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The issuing to identified users of selected, edited, textual and illustrative material taken from an electronic database. The data may be communicated on-line to the customer's computer, or transferred to a portable medium such as magnetic tape or disk or CD-ROM disk. The term is used generally to cover all publishing except print on paper (though some electronic journals are issued also in conventional printed form).

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