the subject terms in a single database, used to classify and organize information for that database. Details When you are in the Abstract/Details tab of a document, the Details section shows all available bibliographic information for the item.
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For additional details on how to use the thesaurus and search using the subject field, please see the Searchable fields section of this guide. Anywhere except full text (noft) instead. Save the record to a bibliographic manager like RefWorks or New RefWorks (account required EasyBib, to Google Classroom, Google Drive (account required, this option can be disabled in the administrative module) or to the RIS file format. The thesaurus shows relationships between terms such as synonyms or related terms, and hierarchical arrangements such as broader terms, or narrower terms. A permanent link to the item is also included for you to bookmark or include in your own documents. Translate, a disclaimer will advise you that this is an on-the-fly" machine translation and is not intended to replace human translation. When you select, Show additional terms included in the search, only the search terms with expansions are highlighted in the Results-page search box; additional terms included in your search are displayed in a panel beneath the search box.