CAPCAS

Delivers XML-coded bibliographic information and abstracts from 1,800 Elsevier scientific journals and 150 book series

CAPCAS is an electronic service that delivers XML-coded bibliographic information and abstracts from 1,800 Elsevier scientific journals and 150 book series.

CAPCAS is the only source of Elsevier journal data in this format, and delivers the data profile of choice, customized to meet your information requirements.

CAPCAS is the tool to help you provide early current awareness and a head start in highly competitive scientific disciplines in academia and industry.

CAPCAS Benefits

Technical Description

Information is coded in the Extended Markup Language [XML] that feeds into a wide variety of database production systems.

CAPCAS abstracts contained in the "XML Citation files" are according to the Elsevier DTD [Document Type Definition], and the associated bibliographic metadata in the "dataset.toc" files conforms to our CITADEL format.

Data is delivered to customers on a monthly basis through an automated FTP service.

XML DTD Specifications can be found at: http://www.info.sciverse.com/sciencedirect/implementation/implementing/dtds

CITADEL Specifications can be found at: http://www.info.sciverse.com/sciencedirect/implementation/implementing/sdos

CAPCAS datasets consists of the following files:

A master index file or dataset.toc file with complete bibliographic information as well as all relevant cross reference data.

If you're interested in evaluating CAPCAS data, a sample dataset can be requested from: EBD Marketing

A list of all Elsevier journals can be found here: http://www.info.sciverse.com/sciencedirect/content/journals/titles

CAPCAS ToC

CAPCAS ToC

Product Description

The Benefits

For more information please contact a CAPCAS representative at: ebd-marketing@elsevier.com


Bibliographic details

Database/Service
Imprint: ELSEVIER



Last update: 18 Sep 2014