Sorts records based on the date the documents were added to our database (not the publication year) with the most recently processed records listed first.
Sorts records based on a ranking system that considers how many of the search
terms are found in each record. Records with the highest ranking appear at the
top of the list.
Sorts records in alphabetical order based on the last name of the first listed
Sorts records in alphabetical order based on the name of the publication.
Sorts records in alphabetical order based on the title of the conference.
Sorts records in reverse chronological order based on the date given on the
cover of the journal.
When selecting a sort option, keep in mind the timespan
that you selected from the Search page. For example, if you restrict the timespan to Latest 2 weeks, the product sorts all items (both new and old articles) that were processed and added to the database during the latest 2 weeks.
Did You Know ...
Latest Date is the default sort option.