The York Research Database is a rich source of information about research at the University. Take a look at the tips below to help you make the most of the data available.
Lots of data can mean lots of search results.
Refine your results to narrow down the list.
For more options and to apply multiple refinements, try the 'Advanced' search options.
Discover related content with interactive visualisations.
Click View graph of relations on any entry to open a visual web of related content.
Double-click an icon to re-focus on that item, or click the 'Visit page' button to see the details.
Click around lots of entries without fear of getting lost.
Every entry viewed in a visit is listed at the bottom of each page for quick repeat access.
Get automatic updates about any data in the system.
Look for the RSS icon alongside search results and click or copy the link to your RSS reader to subscribe to that search.
Wondering what RSS is? See the University news feeds page for an introduction.
Fine-tune your searches with quote marks and boolean operators.
Use multiple words as a specific phrase by putting quotes around them, or use OR and NOT to broaden or restrict results.
Found an interesting article? It's easy to find related content.
Check the right side of publication pages for more by the same authors or from the same journal.