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The primary place to start your research in Mathematics.
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    Mathematics-specific databases

    • MathSciNet  
      * Online version of Mathematical Reviews/Current Mathematical Publications.
      * Reviews approx. 1,600 journals, from 1940 to the present.
    • Zentralblatt MATH  
      * ZMATH database contains about 2.8 million entries.
      * Indexes about 3500 journals and 1100 serials, from 1868 to the present.

    General databases with rich mathematics content

    • JSTOR  
      * Multi-disciplinary, covers dozens of subject areas, including math.
      * 57 excellent math journals, full text, from 1600's to the present.
    • Web of Science  
      * Citation-searching across all academic disciplines
      * Use a known article to find others that have cited it, or others which share citations
    • ProQuest Research Library  
      * Multi-disciplinary, covers dozens of subject areas, including math.
      * Indexes thousands of general and scholarly journals; much is full-text.
      * An excellent starting place for research, particularly if one isn't sure where
      to begin one's research.
    • Other databases with mathematics content

    Browse E-journals for this subject

    * Find specific math e-journals on specific math categories.


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