Now combined into SPRINGER NATURE Experiments: the three other protocol tools are Nature Protocols, Nature Methods, and Protocol Exchange. Together there are over 51,000 searchable protocols and methods. Please NOTE: Single protocol tool access will be discontinued on July 25, 2018.
Springer Protocols contains more than 51,000 (as of July 2018) molecular biology and biomedical peer-reviewed protocols, mostly from the classic series Methods in Molecular Biology, formerly published by Humana Press. Other series included are: Methods in Molecular Medicine; Methods in Biotechnology; Methods in Pharmacology and Toxicology; and Neuromethods. Also included are protocols from laboratory handbooks, such as The Biomethods Handbook, The Proteomics Handbook, and the Springer Laboratory Manuals. (1980-2018)
Stahl’s Essential Psychopharmacology Online presents the fundamentals of psychopharmacology and includes the ability to search within Stahl’s Essential Psychopharmacology and the Essential Psychopharmacology Prescriber’s Guide plus a Prescriber’s Guide, illustrations and tables to download, drug interaction information, and more.
“Updated daily. Provides a comprehensive, professional source of investment information and analysis on industries and companies. Full text coverage includes stock, bond, and mutual fund guides and reports; earnings and dividends reports; comprehensive company information; industry surveys for 52 major U.S. industries; and directories of companies, executives and security dealers.”Key components include:S&P’s Industry Surveys and Global Industry Surveys (in downloadable format)S&P’s Stock Reports and Company ProfilesS&P ratings of stocks, bonds, and mutual fundsProvides full text access for the following S&P publications: Bond Guide; Corporation Records; Dividend Record; Earnings Guide; Industry Surveys; Mutual Fund Reports; The Outlook; Register of Corporations, Directors and Executives; Security Dealers of North America; Stock Guide; and Stock Reports.
Designed as a dynamic reference work, this continuously updated encyclopedia features entries maintained and updated by an expert or group of experts in the field. All entries and updates are refereed by the members of an Editorial Board before they are made public. For citation, fixed editions are made on a quarterly basis and stored archivally.
Note: Open (unrestricted public) access to the Encyclopedia has been made possible, in part, with a financial contribution from the University of California Libraries.
Coverage: General, including philosophers, periods, schools, subfields, and topics
The TDS Health platform (formerly STAT!Ref, aka StatRef) provides access to point-of care-tools, including Decker Medicine, Decker Surgery, and EBMcalc, a clinical decision support tool. The STAT!Ref platform offers access to the latest editions of selected medical and pharmacological ebooks (e.g., AJCC Cancer Staging Manual, Trissel’s Stability of Compound Formulations, Handbook on Injectable Drugs), dictionaries (e.g., Stedman’s Medical Dictionary, Dorland’s Dictionary of Medical Acronyms) and indexes. Other features include consumer health resources and patient handouts (e.g., AAFP Conditions, Merck Manual), medical ICD-10 coding resources and Reuter’s medical news feeds.
Users are able to cross-search the entire library and results are displayed as hot links leading to detailed information in full-text book format with tables and graphics. A mobile app is available — requires creating a free individual account (instructions posted on the STAT!Ref website).
The Statewide Database (SWDB) is the redistricting database for the state of California. In 2001, these data were used for state legislative and local redistrictings following the 2000 Census as mandated by law. Data collection and processing for the redistricting are ongoing tasks conducted over a ten year period of time, starting with the collection of the census at the beginning of each decade. With each election between redistrictings, updated data sets are available as a free, public resource as soon they are processed.
Statista is a statistics portal that provides access to data on many different topics from more than 18,000 different sources. Topics include agriculture, advertising, health, hospitality, consumer goods, and much more. Sources are government agencies and business sources. The focus on current (not historical) statistics.Data is Downloadable in Excel, PowerPoint, and JPG.
The Statistical Abstract of the United States is a one-volume, comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States. Use the Abstract as a convenient volume for statistical reference, and as a guide to sources of more information both in print and on the Web. The government-published Statistical Abstract of the U.S. was discontinued following publication of the 2012 edition.
Annual statistical compendia from the Census Bureau through 2012. Continued by the commercially published (Proquest) Statistical Abstract of the U.S. Census has the Statistical Abstract in pdf online back to 1878.
This resource aggregates the statistical abstracts of more than 50 countries and makes the content available through a single-search interface. These statistical abstracts are generally issued by the national statistical offices of foreign governments and contain country-level data not easily found elsewhere.
Also includes data from the United Nations Demographic Yearbook, World Development Indicators, and Key Figures on Europe.
Full-text searchable database collection of almost 100 statistics handbooks, textbooks and manuals covering environmental statistics, introductory statistics, probability theory & applications, reference statistics, SPC/reliability/quality control, statistical theory & methods, statistics & computing, biological sciences, business & finance, engineering & physical science, medicine & health science.