New PubMed

October 29, 2009 at 3:36 pm Leave a comment

So, there is ton of information out there on the newly designed PubMed.  It looks different but all of the same information is in there – somewhere.  These are the things I love:

  • No need to change views to see MeSH for each citation; simply click on the + sign next to Publication Types, MeSH, etc. at the bottom of the abstract to expand that section
  • Database ads – click directly to Homologene, GEO, etc right from the citation view.  Awesome.
  • Customizeability – is that a word?  It’s great that you can customize your search results without logging in.  I love having the login option (My NCBI is great folks!), but let’s face it – most of you don’t.

Just my two cents.  There’s a lot of info running around out there on the redesign.  Here’s a link to the NLM Technical Bulletin article on it.


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