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Select the text in which you want to find the DeCS/MeSH terms.

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Enter the selected text on the application page.

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Why use DeCS/MeSH Finder?


Determining the keywords that briefly describe your text is often a laborious task. The use of terms belonging to the controlled DeCS/MeSH vocabulary provides an accurate and professional way of describing a text in the health field. The DeCS/MeSH Finder is an application that locates, in a simple and automatic way, DeCS/MeSH terms contained in an electronic text, assisting in the task of determining the keywords that can describe your text. With its simple and advanced interfaces, it allows its use by people without any experience, as well as by professionals in the area of document indexing.


Technical Features


The basic DeCS/MeSH Finder interface, using a step-by-step help mechanism, guides the novice user in a simple way in the process of finding DeCS/MeSH terms from the input text, regardless of the type of term found, that is, whether it is a descriptor, qualifier, synonym, etc.

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The advanced interface of DeCS/MeSH Finder is intended for users who feel more comfortable with the types of terms present in the DeCS/MeSH vocabulary, allowing all the control and agility in the process of finding the terms in the input text in a single interface.

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FAQ


DeCS/MeSH Finder goes through each word of the text to be analyzed looking for terms from the thesaurus DeCS/MeSH. Once you have found a term, it analyzes whether it belongs to the types of desired terms previously selected by the user. If it does, add the term found in the term output list.

Yes, the use of DeCS/MeSH Finder is free. You can use it as many times as you like without having to pay anything for it.

Three typical users of the tool are: the author of bibliographic articles who, in the process of requesting publication, are required to provide keywords that describe the content of their article. The other typical user is the editor of scientific journals who, upon receiving an article publication request, uses the tool as an aid in the process of checking the relevance of the keywords provided for the description of the article's content. Librarians can also use it as an aid in the indexing process.

The DeCS/MeSH thesaurus is updated once a year, and it is released at the beginning of each year.

Your web pages can have their DeCS/MeSH terms found through a web service associated with the DeCS/MeSH Finder that performs term find processing in batches of documents. To learn more contact us at:

DeCS/MeSH Finder Online Service

Your documents can have their DeCS/MeSH terms found through a web service associated with the DeCS/MeSH Finder that performs term find processing in batches of documents. To learn more contact us at:

DeCS/MeSH Finder Online Service