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=== Literature search ===
 
=== Literature search ===
 
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Requirements for a literature review:
 
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*reproducibility: search term should clearly be defined, the search period and time/data should be noted.
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*coverage: the search should include as many publications on the topic as possible.
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*a defined and complete sorting system (i.e. a list of categories which covers all publications and is unequivocal)
  
 
=== Some Literature ===
 
=== Some Literature ===

Revision as of 13:46, 18 May 2015

Tools and recommendations for structured literature review

On this page, we'd like to discuss ways to do an effective and successful literature review. I have some ideas what a literature review/search should consist of.

Literature search

Requirements for a literature review:

  • reproducibility: search term should clearly be defined, the search period and time/data should be noted.
  • coverage: the search should include as many publications on the topic as possible.
  • a defined and complete sorting system (i.e. a list of categories which covers all publications and is unequivocal)

Some Literature

Ten simple rules for writing a literature review

Systematic literature reviews

How to conduct a literature search in PubMed


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