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Data Filters in PubMed and PMC

Posted by on April 25th, 2018 Posted in: Blog, News, PubMed, Regional Interest


Data. Data. Where’s the data? Are you looking for journal articles with associated data sets? New search filters in PubMed and PubMed Central (PMC) work to increase the discoverability of articles and citations with associated data information.

PubMed
Users can search on or append searches with data[filter] to find citations with related data links in either the Secondary Source ID field or the LinkOut – Other Literature Resources field (both located below the abstract). These data links may be to records in other NLM databases (e.g., GenBank) or external data repositories (e.g., figshare, Dryad).

Sample PubMed search using data[filter]

Sample PubMed search using data[filter]

PubMed Central
Users can now search on or append searches with filters to discover articles with specific types of associated data.

  1. Use has suppdata[filter] to find articles with associated supplementary material.
  2. Use has data avail[filter] to find articles that include a data availability or data accessibility statement.
  3. Use has data citations[filter] to find articles that include data citation(s).
  4. Use has associated data[filter] to find all articles with any type of data section described above.
PubMed Central Sample Search using has data citations[filter]

PubMed Central Sample Search

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