Because relevant statistical material is often scattered in other sources, the best searches combine a variety of approaches to find material in publications and electronic files on the web.
To achieve full penetration, searchers need to extend their efforts beyond prepared material.
Resources accessible through the web allow health statistics users to mine statistical results dynamically and iteratively engage the material to achieve the best match between existing data and their requirements.
Health statistics are found in many settings, authored by different research organizations and the product of diverse goals.
Finding the information you want or the data you need frequently requires an integrated approach that taps many sources.
Searches are often iterative:
One set of results or findings defines the next search that in turn sets up the subsequent searches.
This activity is never really “done” but hopefully, users reach a point where the amount of information satisfies their needs.