Report:SureChem/Viewing Results/Viewing Individual Records
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Viewing Individual Records
The record view in SureChem is done in text only format; patent drawings are not shown in any part of the record view. However, highlighted chemical structures can be selected in order to display the chemical structure drawing.
Single color chemical highlighting (e.g. users cannot define different colors for different keywords) can be toggled on or off. This highlighting feature allows users to select a term on the left pane (thus highlighting it among all the underlined chemical terms selected), and move to the next or previous instance throughout the document. This feature corresponds to the controlled vocabulary tagging present in SureChem for the purpose of standardizing alternate names and chemical structure formulas that may be present in the patent document.
From the record view, users may select the PDF icon to order a copy of the patent document (this option is unavailable for MEDLINE hits). To learn more about ordering patent PDF copies, see the Downloads section of this article.
Also from the record view there is also the option to export chemical structure data of a selectable molecular weight range to Excel, Word, SDF and Email formats, export text to Word or Email formats, and view a printer friendly version.
There is currently no way to alter the presentation or layout of the record view.
The highlighting, although single color, gives the user a great deal of power with regards to which of the terms to highlight and the ability to move forwards and backwards to the next highlighted term automatically. This is a strong point of the record view design.