The Yewno Knowledge Graph is dynamic and continuously updated.
If there's a concept you didn't find that you think we should consider including, please let us know by filling in the form.
This depends on your set-up. If you have a link resolver, the user will be directed to your ILL or preferred location.
Our result list contains snippets from documents appropriate to the search. Multiple snippets may come from the same documents, but they are not duplicates. Where we receive the same document from multiple content providers we de-dupe this in the results but allow users to select from all the providers should they chose to go to the full text.
We currently have results in English, Chinese and German.
Yewno supports remote access, but this depends on your library's set up. Please check with your library.
Yewno has over 5 million concepts and more than a billion connections. We cover all academic subjects.
We search by Concepts, which are displayed in a Knowledge graph, not by Keyword or Natural Language Query. We search beyond what is expected and open new doors.
No, we do not direct traffic to certain publications. We unique in that we are publisher-neutral and our ranking of content is unbiased.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be delighted to share a list of compatible formats.
That depends on your library's set up. Please check with library staff.
Citation information is available at the Document level - you favorite an article or a document, then export it in RIS or CSV to your favorite Citation program.
You can view your search history by clicking on the Journey Icon (Footsteps) or by clicking on Search again
Take a snapshot your graph using the camera icon, retrieve the snapshot from the Journey, select it and export it to Google Docs, where you can print it.
The default is to display the top 25 results. The slider bar allows you to reduce that number to the very strongest concepts or to expand it to see all the results.
We are working on a design for a mobile app. Please contact us if you're interested in getting updates.
Yewno is committed to meeting international accessibility standards including Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act and W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (2.0 and 2.1 AA). There is one exception: WCAG 2.1 AA, 1.3.4 Guideline: Orientation, which relates to mobile phones. The product uses artificial intelligence to visualize a knowledge graph and show concepts and their connections. The design of this knowledge graph, which is an integral part of the product, is complex and intricate and cannot be displayed on a mobile handset as its size renders the design unusable. Please contact email@example.com for a copy of our compliance.
Your searches are private. Usage statistics are captured anonymously so you can see the aggregate by institution but not track back to an individual.
Yewno's preferred web browser is the current plus one previous version of Chrome, although we work with Firefox and Safari as well. We are compatible with the later versions of IE
Access in the library is generally openly available although you will need to be on site or logged in. Please check with library staff about login access.
Yewno Discover does not use cookie
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for ip and other authentication requirements.
You enter a search term into the searchbox and select the concept you wish to explore further from the Knowledge Graph. A graph visualisation will render and if you are interested in document discovery details are provided in the form of snippets which can be exported and printed.
Yes, Yewno has metrics available. Please contact email@example.com for details.
Your content usage will be tracked in the metrics reports.