How does advanced search work?
If you want to search for a word group, you can search it in quotes (“”).
“heavy metal pollution”
If you search for an article published between for example, 2016 and 2019; you need to;
The AND (in capital letters) word lists articles in which both word/phrases are common in the same field.
Women AND “Political Institutions”
“tourism development” AND economy
The OR (in capital letters) word lists the results of any of the two words/phrases.
“high school student” (class OR personality) (If you do not include parentheses, lists the results containing the word “high school student class” or “personality”.)
You can use “+, -” to increase or decrease the search results.
Chemistry +education -teachers
If you can’t remember how it was written of the word you are looking for, you can add star (*) to the word. When the star is added the system will return results that will complement the searched word.
Nucl* Energy Sources
latit* (The results will be latite, latitude, latitudinal)
If you want the search on article titles you can use the word “title:”.
title: “Allergic Symptoms”
title: “Optimum Bucking Method”
If you want to filter by searching the author name in the search results, you can add the word “author:” to your search.
title:Innovations AND author:Elena
For searching by ISSN number and DOI number, you can search directly by typing.
Other Search Methods:
abstract: “Effect of Vitamin E on ...”
keywords: “Flexible working”