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  1. Reviews and abstracts of books, articles and conference proceedings on mathematics, statistics, and computing science.
  2. Full-text searchable database collection of over 125 handbooks, textbooks and manuals from CRC Press.
  3. A collection of research papers in physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance and statistics.
  4. Electronic catalogues and repositories of participating mathematics institutions including Zentralblatt MATH, "Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik", Electronic Research Archive for Mathematics (ERAM), and more.
  5. Indexes core journal articles, conference proceedings, and other resources in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities, can be used for citation analysis of research. A citation index contains the references cited by the authors of the publications covered by the index. You can use these references to do a cited reference search. This type of search enables you to find works that cite a previously published work.

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  1. The ACM's (Association for Computing Machinery) fulltext journals, conference proceedings, technical reports, and special interest group (SIG) newsletters. Includes technical and social aspects of computing technologies. Access the ACM Online Guide, a comprehensive bibliographic database on computing, via the Advanced Search function.
  2. Bibliographic index to publications in statistics and related fields. References are drawn from core journals that are fully indexed, non-core journals from which articles are selected that have statistical content, proceedings and edited books, and other sources.
    Access to the Current Index to Statistics (CIS) became open to the public effective January 1, 2017. CIS will remain open until December 31, 2019 and at that time will be shut down.
  3. A Full-text archive of the most important mathematical publications: selection, access, and indexing in a database, taken from the "Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik (1868 - 1943)".
  4. An overlay of arXiv.org, a digital library of research articles in physics, mathematics, computer science, and quantitative biology.
  5. IsisCB Explore is a research tool for the history of science, whose core dataset comes from bibliographical citations in the Isis Bibliography of the History of Science. The IsisCB currently contains 40 years of citation data from 1974 to 2014.
  6. Impact factor and other ranking information about scholarly journals. Presents quantifiable statistical data that provides a systematic evaluation of leading journals and their impact and influence in the research community.
  7. An archival collection of scholarly journals mainly in the arts, humanities and social sciences. Subject coverage includes: African American Studies, Anthropology, Asian Studies, Botany & Ecology, Economics, Education, Finance, General Science, History, Literature, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Population Studies, Sociology and Statistics.
  8. A free repository of software for scientific computing comprising a large number of separate programs and libraries. Most of the code is written in C and Fortran, with some programs in other languages. Of interest to the numerical, scientific computing, and other communities,
  9. Worlds most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses from around the world. Historic and ongoing coverage.
  10. Covers a large number of scientific journals across a wide range of disciplines, from 1900 to the present. Includes some full-text access, and many more citations and abstracts.
  11. Covers general science, biological and agricultural science, applied science, and technology. Mainly citations and abstracts, with some full-text articles.
  12. Journals published by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
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