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1LEXIS-NEXIS shows Statistical Universe.
In: Advanced technology libraries. 27(1998) no.6, S.3.
Abstract: LEXIS-NEXIS have demonstrated Statistical Universe, a database offering comprehensive, authentic and reliable access to US federal, state and organizational statistics
2LEXIS-NEXIS expands services.
In: Information today. 15(1998) no.2, S.1,53.
Abstract: LEXIS-NEXIS has annouced: enhancement of InfoTailor a customized daily briefing service which now scans 2.500 sources daily, allows instant profile changes and performs relevance ranking; the release of LEXIS-NEXIS Xchange, providing a single Web location for obtaining legal and general news, access practice-specific information and search the LEXIS-NEXIS collection; and, the signing of an agreement with the National Association for Law Placement, Inc. to make LEXIS-NEXIS services the exclusive online source for the 'National Directory of Legal Employers'
3Griffith, C.: Pros and cons of LEXIS-NEXIS on the Web.
In: Information today. 15(1998) no.3, S.24,26.
Abstract: Describes logging on and searching LEXIS-NEXIS databases on the Web. Although the performance is poor in comparison with that of LEXIS-NEXIS proprietary online service it is the only Web service of its kind and the rush of users to the Web should ensure that performance and reliability improve
4Stock, W.G.: Natürlichsprachige Suche - more like this! : Lexis-Nexis' Freestyle.
In: Password. 1998, H.11, S.21-28.
Abstract: Insbesondere durch die Suchmaschinen im Internet wurde die Aufmerksamkeit der Information Professionals auf Retrievalmöglichkeiten jenseits der Booleschen Operatoren gelenkt. Auch die kommerziellen Online-Archive entwickelten in den letzten Jahren natürlichsprachige Suchoptionen. Lexis-Nexis erhielt im Laufe des Jahres 1998 2 Patente für Module automatischer Indexierung erteilt.
Objekt: LEXIS-NEXIS ; FREESTYLE
5LEXIS-NEXIS enhances Xchange for business and announces new law offerings.
In: Information today. 15(1998) no.5, S.49.
Abstract: LEXIS-NEXIS Xchange for Business is a browser based news and information gathering tool that requires no proprietary hardware or software. Enhancements to existing products announced by LEXIS-NEXIS include capturing detail necessary to support simplified billing and accounting by LEXIS-NEXIS Xchange law firm clients, and the incorporation of Shepard's and Auto-Cite citations information on the presidential value of a specific case into Case Law signal. The LEXIS-NEXIS Career Center is a Web-based career centre providing resources from EmplawyerNet, NALP, the LEXIS-NEXIS CAREER library, and the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory
Wissenschaftsfach: Wirtschaftswissenschaften ; Rechtswissenschaft
Objekt: LEXIS-NEXIS ; Xchange
6O'Leary, M.: LEXIS-NEXIS continues Web transition.
In: Information today. 15(1998) no.11, S.8,62.
Abstract: Presents a favourable review of LEXIS -NEXIS Universe (LNU) from LEXIS-NEXIS of Dayton, Ohio. The Web based product offers legacy system search power, an effective user interface, and the features that Web users have come to expect. The product is available with transactional and flat rate pricing plans. LNU is comprised of 8 major subjects including News, Medical, Company, Country, People, Public Records, Government, and Legal, and each is further divided into sub-categories. The customizable search screens are the outstanding feature, offering pull-down menus and supporting Boolean commands and proximity operators
8Mandelbaum, J.: LEXIS-NEXIS News Quick-Check.
In: Database. 20(1997) no.5, S.52-53.
Abstract: News Quick-Check is part of the AnswerPak series. The AnswerPaks are designed to allow business endusers to search LEXIS-NEXIS with an easy-to-use graphical interface. News Quick-Check, gives users access to the NEXIS News and TOPNWS libraries and is targeted at media specialists and journalists. Explains how to conduct a search, displaying, searching and printing results and pricing. It offers plug-and-play installation, integrated help and easy customization, but is robust enough to produce fast, focussed results
9Stuart, L.M. ; Harwell, K.R.: LEXIS-NEXIS instruction at Penn State.
In: Journal of interlibrary loan, document delivery and information supply. 8(1997) no.2, S.63-71.
Abstract: Librarians at Penn State University's Pattee Library, have developed Just-in-Time demonstrations to help users learn how to use LEXIS-NEXIS the full text online databases. They are 1 hour long, informal and are offered on a weekly basis. They are designed to deal with searchers' specific question, and introduce features and strategies to improve searching. the sessions have reached a larger number of students and faculty than they could in a more formal seminar setting
10Ojala, M.: Online, past, present and future : repetition, reinvention, or reincarnation?.
In: Online. 21(1997) no.1, S.63-66.
Abstract: Exemplifies the progress of online business searching using services offered by The Information Bank which is now part of LEXIS-NEXIS. It developed through abstract and index databases, fulltext and imaging, and offering different products to differing markets through differing services. Although the range of information sources has expanded, much of the content is repetiton. Offers advice to online hosts and database producers for dealing with future trends
11Poynder, R.: LEXIS-NEXIS.
In: Business information review. 14(1997) no.3, S.109-117.
Abstract: Traces the early developments, in 1967, that were to form the foundation of today's LEXIS-NEXIS services. Originally built on a text retrieval system designed for the US Air Force by the Ohio based Data Corporation, LEXIS-NEXIS began life as a text retrieval system for private use by the Ohio State Bas Association. Describes the subsequent acquisition by Mead Corp., its launch as a commercial online service and its later purchase by Reed Elsevier. Outlines the changes and acquisitions that have taken place over 30 years that have led to LEXIS-NEXIS becoming the world's largest onlien host. Describes the current activities of the service, in particular its activities in Europe following the formation of LEXIS-NEXIS EUROPE Ltd., and work done to adapt the service to the Internet. Notes some of the competitors to LEXIS-NEXIS: Dialog; Data-Star; FT Profile and MAID
12Ojala, M.: Commands that RANKle.
In: Online. 21(1997) no.4, S.70-73.
Abstract: Examines the RANK command on DIALOG using a statistical analysis of articles in DATABASE as an example. The RANK command was used to find authors, company names, and length of articles. Use of the command revealed a number of complexities and revealed some problematic indexing on the part of the database producers. The LEXIS-NEXIS RANK command was also used, but this fulfils a different function to the command of the same name in DIALOG
Objekt: LEXIS-NEXIS ; DIALOG
13LEXIS-NEXIS enhances reQUESTer, adds medical industry publications, and upgrades for Lotus Notes.
In: Information today. 14(1997) no.10, S.22,56.
Abstract: Describes: the enhanced search functions of LEXIS-NEXIS reQUESTer; the addition to its content of The American Medical Information Physician Directory, Medical Industry Today and Biomedical Market Newsletter; and, the redesigning of LEXIS-NEXIS Tracker to take advantage of Lotus Domino
14Scales, B.J. ; Gilles, M.M.: Lexis-Nexis in an academic environment : user policies and instruction methods.
In: Reference services review. 23(1995) no.3, S.85-90,96.
Abstract: In autumn 93, librarians at Washington State University formed a task force to introduce user policies and instructional methods for users to access and use Lexis-Nexis in the university's humanities/social sciences library. A workstation was installed in the reference area the following February; a 2nd was added in Autumn 94. The task force implemented user policies, monitoring capabilities, and instructional options for users. By using guardian software mounted on the machines, instructional logs, and firsthand observations, they were able to track results of these 2 decisions for 2 semesters. Users use the workstationsheavily after learning to use the database through creatice self education
15Griffith, C.: FREESTYLE: LEXIS-NEXIS goes natural.
In: Information today. 11(1994) no.1, S.31,35.
Abstract: Describes FREESTYLE, the associative language search engine, developed by Mead Data Central for its LEXIS/NEXIS online service. The special feature of the associative language in FREESTYLE allows users to enter search descriptions in plain English
Objekt: FREESTYLE ; LEXIS-NEXIS