The BHD Literature Database has been redesigned as an Access database, from the previous Excel format. The Access version is more flexible and allows more user-friendly navigation, searching and comparison of publications. As before, the aims, methods and findings of each article are summarised; to see these details, click on the article ID for each paper. Additionally, detailed summaries of the different types of methods used in open access papers have been added to the database, to enable cross-searching among methods.
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The BHD Literature Database now uses macros. To enable all features and content, it is advised to allow macros upon opening the file.
Please feel free to email email@example.com with any suggestions you may have to help us improve the database.