(all full-text; data) allows users to analyze the demographic and market potential of any geographic area in the U.S. It creates summary, comparison, ranking and radius-based reports by geographic area. Summary reports contain multiple user-defined variables for a single geographic area;
comparison reports offer side-by-side comparisons of up to 16 geographic areas;
ranking reports rank multiple geographic areas by the performance of specific
user-defined variables such as gender, income, employment, housing value or
household composition; radius reports makes it possible to summarize the
entire area of a given radius or to compare multiple radii. Reports can be emailed or printed as an HTML page or PDF file. It also generates interactive and radius-based maps. It is produced by Thomson Gale and the user interface by
SRC. To begin searching click the Get Started button.
Derwent Innovations Index
1963-present; RefWorks Help
) is one of the databases included in Web of Knowledge. Click Select a Database
to search this database
It includes value-added patent information from Derwent (1963-present) as well as patent citation information from the Patents Citation Index (1973-present). There are separate sections for chemical, electrical, and engineering patents, all covering 1963-present. Click Sign In
to save searches and receive search history and citation alerts.
It is produced by and the user interface is provided by Thomson Reuters.
Digital Resource Commons (DRC) (XLinks; Formerly the Digital Media Center or DMC) has been moved to a new platform with new links, some minor title changes, and new communities and collections. The DRC now includes the collections listed below. This list also includes previous collections which were removed but are still available as separate databases with new links.
Much of the content was created by individuals and institutions in the State of Ohio and the user interface is provided by OhioLINK.
- OhioLINK Electronic Thesis & Dissertation Center (ETD) (new)
- Social & Behavioral Sciences Digital Resources (includes the new Eliot Spatial Test Collection).
Digital Space @ Xavier
is an institutional repository for all Xavier University scholarly communication, creative pedagogical works and historical materials. It enables Xavier University faculty, staff, and students to make their work accessible to the world at a stable URL, and with the assurance they will be preserved over the long term. Contributors need to fill out the Submission Permission Form
before their work can be added to Digital Space @ Xavier. This resource is an important tool in advancing scholarly communication, promoting creative pedagogy and preserving the historical legacy of Xavier University. Digital Space @ Xavier is a service provided by the University Library under the auspices of the Division of Information Technologies.
DineHealthy (campus only database) permits the user to set up
a profile consisting of their date of birth, gender, height, actual and desired
weight, activity level and medical diet based on health problems. After entering
this information the user's maximum caloric intake is determined. Users can determine
caloric content of hundreds of different foods and beverages, including fast food,
restaurant food, frozen foods and pre-packaged food. Access from
My Computer; select Vol 1 Apps (the P drive on most
computers); click the DineHealthy folder; and then click DineHealth.exe.
Directory of Open Access Journals
(all full-text) contains over 700 multidisciplinary, scholarly full-text journals
that use a funding model that does not charge readers or their institutions for
access. Journals included must exercise peer-review or editorial quality control
and report primary results of research or overviews of research results to a scholarly
community. It is produced by and the user interface is provided by Lunds Universitets Bibliotek.
Dolphin Embryo Microscopic Slides (XLinks) is part of OhioLINK's Digital Resource Commons. It
contains scanned images of histological sections captured using a digital camera
connected to a microscope. The collection consists of many sections per single
embryo. Each embryo is identified by a name, such as LACM 94674. A section number follows the
name, e.g. LACM 94674-100 is section 100. The specimens are examples of
Pantropical Spotted Dolphin (Stenella attenuata) and were
made available by the Los Angeles County Museum. It is produced by the Digital Library of Dolphin Development at Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine (NEOUCOM). The user interface is provided by OhioLINK.