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The Music Therapy World Journal Index (MTWJI) and the full text database of the AJMT are also accessible via the Internet.
The Wilson Applied Science & Technology Full Text database, which will soon be available from SilverPlatter, contains full text from more than 90 periodicals dating from January 1997.
These partnerships will cover the PsycINFO database on APA's search system; Emerald Full Text Database, Emerald Management Reviews and Emerald Abstracts; and IFIS Publishing's forthcoming implementation of FSTA(TM) direct from IFIS -- a database of 600,000 food science, food technology and food-related human nutrition abstracts offered directly from IFIS for the first time.
In a separate announcement, Wilson reports that users of its Applied Science & Technology Full Text database can now click to find complete graphical information from many of the journal articles cited.
Then again, it may license the full-text versions of several Wilson databases and provide links from the abstracting/indexing records of INSPEC to the Wilson Applied Science and Technology Full Text database, or from Sociological Abstracts to the Wilson Social Sciences Full Text database.
MicroPatent's US full text database has been expanded to include patents 1 - 3,551,908.
SEC Online is a full text database containing the unedited text of the form 10Ks and 20Fs for all NYSE, AMEX, and selected NMS/NASDAQ companies.
The Netpinions service from CyberAlert features a built-in text retrieval, knowledge management and data mining system, including special features that permit corporate clients to make notations, share retrieved information with colleagues, and apply their standard measurement and content analysis tools to the stored full text database.
Information Access Company (IAC) has announced it will begin publication of Computer Database ASAP, an online full text database of the contents of widely-read magazines and journals covering computers, electronics and telecommunications.