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STN Service to Offer New Analytical Software

Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS; http://www.cas.org) and FIZ Karlsruhe (http://www.fiz-karlsruhe.de) have announced STN AnaVistónew software that will give information professionals a variety of ways to analyze and visualize information found in scientific literature and patents using the STN online service. The software will be released this summer.

STN AnaVist creates an interactive workspace with a range of data visualizations to interpret patent and research data and lets users identify relationships between data. The software permits analysis of information from three scientific resources: the CAplus database of scientific literature and patent information, the USPATFULL patent database, and the PCTFULL patent database. Users can import search results into STN AnaVist from the STN Express software. There's also an integrated concept search capability within STN AnaVist.

STN International, an online service for science and technology, offers a collection of more than 220 databases. The service is provided jointly through a North American service center (operated by CAS in Columbus, Ohio), a European service center (operated by FIZ Karlsruhe in Karlsruhe, Germany), and a Japanese service center (operated by the Japan Science and Technology Agency in Tokyo).

Source: Chemical Abstracts Service and FIZ Karlsruhe



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