Research

Magnifying glass Databases for Math, Statistics & Computer Science

Essential Research Tools


Good Places to Start:
MathSciNet | Science Direct


Academic Search Premier

This interdisciplinary database includes more than 335 mathematics journals, more than 45 statistics journals, and some 137 journals in the field of computer science. (from EBSCO)

1975–current | Some full text 


arXiv.org

From Cornell University, open access to 1,643,143 e-prints in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance, statistics, electrical engineering and systems science, and economics.


Gale Academic OneFile Select

Gale®’s premier database for research in all the academic disciplines. Provides over 5,000 journal titles and covers everything from art and literature to economics and the sciences. This interdisciplinary database includes 50 mathematics journals as well as journals in the fields of statistics and computer science.

1980-current | Some full text 


JSTOR

This interdisciplinary database includes 16 mathematics journals and 19 statistics journals. Check “Include links to external content” if you want more search results, some of which may need to be requested from other libraries (Interlibrary Loan).

1800s-current | Some full text


MathSciNet

From the American Mathematical Society, this database provides reviews, abstracts, and bibliographic information for much of the mathematical sciences literature. Use this help sheet to get started.

1800s–current | Abstracts and reviews only


Science Direct
This science database includes more than 325 mathematics and statistics journals and 205 journals in field of computer science.

Some full text


 
Also Useful

Google Scholar

Google Scholar provides a simple way to search for scholarly literature. When accessing this database through the link provided here you will find free connections to the pay for view materials that are located in our subscription sources. Just click on “Find Full Text @SMU.” See also the Google Scholar Blog for citation metrics.

Some full text, some pay for view


WorldCat

From OCLC, the largest, most comprehensive catalog of books and other materials, with records from over 55,000 libraries worldwide. Materials found in WorldCat may be borrowed through our interlibrary loan program.

Catalog records

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