What's New in the Web Version of SciFinder
New SciPlanner™ Reaction Planning Tool Significantly Improves Research Effectiveness (March 2011)
SciFinder® enhancement allows researchers to create and customize synthetic pathways.
SciPlanner Video #1 - Overview
SciPlanner Video #2 - Tutorial
Organize, view and manage the SciPlanner workspace
SciPlanner helps organize your SciFinder results in a way that simplifies search information.
Synthetic chemists communicate via pathways and reaction schemes, and this allows users to consider SciFinder answers in context of the actual path of interest, piecing together queries more intuitively. SciPlanner also allows you to share specific pathways clearly for assignment distribution or presentation.
More powerful citation sorting
Save time getting structures from ISIS/Draw
For more information about the new features, see What's New in SciFinder - Spring 2011 (PDF)
This feature allows users to organize and manage search results in chemically intuitive ways. Reference, substance, and reaction information can all be sent to and organized in one location (workspace). Reaction schemes can be easily combined and visualized.
Short introductory videos are available which demonstrate how to get started with SciPlanner.
Sorting Reference Answer Sets by Citing References
Citation count is often viewed as a key indicator of the impact of a researcher's work. Sorting reference answer sets by the criteria of Citing References can help identify influential articles and authors and potential collaborators.
Copy/paste of ISIS/Draw structures into SciFinder
ISIS/Draw is a commonly used structure drawing tool. Users of ISIS/Draw can now save time by drawing a structure once and then simply copy/paste it into the structure drawing editor in SciFinder.
New Content - MEDLINE citations
The addition of citation data to MEDLINE records allows users to extend their searches to articles cited in a particular MEDLINE reference.
For more information about the latest features in the web version, see