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What’s Your Query Number?

Posted by on August 30th, 2013 Posted in: PubMed

Previously, when building a search in PubMed using History on the Advanced Search page, users would choose the search numbers they wanted to combine by clicking the item (#1, #22, etc.) and that is what we would see in the search builder; numbers, not words. Now, when you combine previously run searches, the actual terms appear in the search builder. No more wondering what those numbers represent.

Here’s a quick video to demonstrate: http://www.screencast.com/t/3kbYUXhNxX

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