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Journal Citation Reports®
Journal Citation Reports is a comprehensive and unique resource that allows you to evaluate and compare journals using citation data drawn from over 10,000 of the most highly cited scholarly, peer reviewed technical journals from more than 2,500 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.
As a research tool, Journal Citation Reports can show you the:
Citation and article counts are important indicators of how frequently current researchers are using individual journals. By tabulating and aggregating citation and article counts, Journal Citation Reports offers a unique perspective for journal evaluation and comparison. It is recognized as the leading authority for evaluating journals.
Essential Science IndicatorsSM
Essential Science Indicators provides Internet access to a unique and comprehensive compilation of performance statistics and science trend data derived from data in Web of Science Core Collection. The chief indicators of productivity (overall influence) are journal article publication counts. Total citation counts and cites per paper are indicators of influence and impact (weighted influence).
Essential Science Indicators is divided into four main sections:
Citation Rankings: Using total citation counts and cites per paper, rankings are determined for the most cited authors, institutions, countries, and journals.
Most Cited Papers: This analysis provides a collection of the most highly cited and hot papers. Papers are selected based on percentile rankings in specific fields of science and time periods.
Citation Analysis: This analysis includes Baselines and Research Fronts to identify criteria for highly cited papers and to track trends in current research.
Commentary: These brief editorial discussions provide guidance on data analysis and interpretation. The information enhances the tables, charts, and other data sets presented in the previous sections.
BiologyBrowser is a free database of resources that provides helpful information and links to bibliographic information for the life sciences information community. This valuable resource enables scientists, students, and anyone searching for biologically oriented information to locate more than 25,000 Web links describing the natural world. Each reference is evaluated by Zoological Record staff. Every Web site is reviewed before it goes into the database to ensure that it is a valuable life sciences resource.
Index to Organism Names
The Index to Organism Names contains all the animal, plant, and virus names found in the following databases. It is the world’s largest online database of scientific organism names.
When you search for a name in this resource, your results include:
ResearcherID provides a solution to the author ambiguity problem within the scholarly research community. Each member is assigned a unique identifier to enable researchers to manage their publication lists, track their times cited counts and h-index, identify potential collaborators and avoid author misidentification. In addition, your ResearcherID information integrates with the Web of Science and is ORCID compliant, allowing you to claim and showcase your publications from a single one account. Search the registry to find collaborators, review publication lists and explore how research is used around the world!
Weekly tracking of hot or emerging papers and research fronts in this free Web resource for science metrics and analysis. Includes interviews, first-person essays, podcasts, and profiles from scientists, journals, institutions, and nations, selected using Essential Science IndicatorsSM.
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