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1 Web of Knowledge UPDATE – February 2012 SCIENTIFIC PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT JOHN A. ADAMS February, 2012

2 AGENDA Web of Knowledge 2011 Web of Knowledge releases Web of Knowledge V5.2 Web of Knowledge V5.3 Web of Knowledge V5.4 Book Citation Index Recent release - Web of Knowledge V5.5 Future release - Web of Knowledge V5.6 (Q1, 2012) Web Services ResearcherID EndNote and EndNote Web InCites Researcher in View

3 Web of Knowledge V5

4 Web of Knowledge – Releases 2011 Web of Knowledge V5.2 (March 27, 2011) Provided as a secondary environment so users can test the new system Included all WoK products (except for the WoS Chemistry Indexes) Web of Knowledge V5.3 (July 17, 2011) Primary environment “Roaming” access Web of Knowledge V5.4 (October 9, 2011) Added the Book Citation Index (BKCI)

5 Book Citation Index (BKCI) Adding Book Citation Index to Web of Science shows how books and book chapters are integrated with journals as part of scholarly communication networks

6 Book Citation Index (BKCI) Two new editions in Web of Science –Book Citation Index– Science (BKCI-S) –Book Citation Index– Social Sciences & Humanities (BKCI-SSH) Selecting scholarly books from 2005 to present Series or Standalone publications Unique books – 30,085 Unique chapters – 385,822 Unique References – 15,728,276 Current plan is to add 10K books in 2012 –Separate but linked records for Books and Book Chapters –Book and Book Chapter records will have Times Cited counts –WoS times cited counts reflect BKCI citations

7 Web of Knowledge V5.5 (December 18, 2011) Primary objective was to migrate the WoS Chemistry editions to the new WoK Platform and provide updated structural search tool - the Accelrys JDraw java applet Index Chemicus (IC) Current Chemical Reactions (CCR)

8 Index Chemicus (IC) Covers new compounds from the top organic chemistry journals Approximately 125 journal titles which are scrutinized cover-to-cover for author reports of newly prepared, characterized or isolated organic substances Currently the database contains over 3.7 million compounds (1993-Present) approximately 440,000 having reported biological activity (over 745,000 biological activity entries as individual compounds may have more than one assigned activity). Adds over 180,000 new compounds annually

9 Current Chemical Reactions (CCR) New or improved chemical reactions and synthetic methods 130 core journal titles examined in depth plus an additional 200 titles reviewed for supplemental coverage Pharmaceutical, chemical and agrochemical patents are also reviewed to identify records which include synthetic methods Over 1 million reactions of which approximately 65,000 cover a method for preparation of a product with identified biological activity Adds nearly 45,000 novel and improved reactions annually

10 WoS Chemistry Editions Advantages of JDraw Compatible with Windows and Mac Compatible with Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari No Plug-in required Copy and paste of from other chemical drawing packages such as ISIS/Draw or ChemDraw Search with built-in Accelrys JDraw applet Redesigned search page for easier numerical data searching

11 WoS Chemistry Editions Reaction Summary Reaction / Compound Details Records Compound Summary Full Bibliographic Record with reactions and compounds

12 Web of Knowledge V5.5 - Enhancements Searching Enhancements –Search the ISSN and ISBN values in product Advanced Search –Search WoK Subject Areas by using the Advanced Search field tag “SU=” –Search WoS for WoS Categories using the Advanced Search field tag “WC=” (Undocumented).

13 Web of Knowledge V5.5 - Enhancements Searching Enhancements (continued) –Author Finder improved to allow multiple initials to be queried and specify exact matches. –Each product can now be searched using its own unique ID value through the Advanced and General search (e.g., WoS – Accession Number).

14 Display Enhancements –Display and output the product’s unique record ID value –Search Aids, Refine, and Analyze will only present names in standard TR form (Last name, Initials) but users can still search full name. Web of Knowledge V5.5 - Enhancements

15 Display Enhancements (continued) –Added text on Cited Reference Search “Step 2” (index lookup) to indicate where record view is Web of Knowledge V5.5 - Enhancements

16 Link Enhancements –Support image-based linking (Smart OpenURL) option for Ex Libris (SFX) and OCLC (WorldCat Links Manager) –Link to the CABI eBook collections –CAB eBooks Current file 2008-current –CAB eBooks Archive –CAB eBooks Archive file –CAB eBooks Agriculture file –CAB eBooks Animal & Veterinary file –CAB eBooks Environment file –CAB eBooks Human, Food, Nutrition file –CABeBooks Leisure and Tourism –CABeBooks Plant Sciences –Provide free links to the JSTOR Early Journal Content Collection In early September 2011, JSTOR enabled free access to the EJC Collection, comprised of over 500,000 articles from 200 journals published prior to 1923 in the United States (and prior to 1870 elsewhere). There is a coverage overlap (journals) between Web of Science and the EJC of 141 titles; please see the worksheet ‘Early Collection + WoS’ in the Excel file early_collection_wos.xlsx for more details). The addition of links to the EJC content will expand the full text linking capabilities of the Web of Science and enhance the value of the older records contained within the Century of Science/Century of Social Science. Relevant URLs: JSTOR announcement: jstor/individuals/early-journal-content jstor/individuals/early-journal-content EJC title list: ejc_title_ pdf ejc_title_ pdf Note: This will be made part of the ‘freelinks’ collection that is available to all customers. This collection consists of Open Access journals that have no embargo period for free access, about 1,000 titles. When a new customer is setup by the Web Entitlements group, they automatically give the customer ‘freelinks’ and ‘doisource_int’ which a link’s button on all journals. The only time we remove ‘freelinks’ is when we add an OpenURL since the OpenURL will cover all of the available freelinks and by keeping this active, will show a second button on many articles. –L Feature 17:Provide links to the eight CABI eBook collections from CABI on WoK for mutual subscribers. Web of Knowledge V5.5 - Enhancements

17 Link Enhancements (continued) –Links to JSTOR Early Journal Content Collection September 2011, JSTOR enabled free access to the EJC Collection, comprised of over 500,000 articles from 200 journals published prior to 1923 in the United States (and prior to 1870 elsewhere). EJC title list: 141 titles are within the Web of Science Part of the Web of Knowledge ‘freelinks’ collection that is available to all customers. This collection consists of Open Access journals that have no embargo period for free access, about 1,000 titles. Web of Knowledge V5.5 - Enhancements

18 Citation Enhancements –Citation Report now display the values of “Citing Articles” and “Citing Articles without Self-citations” WoK 5.4WoK 5.5 Reporting Enhancements –Capture events for outbound linking by OpenURL to full text to support reporting of links to full text by OpenURL in WURS. NOTE: New reports in WURS will be available in WoK 5.6 time period

19 Mobile Redirect –Mobile version of the Web of Knowledge now with automatic redirect! –If user is accessing with a mobile device the system will automatically redirect them to: m.webofknowledge.com –Mobile usage aggregated into standard WoK usage reports –Separate report available for “Roaming Access” (may or may not be from a mobile device) Web of Knowledge V5.5 - Enhancements

20 Web of Knowledge – the Future Web of Knowledge V5.6 - April 2012 –Load the INPI data into the Current Chemical Reactions –Annual reload of Medline –Support of Left Hand Truncation –Update Lemmatization & US/UK Dictionaries –Improve security by restricting roaming access with ID/PW to a single logon at a given time –Links Holding System will support imports of holdings in KBART (Knowledge Bases And Related Tools) format, a UKSG and NISO joint initiative –This will make transferring holdings details more convenient, complete and accurate.

21 Upcoming - Web of Knowledge V5.6 Changes to Cited Reference Search –Introduction of a Cited Title search –Re-design of Step 2 page –Cited Index –Display all authors

22 Upcoming - Web of Knowledge V5.6 Export “source” items from the Cited Reference List Non-source items not exported

23 Upcoming - Web of Knowledge V5.6 Export “source” items from the Cited Reference List Non-source items not exported Source item can be exported Entitled Collection Source item can be exported

24 Web Services for WoK 5 Web Services 3.0 We are developing Web Services offering for the Web of Knowledge 5 data

25 ResearcherID 25

26 ResearcherID Growth (February 15, 2012) 26

27 Top 20 Countries in ResearcherID (February 15, 2012) 27

28 Top 20 Institutions in ResearcherID (February 15, 2012) 28

29 ResearcherID Administrative Tools Administrator-focused tools within ResearcherID to managing and promoting the research output at your institution Streamlined bulk creation with data uploads in Excel or XML format through ReseacherID.com Maintain accurate profiles on behalf of researchers (act as the researcher’s proxy) Reporting capabilities to manage researchers registration status and last account login Access to the ResearcherID Upload Web Service

30 Accessing the ResearcherID Administrative Tools 1.Request administrator access to ResearcherID through the following form: 2.Receive confirmation from Thomson Reuters Web Entitlements 3.Log into ResearcherID using your account credentials (ResearcherID/password or /password).

31 ResearcherID Administrative Tools Create Accounts and Add Publications Create Research Accounts/Add Publications

32 ResearcherID Administrative Tools Edit Researcher Profiles Accounts that have been created by the administrator and/or those where they have been granted proxy access appear in this table. Clicking on a researcher’s name opens their profile in an editable state.

33 EndNote and EndNote Web 33

34 EndNote / EndNote Web File Attachment Support in EndNote Web Add and transfer file attachments to references in your EndNote Web account for greater mobility. Upgrade or create your web account with your X5 license to receive this expanded feature. Embedded PDF Viewer View and annotate PDF files in the EndNote library new “PDF & Quick Edit” tab Find Reference Updates EndNote searches sources to retrieve additional online data such as the PMCID required for NIH grants. New Author (Year) Select a new citation format – Author (Year) – within the Find & Insert Citations dialog in Cite While You Write.

35 EndNote / EndNote Web – 2011 (cont) Bibliography Field Substitutions Save time with new conditional formatting – substitute empty fields with alternates such as “Volume and Pages” with “DOI.” Support includes DOI, PMCID, and Editor/Translator conditions. Reference Manager Compatibility (X5.0.1 Windows Only) - Ability to convert Reference Manager databases and formatted Word documents Add up to 5K Groups Configure up to 5,000 groups and group sets (previous limit was 500) Mobile optimizations for EndNote Web

36 InCites

37 InCites: New Analytic Perspectives Rank and compare countries and institutions Drill down to a specific research discipline Data aggregated to the national and institutional level Global Comparisons Custom-built set of articles based on your needs Analyze a researcher’s performance, or a research group Detailed citation metrics on every paper in your dataset Research Performance Profiles A normalized set of data points on nearly 500 global research institutions Quantitative and qualitative data on research staff and funding, and indicators of performance and reputation Easy to use visualizations and reports for comparison and trending analysis Institutional Profiles

38 InCites – IP Authentication & Roaming 38 More ways to access InCites: User Name & Password & IP Authentication Provide campus-wide access to InCites with IP authentication. Roaming access enables users remote access

39 InCites – Author Profile with Link to ResearcherID and Collaboration details 39 Link from Author profile to ResearcherID Collaboration information for an author (author, institution, and country)

40 InCites – World Aggregation 40 For any subject area, show publication and citation metrics for all Global Comparisons institutions.

41 InCites – Display author full name from Web of Science records 41 For publications from 2006 InCites displays full author names as present in WoS.

42 InCites – institutional affiliation from Web of Science records 42 For publications from 2008 InCites displays institutional affiliations of authors

43 InCites – Show collaboration by country and institution 43 Report on institutional collaborations with, or excluding specific countries

44 InCites – Forum 44 Forum now available for discussion among customers and internal staff

45 RESEARCH IN VIEW An enterprise-wide solution for collecting, connecting, and managing scholarly activity information… across your entire institution 45

46 RESEARCH IN VIEW PROVIDES Faculty Tools include an interactive CV with recommendation engine for journal articles, conference papers & proceedings, patents, and grants. Administrative Reporting Tools provide an overview of scholarly activities across the institution, and at the group and individual level. Internal and Public Search allows public visitors to search for faculty by name, keyword, discipline, or university group.

47 Faculty profile data sources Integration with your current systems Thomson Reuters data sources minimize manual input from faculty

48 Full and extensible activity types to reflect all departments across campus Biographical Information Positions Degrees Certifications Bar Admissions Licenses Clinical Interests Languages Preferred Personal Information Media Contact Subjects Biographical Narrative Focus of Work Biographical Information Positions Degrees Certifications Bar Admissions Licenses Clinical Interests Languages Preferred Personal Information Media Contact Subjects Biographical Narrative Focus of Work Teaching Undergrad / Grad / Professional Courses Taught CE / Extension Courses Taught Advising and Mentoring Awards for Teaching Undergrad/Grad Courses Taught Continuing Ed/Extension Courses Taught Student Advising Postdoctoral Advising Approach & Goals to Teaching Evaluation of Teaching Teaching Undergrad / Grad / Professional Courses Taught CE / Extension Courses Taught Advising and Mentoring Awards for Teaching Undergrad/Grad Courses Taught Continuing Ed/Extension Courses Taught Student Advising Postdoctoral Advising Approach & Goals to Teaching Evaluation of Teaching Funding Funded Grants/Contracts Pending Grants/Contracts Training Grants Clinical Trials Support Scholarly Awards Research Funding Funding Funded Grants/Contracts Pending Grants/Contracts Training Grants Clinical Trials Support Scholarly Awards Research Funding Published Works Books & Monographs Edited Books Book Chapters Journal Articles Conference Papers & Proceedings Technical Reports Reference Works/Entries Legal Proceedings General Press Pre-publication Items Internet Communications Scholarly Presentations Data Sets Published Works Quality Indicators Published Works Books & Monographs Edited Books Book Chapters Journal Articles Conference Papers & Proceedings Technical Reports Reference Works/Entries Legal Proceedings General Press Pre-publication Items Internet Communications Scholarly Presentations Data Sets Published Works Quality Indicators Creative Works Artwork Musical Works & Performances Audiovisual Works Software & Online Multimedia Equations and Figures Inventions and Patents Other Creative Works Creative Works Artwork Musical Works & Performances Audiovisual Works Software & Online Multimedia Equations and Figures Inventions and Patents Other Creative Works Creative Works Service Editorships Professional Societies Consultant Services Clinical Services Clinical Trials University Committees Advising Student Groups Strategic Initiatives Awards for Service Student Life Activities Service Activities Service Editorships Professional Societies Consultant Services Clinical Services Clinical Trials University Committees Advising Student Groups Strategic Initiatives Awards for Service Student Life Activities Service Activities Civic Engagement & Partnerships Outreach Initiatives Community Partners University Partners Civic Engagement Partnerships & Collaborations Civic Engagement & Partnerships Outreach Initiatives Community Partners University Partners Civic Engagement Partnerships & Collaborations Facilities & Instrumentation Agricultural Extension

49 We will alert the user of new items to consider for their profile. Example of faculty profile Users decide which activities cannot be viewed by the public. Publication records are linked to more information, e.g. Web of Science. Profile data imported/linked to ResearcherID and EndNote.

50 Detailed views of all activities E.g. Funded Grants:  How has funding for this department changed over time?  Where is the funding coming from?  Are collaborators involved?

51 Example of Administrative Console Administrative Console to allow institution manage groups and users; perform customization of site footer/header and any text strings; obtain web services information for data integration and summary of the import/export status.

52 THANK YOU Web of Knowledge environment WebofKnowledge.com For information about Web of Knowledge now WoKInfo.com Real Facts, Real Numbers, Real Knowledge WoKInfo.com/realfacts/ ResearcherID Article Match Retrieval and Services WoKInfo.com/realvalue/


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