Computer-readable Data Bases, Volumes 1-2
Martha E. Williams
American Society for Information Science, 1985 - Machine-readable bibliographic data
Directory of "2805 database in 2509 entries." Science, technology, medicine, business, law, humanities, and social sciences are covered. Entries give such detailed information as data elements, subject matter, and user aids. Name, subject, producer and processor indexes.
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NAME INDEX Name 1Name 65
SUBJECT INDEX Subj 1Subj 101
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Acronym/Short name address location and/or Available in hardcopy BASIC INFORMATION Name Bibliographic ref CAS Registry CODEN CompuServe Corresponding print products covered by database database is composed database update elements are occasionally elements are usually ELEMENTS The following English Established policy English Processed following are usually following data elements Frequency of database hardcopy name inclusive or total Index INDEXING/CODING/CLASSIFICATION The following Indication of type Item accession number item article item Title items added items in database Language of database Language of item lease or license location and/or affiliation materials are published MATTER AND SCOPE monograph monthly Time span online searching Page(s PASCAL patent date policy for lease present Approx Processed for batch Processed for online producer SUBJECT MATTER SCOPE This file source item journal span covered Title of item Title of source total Date pub unique id AuthoKs USER AIDS usually added usually present Wharton Econometric words or phrases yes transmission media