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AIP Offers Free Bibliographic Search Service

The American Institute of Physics announced that it will offer free searching of all the bibliographic records on its Online Journal Publishing Service (OJPS) for which PDF files of full-text articles are available. To date, searching has been restricted to those who subscribe to at least one of the more than 100 journals on the OJPS platform. The name of the new service is Search OJPS (, and it will be accessible on a six-month experimental basis to anyone who registers.

The service has similar functionality to SPIN (Searchable Physics Information Notices), AIP's abstracts database. In Search OJPS, users may browse or search bibliographic data from 110 online journals published by AIP and other scientific and engineering societies, with various options for accessing full-text articles.

Search OJPS enables fielded, cross-journal searching on more than 300,000 abstract records. Users may also browse tables of contents (with links to abstracts) for each of these journals. Within each of these areas, options are provided for users to obtain the full-text articles. Users may directly download PDF files from journals to which they or their institutions subscribe, or they may use the pay-per-view facilities of AIP's DocumentStore ( to purchase full-text articles from publications to which they do not subscribe.

Source: The American Institute of Physics

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