Correlative indexing systems for the control of research records.
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Correlative indexing systems for the control of research records. by Gerald Jahoda

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Research.,
  • Indexing.

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FormatMicroform
Pagination2, viii, 198 leaves.
Number of Pages198
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Open LibraryOL17213885M

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Computers and special indexing software can stream-line the indexing process and substantially reduce the time required. No computer can produce a good index on its own, however; human inter-vention is always required. A computer can search, record, and alphabet-ize terms and can arrange numbers far more eªciently than a person. ButFile Size: KB. Records indexing is the process of setting up a way to find files and records quickly and effectively. The standard methods are card, strip, rotary, and book/page. Indexing and Abstracting as Tools for Information Retrieval in Digital Libraries: A Review of Literature: /ch Indexing and abstracting are like Siamese twins in the information retrieval process. Indexing and abstracting are the two approaches to distillingAuthor: Olaronke O. Fagbola. Research record retention • All research-related records retained for at least 2 years after study completion • Investigational new drug (IND) study records must be retained for 2 years after approval of drug marketing application or withdrawal of IND, or as indicated by sponsor • NO NIH records may be destroyed unless consistent with NIH.

Open-ended items are most often used with the qualitative research design because the responses in the survey are purely descriptive. Indeed, the Jha et al. () focus group study was a qualitative research study. For all other research designs—those that are quantitative—the challenge is in coding the open-ended responses of participants. Subject indexing is used in information retrieval especially to create index records to retrieve documents on a particular subject. Descriptive cataloguing makes it possible to retrieve the materials in a library by title, author, etc. – in short, all the searchable elements of a cataloguing record . PRECIS is a computer assisted pre-coordinate subject indexing system developed by Derek Austin in as a result of long research which the Classification Research Group (CRG) undertook to give a new general classification for information control.   Dense Index: For every search key value in the data file, there is an index record. This record contains the search key and also a reference to the first data record with that search key value. Sparse Index: The index record appears only for a few items in the data file. Each item points to a .

It is mostly found in register books, notebooks etc. It is simple type of indexing. In this index, book is market with alphabets on the right side of the paper in such a way so that all alphabets can be seen at a glance. Here, name of persons or documents are arranges in alphabetical order. Keyword in Context (KWIC) Indexing system is based on the principle that the title of the document represents its contents. It is believed that the title of the document is one line abstract of the document. The significant words in the title indicate the subject of the document. a KWIC index makes an entry under each significant word in the title, along with the remaining part of the title to. This is an improved system of book index. Moreover, vowels are adapted to differentiate the system. Hence, this system is called vowel index. This method of index is suitable to small and medium size business office. Merits of Vowel Index. 1. It is a permanent record. 2. There is no loss of index. 3. Less time is required in searching the index.   Post coordinated indexing is the opposite of precoordinated indexing The searcher controls how terms are combined for a search and the set of document retrieved This will general increase recall but usually decrease precision Allows searchers the freedom to freely combine many terms that are relevant to the search 4.