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gray literature

n.
Written material that is not available through conventional publishing channels or is difficult to access.
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Some of these are traditional sources, but a large proportion consist of the grey literature, in addition to the background papers.
PsycEXTRA is a bibliographic database for unpublished or grey literature in psychology and the behavioral sciences.
A Portion of the Data That Underpins These Reports Are Drawn From the Grey Literature Including Available Reports Detailing on-going or Once-off Species Specific Surveys.
We also expanded the search to include the grey literature, reported outbreaks, and generated sequences.
A lack of standardization in Harris Matrix construction has also affected bioarchaeological data retrieved from the grey literature.
1) By 2016, academic and grey literature revealed 1049 citations for the term.
The database includes both peer-reviewed and grey literature, and its records contain abstracts, detailed subject and geographic indexing terms, and links to 25 000 online publications.
Key Words: Evidence-based practice, grey literature, meta-analysis, annotated review, peer review.
Peterson explores this world through dozens of archives in Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, and the United Kingdom, layering colonial and missionary materials alongside local church records, grey literature, and personal interviews.
Court has produced a "straight" institutional history of the DHfL, based largely on its own grey literature and archival sources held by the college's successor, the Deutsche Sporthochschule in Cologne.
In addition to the most respected scholarly journals and monographs (as well as various kinds of grey literature, including unpublished dissertations and theses), Gray combed through a liberal assortment of newspapers, newsletters, music trade magazines, fanzines, popular biographies, and websites.