Databases (82 results)
TAIR (The Arabidopsis Information Resource) [via Phoenix Bioinformatics]
Taiwan dian zi qi kan fu wu wang 臺灣電子期刊服務網=Taiwan electronic periodical services =TEPS (Chinese Database)
TEPS offers full text articles of periodicals published in Taiwan. The subject includes humanities, natural science, applied science, medical & life science, and social sciences.
Taiwan wen xian cong kan 臺灣文獻叢刊= The Encyclopedia of Taiwan (Chinese database)
This is the largest single database on Taiwanese history in the Chinese language, including abstracts and indexing from thousand of books. The database contains 595 books divided into 309 categories. This collection incorporaates local histories, official documents of Ming, Qin and Nan-Ming Dynasties, poetry, and private collections. It covers multiple dimensions of study, including geography, local customs, politics, economics, sociology, laws and culture. Based on the Taiwan Literature Series and edited by Chou Hsien-wen. It is also useful to the research on history of China’s international trades and relations.
Takita Choin kyūzō Kindai sakka genkōshu 滝田樗陰旧蔵近代作家原稿集 (via JapanKnowledge)
The database reproduces 213 literary works by 67 modern Japanese writers in over 10,000 leaves of hand-written manuscripts, which were originally held by Takita Choin (1882-1925), a chief editor for the popular general-interest magazine Chūō kōron 中央公論 (1887-present), and are currently held by Nihon Kindai Bungakkan. For 209 literary works of those 213, the database also includes the photographic images of typeset texts published in Chūō kōron between 1915 and 1925.
In Advanced Search (or 詳細検索) screen, the database is grouped together with Taiyō and Bungei kurabu under “Nihon Kindai Bungakukan 日本近代文学館.” Users can also browse the texts through authors’ list (https://japanknowledge.com/lib/shelf/choin/) and works’ list (https://japanknowledge.com/lib/shelf/choin/index2.html).
NOTE: There is a limit of 4 simultaneous users systemwide on the JapanKnowledge Platform (for all their resources). Please try later if you can’t get in immediately.
Taxonomy Browser — Taxonomy Resources
Compilation of some of the references and on-line resources used by the Taxonomy group at GenBank, including the following categories:
General; Algae; Fungi; Plants; Vertebrates; Insects; Other arthropods; Molluscs; Other invertebrates; Other eukaryotes; Archaea and Bacteria; Viruses; and Culture Collections
Taylor & Francis eBooks [via Taylor & Frances]
Testlink: Test Collection at ETS