Searching Inside a Review
Use the search box to select results inside a review for faster screening
When inspecting Review Details, users can take advantage of the search box to craft custom search criteria using tags, keywords, etc using a simplified query language.
The simplest method is just to type the key terms to be matched. These will be searched in the title, abstract and publication name:
Users can also search according to AI tags, screening decisions, comments and source data. Lets look at how this is possible with the results query language:
You can search results of a review using a flexible query language: In the search box, users can write queries of the form
parameter: <value> parameter2: <value> parameter3: <value>
Here's an example that retrieves results containing the Identifiable patient AI tag:
What it does
Retrieve all articles tagged as "Suspected AE"
Retrieve all articles containing the word "acetamoniphen" AND containing a patient mention (patient tag)
Retrieve articles NOT flagged as a special situation AND flagged as aggregate report
Retrieve all articles containing a screening decision from user
Only articles from PubMed tagged with a special situation
Articles with an identifiable patient AND saved as a serious event by the reviewer.
Match specified keyterms in article title and publication name. This is also the default behavior when not using the
tag:ae(articles tagged "Suspected AE", can also use
tag:patient(articles with a confirmed patient mention)
tag:special(articles tagged with any special situation)
tag:case(suspected case tag)
Performs the inverse of tag: matches articles that do not contain stated tag.
notag:ae(articles not tagged "Suspected AE" )
Matches articles last updated by user matching
Matches articles from a given source (pubmed, doaj, crossref, etc.)
Matches the contents in article's comment section of the most recent screening decision (if any)
Matches articles with a specific review decision:
- Serious events:
- Aggregate reporting:
- Safety signal:
nodecision:to retrieve opposite results.
When multiple query values are used, they are treated as an AND search:
Example: Articles tagged with a special situation AND updated by user
Example: Articles from the DOAJ database AND matching "paracetamol" in title or abstract:
Example: articles tagged as Suspected Adverse AND updated by user "admin"
Example: Articles with the word "duplicate" in comment AND NOT tagged as a special situation.
The search box is also available from the Find Articles screen, where users can search into multiple reviews based on a date range, or monitors