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"Party and Government Documents in English (PGDiE) is a unique collection of official documents in English, covering various levels of Chinese government, Communist Party of China (CPC) and National People's Congress (NPC) from authoritative sources from 1921 onwards. It is an invaluable resource for research on the history of Communist Party of China (CPC), the Chinese government, and National People's Congress (NPC). Party and Government Documents in English (PGDiE) is part of Global Chinese Studies (GCS)."-- Provided by publisher on home page.
Euromonitor International's Global Market Information Database (GMID) is an online business information system providing business intelligence on industries, countries, and consumers. It offers integrated access to statistics, reports, insightful comment and business information sources. Coverage is global, more than 200 countries are researched.
This page is the starting point for the USPTO's free patent databases covering patent grants (full-text since 1976, full-page images since 1790), and patent applications (published since 15 March 2001). Patents issued between 1790 and 1976 are searchable only by patent number and current U.S. classification. Patents issued after 1976 may be searched by any keyword.
Using PATENTSCOPE you can search 43 million patent documents including 2.5 million published international patent applications (PCT). Provided by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), gives you access to millions of patent documents, namely: International Patent applications filed under the PCT (Patent Cooperation Treaty), and regional and national patent collections from participating countries and organizations.
PatentsView is a patent data visualization and analysis platform intended to increase the value, utility, and transparency of US patent data. The initiative is supported by the Office of Chief Economist in the US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) PatentsView is intended to encourage the study and understanding of the intellectual property (IP) and innovation system; to serve as a fundamental function of the government in creating "public good" platforms in these data; and to eliminate redundant cleaning, converting and matching of these data by individual researchers, thus freeing up researcher time to do what they do best--study IP, innovation, and technological change. Access patent information via API, bulk download, or data query. The data are derived from USPTO bulk data files. These data are provided for research purposes and do not constitute the official USPTO record.
The British Library holds the only complete run of the Penny Illustrated Paper, published between 1861 and 1913. It provides a valuable and entertaining source of detailed information on everyday life and historical events in Britain and across the Empire. In January 1908, the newspaper's title was changed to P.I.P. Penny Illustrated Paper. Five years later, the title was lost altogether when it became absorbed into London Life.
PFE is a scholarly reference work that provides biographical information on over 25,000 people born between 1713 (the end of Queen Anne's War) and 1815 (the end of the Napoleonic War), drawn from the digitized papers of the Founding Fathers and other documentary editions of the Founding Era. It has two components. First, it provides fully searchable biographical statements that vary greatly in scope and extent. Second, it provides identically structured data for each person allowing for group, or prosopographical, study. The editors invite users to contribute information on new people records as well as corrections and new information on people already in the system.
Complete facsimile images of over 230 manuscripts written or compiled by women living in the British Isle during the 16th and 17th centuries. Contents include account books, advice, culinary writing, meditation, travel writing, and verse. Perdita manuscripts can be indexed by name, place, genre, and first lines of both poetry and prose.
This dictionary comprises authoritative, highly accessible entries on styles, dramatists, performers, companies, and organizations related to the performing arts. These entries are supplementary to other performing arts titles in the Quick Reference collection, and are written by specialist authors. The dictionary is an ongoing project, and more entries will be added over time.
Index to journal articles in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, including some published as far back as 1770. Includes periodicals in English, German, Italian, French, Spanish, and other Western languages.
In French. Full text articles online from academic journals. Includes Cahiers d'études africaines, Annales de géographie, Revue française de science politique. From Aliacom and l'Université Lumière Lyon 2 with the French Ministère de l'éducation nationale, de l'enseignement supérieur et de la recherche.
"Website for scientific journals in social and human sciences, established by the Ministry of State Education, Higher Education and Research. Launched on the initiative of the research community, who are keen for their scientific output to have greater visibility, the PERSEE website has as its mission the digitisation and online distribution of back collections of a vast corpus of periodicals. Wider availability of this rich scientific heritage will benefit French research by making it freely and publicly accessible."
The Perseus Digital Library Project has explored what happens when libraries move online. It covers covers the history, literature and culture of the Greco-Roman world and includes primary and secondary sources .Includes a large database of images (coins, vases, sculpture), Greek and Latin texts and translations, resources for textual studies, and English word searches of the texts.
Peterson's web site provides information about colleges and universities, career schools, graduate programs, distance learning, executive training, private secondary schools, summer opportunities, study abroad, financial aid, test preparation, and career exploration and also includes full color "on-line viewbooks."
A "rich text," interactive edition of one of the icons of western literature, Petrarch's Rerum vulgarium fragmenta including six sets of distinctive textual prototypes based on Wayne Storey's edition of the work's 366 texts that comprise the author's poetry book. The resource contains TEI-encoded documents from which both diplomatic transcriptions and edited views of the text can be rendered; Web-based presentations providing both diplomatic and edited views of the text; facsimile page images for Vat. Lat. 3195; and a visual index, or map, to the Rvf as constituted in Vat. Lat. 3195.