PubGet (3rd Party PubMed/MEDLINE Tool)

The idea behind Pubget is that it speeds up the process of grabbing the full-text PDFs from PubMed search results. The videos below illustrate the idea:


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If you’re at one of the following institutions, you can try a full-featured Pubget that links to full-text PDFs available to these institutions:

From Pubget’s public site, you can get a feel for how it works, but it’ll only pull up open access PDFs.

To keep up on new developments, you can subscribe to the feed of the Pubget blog.

Interested in getting this service for your library’s users? Get in touch and let them know you’re interested.

5 thoughts on “PubGet (3rd Party PubMed/MEDLINE Tool)

  1. WooHoo!! Pretty nifty stuff. This is all the buzz here today – whole department is buzzing about this blog entry and tool. Thanks so much for bringing it to our attention via your blog.

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  3. This is a very impressive PubMed version. It should be born in mind that it only retrieves pdfs of articles freely available fulltext or from journals your institution subscribes to. But it’s very fast (and there is alreday a link to PubGet on the Wikipedia PubMed article..). The first sample searches on PubGet’s website just have a very high content of free fulltext articles (PMC, PLOS etc.). Still (again): it’s very fast.