Search more databases
Scopus, for example, or arxiv (physics and math)
We at ReadCube have made negotiating more contracts and increasing our pool of accessible articles a priority for the past few months, and will continue to do so. Implementing more databases is a full-time effort for us, and we will continue to expand our available research literature as time goes on.
One major addition we’ve added is support for aggregators (i.e. Proquest, Ingenta, EBSCO). For users at institutions who use aggregators to purchase content, this should allow you to have more seamless access to articles through your library’s subscriptions.
Look forward to a plethora of new articles over the next few months!
Karla Yotoko commented
Could you link with research gate?
Gaspar Herrera commented
Brian Tomasik commented
Another vote for JSTOR.
Tania Bird commented
Web Of Science!
Nicolai Raphael Krekiehn commented
David Naumann commented
Web of Knowledge (wok.mimas.ac.uk) is a brilliant search engine. For most Academics, the articles would then be available e.g. via OpenAthens.
Ryan Erik Landvater commented
If you hit "export to endnote" (at least on mac) it will ask you to specify the program if you do not have endnote. Simply select Zotero from you applications list and it will import directly to Zotero when you select the function in the future! Hope that helps!
Tobias Appenzeller commented
I vote too for Web of sience !!!
Malayka Picchi commented
scopus, web of science....
Sencer Selcuk commented
also crossref search! http://search.labs.crossref.org
Kenneth Pfaff commented
I think allowing us to open web pages of our choosing would be great too, meaning, I want to add my Library's website to the options available to me. Basically, I want to enter URL as a custom choice.
Alison Campbell commented
WEB OF SCIENCE
Vít Syrovátka commented
Woting for Web of Knowledge and Scopus.
Eoin Connolly commented
Xiao-Lei Wang commented
Lots of papers are not indexed in Pubmed.
"Web of Knowledge" would be a better choice for automatical and manual match.
Rolf Henry Goodwin commented
EBSCO, JSTOR, and Web of Science please!
Chad Meyer commented
Also, NASA ADS, by far and away the best database of Astrophysics.
Yang Zhao commented
Automatic update arxiv record when author provide the publish record
Aaron Reuben Taylor commented
WEB OF SCIENCE
Leo Fang commented
I'd like to vote for Arxiv because I'm a physicist!