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Table of Contents

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Search Options

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Search Fields

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Search Aids

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Search Limits

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Search Rules

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Search Results

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Registration / Settings

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Research Tool

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Marked List

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Search Language

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Research Domains

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Scope Notes

View a list of Web of Science Category terms along with complete descriptions of each category.

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What's New?

Read about our new features in the current Web of Knowledge release.

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About Thomson Reuters Web of Knowledge

Thomson Reuters Web of Knowledge is today's premier research platform, helping you quickly find, analyze, and share information in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. You get integrated access to high quality literature through a unified platform that links a wide variety of content and search terms together, creating one common vocabulary and one seamless search from diverse product databases such as:

  • Web of Science
  • BIOSIS Citation Index
  • Chinese Science Citation Database

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Looking for ...
  • Analyze Results
  • Citation Map
  • Citation Report and h-index
  • Cited Reference Searching
  • Distinct Author Record Sets
  • Refine Results
  • Search within Results

See ... Web of Knowledge Research Tools

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Support

This Support link will take you to our Support page where you can open a ticket for customer, product, and technical support.

For more information, go to our Support page in Help.

To request changes to a product's database, go to our Data Change Request page, and:

  1. Enter your contact information.
  2. Enter details of the required data change.
  3. Click the Submit Request button.

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Downloading the Help File

You can save the entire Help file to the hard drive on your machine and open it at anytime. The file will contain all the Help topics created for the product that you are using.

  1. Open Internet Explorer.

  2. Go to the Search page of any Web of Knowledge product (for example, Web of Science).

  3. In the right-hand column, under Training and Support, click the "More questions? Consult the Help files" link to open the Help file to the Table of Contents page.

  4. From the File menu, select the Save As option.

  5. Save the Help file to a folder on you hard drive.

  6. Double-click to open the Help file.