Porovnání nejdůležiějších chemických bází dat - programu SciFinder a databázového programu Reaxys

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dc.contributor.author Šilhánek Jaroslav
dc.contributor.author Prochásková Iva
dc.date.accessioned 2016-11-14T08:19:36Z
dc.date.available 2016-11-14T08:19:36Z
dc.date.issued 2014
dc.identifier.issn 0009-2770
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10195/66476
dc.description.abstract Nejvýraznější rozdíly při hledání chemických reakcí, a to ve prospěch Reaxysu, najdeme podle očekávání u anorganických sloučenin. Hlavním důvodem je skutečnost, že CAS nezpracovává informace o přípravách a reakcích anorganických sloučenin do báze CASREACT. cze
dc.format p. 83-90 eng
dc.language.iso cze
dc.publisher Česká společnost chemická cze
dc.relation.ispartof Chemické listy, volume 108, issue: 1 eng
dc.rights Pouze v rámci univerzity eng
dc.subject SciFinder cze
dc.subject Reaxys, chemické databáze cze
dc.subject Comparison eng
dc.subject Chemistry Databases eng
dc.subject SciFinder eng
dc.subject Reaxys eng
dc.title Porovnání nejdůležiějších chemických bází dat - programu SciFinder a databázového programu Reaxys cze
dc.title.alternative Comparison of the Most Important Chemistry Databases - SciFinder Program and Reaxys Database System eng
dc.type article eng
dc.description.abstract-translated The posibility of comparing textual description of a problem is a clear advantage of the SciFinder resulting from abundant indexing of the paper content done by specialists in contrast to the description based on the paper title and abstract only. Search for individual compounds affords comparable results for both databases because both use the same principles of excerpting all compounds studied in a given document. In reaction search the advantage of Reaxys is distinct, much like the former databases Beilstein and Gmelin, which are built as reaction databases. The reaction module CASREACT in SciFinder is comparable with the Reaxys in the last 30-40 years only but offers no data for inorganic reactions. The patent search in Chemical Abstracts (CA) with traditional indepth coverage of patents and in the Reaxys are strong in looking for data of both organic and inorganic compounds. Despite the attempts of both databases at extending coverage and being competitive, the concept based on bibliographic records in CA and compound listing in Beilstein or Gmelin lead to different results, which is advantageous for completeness and relevance of the results. eng
dc.peerreviewed yes eng
dc.publicationstatus postprint eng
dc.identifier.wos 000331796000013 cze
dc.identifier.obd 39874314


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