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Quick start with STNext

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Get First Insights into STN

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Automating Searches with STN: Part 3 - Monitoring a Large Number of Structures or Patent Numbers

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I Didn't Know You Had That! - Improving Your Search Results with Lesser Known Data in STN Databases

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STN Coffee Lecture: Getting a First Overview of STN Search Results - Postings and their Settings

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From Start to Finish - Using a Multi-file Approach for Chemical Queries and Creating Virtual Records

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Automating Searches with STN: Part 2 - Introduction to Basic Scripting

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Automating Searches with STNext: Introductory Session

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Licensing and Company-related Information - a Closer Look at Chemical Business NewsBase on STN

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Migrating to STNext - Essential Features and Functionalities

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STN Coffee Lecture: W, 5A, L, S or P? – Proximity Operators for Precise Retrieval

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STN Coffee Lecture: Identify the best databases for your search topic – tips around the INDEX command

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STN Coffee Lecture: Technology Focus, Use, Advantage, etc – Benefit from the Highly Structured Derwent Abstract

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STN Coffee Lecture: Command Window – a Simple but Powerful Feature

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STN Coffee Lecture: Using the Patent Family Manager in STNext to Increase Efficiency in Patent Searches

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STN Coffee Lecture: Customize your STNext Experience with SET Commands

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STN Coffee Lecture: STN Clusters - How to find what you are looking for when you don't know where to look

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Increase the Relevance and Insight of your STNext Search Results with the Analyze Command

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STN Coffee Lecture: NOT in Detail – How to Use the NOT Operator in Keyword Searches

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STN Coffee Lecture: Automate your Search - The Potential of STN Scripts Demonstrated by some Selected Examples