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    Citation analysis

    In order find references to your works (citations), you can use one of the following services:

    Web of Science®

    Web of Science® is a widely known citation tracking service as part of the Web of Knowledge platform by Thomson Reuters.

    Web of Science® provides researchers, teachers, students and administrative members fast and dynamic access to leading databases reporting the world. It is a reliable interdisciplinary information source that covers over 12,000 of the highest impact journals worldwide, including Open Access journals as well, and over 150,000 conference proceedings. Web of Science® divided into 3 databases covering more than 250 disciplines:

    • Science Citation Index Expanded®: Over 8,500 major journals across 150 disciplines — 1900 to present.
    • Social Sciences Citation Index®: Over 3,000 journals across 55 social science disciplines, as well as selected items from 3,500 of the world’s leading scientific and technical journals — 1900 to present.
    • Arts & Humanities Citation Index: Fully indexes over 1,700 arts and humanities journals, as well as selected items over 250 scientific and social sciences journals— 1975 to present.

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    Scopus

    Scopus is Elsevier’s prime bibliographic database, provided through the platform SciVerse. Scopus is considered the world’s largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature with smart tools that track, analyze and visualize research. Includes over 20,500 titles from 5,000 publishers worldwide, 49 million records (78% with abstracts), more than 5.3 million documents conferences, and 100% coverage of Medline.

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    Google Scholar

    Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites. Google Scholar helps you find relevant work across the world of scholarly research. Google Scholar helps you search the academic literature from a single point, to explore similar projects, to trace references, authors, and publications through your library or on the web, as well as to check who refers to your publications, create a public profile author, etc.

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    Academic Search

    Microsoft Academic Search is a free service developed by Microsoft Research to help scholars, scientists, students, and practitioners quickly and easily find academic content, researchers, institutions, and activities. Microsoft Academic Search indexes not only millions of academic papers, it also surfaces key relationships between and among subjects, content, and authors in a manner that highlights the critical links that help define scientific research. Microsoft Academic Search makes it easy for you to direct your search experience in interesting and heretofore hidden directions with its suite of unique features and visualizations.

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    Impact Factors

    Journal Citation Reports® is a comprehensive and unique resource that allows you to evaluate and compare journals using citation data drawn from over 11,000 scholarly and technical journals from more than 3,300 publishers in over 80 countries. It is the only source of citation data on journals, and includes virtually all areas of science, technology, and social sciences. Journal Citation Reports can show you the Most frequently cited journals in a field, the highest impact journals in a field and the largest journals in a field.

    JCR is published annually in two versions:

    • JCR Science Edition, with data from approximately 5,900 journals in the natural and applied sciences, technology and health sciences.
    • JCR Social Sciences Edition, with data from about 1,700 journals in the social, humanitarian and economic sciences.

    LIC provides access to both versions of JCR for the years 2003 to the present.

    Search Journal Citation Reports (follow the option Additional Resources)

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