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One hundred thirty resources included in the SmartSearch MeSH-to-resource maps were tagged as SSR; the other 26 were tagged NSSR.
Clear demonstration of statistical significance was hampered by the small size of NSSR and SSR populations.
SAS 9.1 (SAS Institute, NC, USA) was used to perform various statistical analyses to determine if the change in use of SSRs was greater than that for NSSRs. The analysis showed that the frequencies were not normally distributed: some resources had large increases skewing the distribution curve.
Table 1 Percent change in resource usage between pre-SmartSearch (SS) and post-SS periods Percent change Number of NSSRs Number of SSRs [less than or equal to] -51% 1 11 -50% to -26% 7 16 -25% to -1% 9 21 0 to 24% 2 30 25% to 49% 4 14 50% to 74% 0 8 75% to 99% 0 3 100% to 124% 0 6 125% to 149% 0 3 150% to 174% 1 2 175% to 199% 0 0 200% to 224% 1 2 225% to 249% 0 3 250% to 274% 0 0 275% to 299% 0 1 300% to 324% 0 1 325% to 349% 0 1 [less than or equal to] 350% 1 8 Total number of resources 26 130 SSRs are resources recommended by SmartSearch.
Dmitri Nikulin (Philosophy, NSSR): "Studying the Laws of History or Why Tolstoy is Not Homer"
Agnes Heller (Philosophy, NSSR): "Georg Lukacs' Views on Tolstoy"
Chair/Moderator: Laura Frost (Literature Chair, Lang/Liberal Studies, NSSR)
Banu Bargu (Political Science, NSSR): "Tolstoy's The Kingdom of God is Within You and Forms of Participative Democracy"
Chair/Moderator: Jim Miller (Liberal Studies Chair, NSSR)
Alice Crary (Philosophy, NSSR): "Tolstoy and the Imagination of Life"
Chair/Moderator: Noah Isenberg (Literature and Screen Studies Chair, Eugene Lang College/ Liberal Studies, NSSR)
Dominic Pettman (Media Studies Chair, Eugene Lang/ Liberal Studies, NSSR): "Tolstoy's Bestiary: Animality and Animosity in The Kreutzer Sonata"