Oh, right! This is a repository for my stuff in addition to just being a cool vanity URL. Here’s a thing I wrote.
In a previous blog, we described some new search filters that can be used while accessing PubMed from the HSL home page. However, we realize that many of our users—especially those working with the more advanced features of PubMed—likely have their own My NCBI accounts, and won’t often be starting their search from the library’s home page. This blog will explain how to import those new filters into your existing My NCBI account, so you can use them in conjunction with your existing settings and preferences. To begin, you’ll need to either log in or create an account, which can be done at the “Sign in to NCBI” link shown below.
Once logged in, continue to the Settings page (titled “My NCBI” at the top of every page) and navigate to the “Filters” module, typically at the lower-right corner of the page. If you’ve never experimented with creating…
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