Reaxys Query Builder: for targeted, complex queries
With some research solutions, finding certain information requires considerable training. Users have to know which query form to use, how the information is indexed and what special parameters to include. It can make searching a challenge, especially for new users.
Query Builder in Reaxys makes every scientist a power user that can access all the information in the database with ease.
Streamline query construction for precise and rapid chemistry searches
Query Builder enables construction of complex queries using a streamlined drag-and-drop interface that includes all the essential search input: narrowly defined properties, including spectra, CAS registry numbers, medicinal chemistry terminology, basic indexes and more! Query Builder also supports structure drawing and molecular formula building.
Every query category in Query Builder includes dedicated forms with predefined parameter sets that are easy to edit and fill in. Even complex medicinal chemistry searches can be successfully performed by first-time users thanks to the intuitive step-by-step construction method. Whether you’re a highly experienced researcher or it’s your first time using a research solution, you can rely on Query Builder to guide you through the search construction process.
Query Builder in Action
Build your own queries by combining diverse intelligent search fields
It’s about time. Saving it and maximizing it so you can
move with confidence and ease from a basic idea to a
target compound. Watch this video tutorial to see how
to create your own targeted queries without being an
expert. Each record retrieved offers multiple touch
points to discover more within and outside of Reaxys.
Find more tutorials and workflows
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