How do I check my citation on the Web of Science?

How do I check my citation on the Web of Science?

Find the Citation Count for a Publication

  1. Access Web of Science (sign in for off-campus use, if necessary)
  2. Click on “Cited Reference Search” tab.
  3. In the “Cited Work” box, enter the journal abbreviation for a specific journal title.
  4. Click on the “Search” button.

What is the difference between Science Citation Index and Science Citation Index?

The Science Citation Index (SCI) is a citation index originally produced by the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) and created by Eugene Garfield. The larger version Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) covers more than 8,500 notable and significant journals, across 150 disciplines, from 1900 to the present.

How is a citation index calculated?

The index is based on a list of publications ranked in descending order by the number of citations these publications received. The value of h is equal to the number of papers (N) in the list that have N or more citations. Before you can calculate your h-index, you will need a complete publication list.

What is Citation Mapping?

Citation Mapping with Web of Knowledge A Citation Map is a graphical representation that shows the citation relationships (cited references and citing articles) between a paper and other papers using various visualization tools and techniques.

What is considered a highly cited paper?

Highly Cited Papers are papers published in the last 10 years that are receiving the most citations (top 1%) when compared to peer papers (same field, same publication year).

What are the 3 main citation styles?

There are (3) major citation styles used in academic writing:

  • Modern Language Association (MLA)
  • American Psychological Association (APA)
  • Chicago, which supports two styles: Notes and Bibliography. Author-Date.

How citation analysis is used as a tool for research evaluation?

Citation analysis involves the construction and application of a series of indicators of the ‘impact’, ‘influence’ or ‘quality’ of scholarly work, derived from citation data, i.e. data on references cited in footnotes or bibliographies of scholarly research publications.

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