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Research guide for mathematics

Major Databases

 

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  • MathSciNet​
    MathSciNet is a database of reviews, abstracts and bibliographic information of the mathematical sciences literature. Includes Mathematical Reviews (1940 to present) and citations from approximately 450 journals (1800 to present).
  • Web of Science
    Web of Science  (1988 to present) is a multidisciplinary index that covers the sciences, social sciences, and arts &  humanities. Coverage includes scholarly journals, books, reports, conference proceedings, and more. 
  • JSTOR​
    JSTOR (Journal STORage) is a digital interdisciplinary archive of leading academic journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Includes Mathematics journals from 1800s.
  • ScienceDirect​
    Provides access to scholarly and peer-reviewed journals in all areas of science.
  • arXiv.org
    Searches open access pre-prints (>1 million) in mathematics, physics, astronomy, computer science, biology, and other sciences.
  • zbMath
    A portal with similar features as MathSciNet with an emphasis on European rather than American research. It also hosts swMATH, a software hub and “novel information service for mathematical software..."
  • Dimensions
    This free version of Dimensions contains more than 100 million publications, ranging from articles published in scholarly journals, books, and book chapters, to preprints and conference proceedings. All publications are contextualized with linked data sets, funding, publications, patents, clinical trials, and policy documents. You can also view associated categories, funders, institutions, and researcher profiles.
  • Google Scholar
    Scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts, technical reports, and more.
  • Journal Citation Reports
    Citation data drawn from scholarly and technical journals in science, technology, and social sciences. You can find the most frequently cited journals in a field, highest impact journals in a field, largest journals in a field. Updated: Annually, usually midyear.

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*Robert Tomaszewski
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