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T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Data Integration to Support the Research Cycle Foundational Resources from Thomson Scientific ULAKBIM Meeting Thomson Reuters May 15-16, 2008 Director, Customer Education & Sales Support Jeff.firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 2 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C A history of cooperation with the research community Thomson Scientific has a valuable partnership with the Turkish research community... providing the world’s most used information resources Our partnership over the past three years continues to grow Over 120 universities and 50 Hospitals access ISI Web of Knowledge
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 3 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C The ISI Web of Knowledge is anchored by Thomson Scientific premium core content, complemented by carefully selected partner content, and supported by powerful tools Thomson Scientific Premium Content Bibliographic Resources: Journal Literature: Web of Science (SCI, SSCI, AHCI) Current Contents Connect BIOSIS Previews Biological Abstracts Zoological Record Patents: Derwent Innovations Index Conferences/Proceedings: ISI Proceedings Bibliographic Resources: Journal Literature: Web of Science (SCI, SSCI, AHCI) Current Contents Connect BIOSIS Previews Biological Abstracts Zoological Record Patents: Derwent Innovations Index Conferences/Proceedings: ISI Proceedings Bibliographic Tools EndNote Reference Manager ProCite RefViz Bibliographic Tools EndNote Reference Manager ProCite RefViz Analytic Resources Journal Citation Reports Essential Science Indicators Custom Research Services Analytic Resources Journal Citation Reports Essential Science Indicators Custom Research Services Selected Partner Content: INSPEC CAB Abstracts Food Science & Technology Abstracts MEDLINE Selected Partner Content: INSPEC CAB Abstracts Food Science & Technology Abstracts MEDLINE
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 4 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C ISI Web of Knowledge serves: 20 million individual users 150,000 users every day ISI Web of Knowledge content includes: 22,000+ journals 32 million international patent docs 60,000 conference proceedings Thousands of books and technical reports 4 million chemical reaction and compound structures (Index Chemicus & Current Chemical Reactions) Serving a World of Research
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 5 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Serving a World of Research ISI Web of Knowledge resources include: Web of Science BIOSIS Previews Biological Abstracts Zoological Record Derwent Innovations Index ISI Proceedings INSPEC ISI Web of Knowledge serves: 20 million individual users 150,000 users every day CAB Abstracts MEDLINE Journal Citation Reports Essential Science Indicators Journal Use Reports Very diverse options for building “your ISI Web of Knowledge”. Customize a selection of resources to meet your objectives.
Carefully chosen resources – authoritative data produced by well- respected organizations Focus on Quality, not the Quantity of databases Complimentary to the platform foundation (Web of Science) Focused coverage, adding depth within key disciplines Diversity of sources within these disciplines (journals, proceedings, patents, tech reports, dissertations, etc.) Detailed Indexing Schemes, providing powerful retrieval options through Web of Knowledge “Search Aids” format. Addition of ISI Web of Knowledge key platform features to create truly unique versions of these resources ISI Web of Knowledge Specialized Content
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 7 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C CAB ABSTRACTS Disciplines –Coverage of the Applied life sciences, including agriculture, forestry, human nutrition, veterinary medicine and the environment Coverage –1973 -- present; over 220,000 records added annually –4.6 million records currently –95% of records include an English language abstract –9,000 serials; 3,500 books & conference proceedings –Literature sources from 140 countries, 50 languages
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 8 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C CAB Abstract Archive origins Original abstract journals 1910 – 1972 Equivalent to 600 print volumes Over 1.8 million records Review of Agricultural Entymology since 1913 Plant Breeding Abstracts since 1930 Veterinary Bulletin since 1931 Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews since 1931 Helminthological Abstracts since 1932
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 9 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C CAB Abstracts Archive Coverage Biodiversity Pest control Environmental pollution Veterinary diseases Nutrition and food production Managing natural resources Plant and animal breeding A unique electronic map to the scientific heritage of the last 100 years
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 10 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C The value of history, an example Historical data about avian flu informs us of the behaviour of an avian influenza virus (which Spanish flu was) in human populations. Specifically it gives us info about the pandemic on the following: 1Transmission 2Duration of infection 3Sources of infection 4Symptoms 5Causes of mortality – the secondary problems esp. pneumonia killed more than the primary viral infection Mortality and infection rates 6Duration of the pandemic 7Racial/ethnic differences in infection/mortality rates 8Sociological barriers to treatments
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 11 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Two examples of why the database records are valuable Avian flu - Because we are worried what this will do to humans. Cattle diseases - because we are worried what this will do to humans too (but it is not in the news everyday) How do we ensure we are picking up all the research?
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 12 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Can you be sure you are not repeating research? Have you checked CAB Abstracts back to 1910 for non-journal research and grey literature foreign language records from Europe, Africa and North & South America and the rest of the world? Where else could you get these records in one place?
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 13 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C 1948, Danish Language, English abstract, about Avian flu, in Poland
“Then” Now -- The new ISI Web of Knowledge interface presents a clear consistent view across all databases. Search is clean, simple, yet flexible. All “Topic” search terms are mapped to CABI’s specialized indexing: English Title Foreign Title Abstract Descriptors Broad Descriptors Organism Descriptors Geographic Location Identifiers CABICODE Names So even novice users can take advantage of CAB Abstracts ‘ indexing strengths.
Controlled-index lists, thesauri, dictionaries, etc. are presented in a user-friendly “search aids” format – searchable and hierarchical – that helps one to build a query.
CAB Abstracts’ vast coverage of all agriculture-related areas of research allows one to create a thorough overview of the “biofuels landscape” within any particular area of interest. ISI Web of Knowledge multiple “Refine” options provide the ability to distill broad searches into more focused results.
Typically though, the search is somewhat more focused from the start. In this case, we begin exploring aspects of cellulosic ethanol, a very “hot topic” these days within the realm of biofuels and bioenergy. ISI Web of Knowledge “Analyze Results” features enable one to gain insight into a body of research.
For CAB Abstracts, Results Analyses are possible for -- AuthorCABICODES DescriptorDoc Type LanguagePubl Year Source TitleSubj Area Identify the the varied sources of this information, specific publications of note, and even subject areas to which published research may apply.
Our chosen course here will be to identify the 50 most prolific authors in this realm, potential experts, and begin to build our knowledge base from this perspective.
As search results are scanned, multiple options for saving and output of records are presented. EndNote Web – is provided with a subscription to any ISI Web of Knowledge platform database and plays a key role in archiving and organizing information, and much more. Available “Sort” Options
The Strength of the ISI Web of Knowledge platform. As records of particular interest are identified, the Full Record display expands search pathways in unique and powerful directions. CAB Abstracts as it exists in no other form, unavailable elsewhere – integrated with Web of Science citation information.
The Strength of the ISI Web of Knowledge platform. As records of particular interest are identified, the Full Record display expands search pathways in unique and powerful directions. Related Records is a fantastic method for gathering additional articles of relevance. Web of Science presents the number of references shared by related papers – a proven method for gauging relevance.
The Strength of the ISI Web of Knowledge platform. As records of particular interest are identified, the Full Record display expands search pathways in unique and powerful directions. To be Alerted to future published works citing this particular paper, create an e-mail and/or RSS Citation Alert. This literally takes seconds. Leverage the power of the combination of CAB Abstracts and Web of Science.
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 24 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Patent Literature in Academia
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 25 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C In recent years, governments and academic institutions worldwide have strongly encouraged those within academic and “traditional” research environments to look toward potential technology transfer, patenting the results of research. We know that today, an ever expanding number of researchers within academia are in fact involved in efforts to patent their work. This group requires access to patent literature for: - The sheer value of the scientific content it holds - An absolutely necessary awareness of “prior art” Patents: Importance as Intellectual Property
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 26 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Patents: Importance as a Scientific Resource Patent literature is the largest single body of technical information available anywhere. There are over 30 million existing published patents in the world today, and each year an average of one million new patents are filed. A patent gives full disclosure of all details of an invention: descriptions, drawings, diagrams, chemical structures, genetic sequences, etc. A patent is often the first place scientific and technical information is reported – key Current Awareness Value A great volume of the information reported in patents is unavailable elsewhere. Information within the patent literature should not be overlooked in the course of the research process.
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 27 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Derwent Value-Added data greatly improves the ability to retrieve and understand relevant patent information. Derwent full value-added records for all patents from the key major patenting authorities are added to DWPI, the key source of Derwent Innovations Index data, within 30 days of the date the patent is published. This value-added information is unavailable within free patent resources. Derwent Innovations Index SM : The Key – Derwent Value-Added Information. Patent Family Records – Grouping of related patents into a family record to illustrate the global coverage of the invention. Patent Assignee Codes – assigned to about 21,000 organizations worldwide, unifying parent companies and subsidiaries. Key Drawings and Images selected and included Derwent Classification and Manual Codes – providing uniform, accurate indexing; enabling precise retrieval for those with more expertise in patent literature.
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 28 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Web of Science results for Light Emitting Organic Thin Films There are very few corporations publishing the results of their thin films research in journals
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 29 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Patent Results for Light Emitting Organic Thin Films However, there have been many patents published in this area since 2001
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 30 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Derwent Innovations Index Search
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 31 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Concise Summary Results
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 32 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Comprehensive Full Record
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 33 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Links into Web of Science
T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Proceedings literature is an essential component of international scholarly communication. New theories, solutions, and indications of emerging and developing concepts are typically presented first within papers delivered at scientific and scholarly meetings and conferences.
T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C ISI Proceedings Two editions, both covering 1990 - present – Science & Technology – Social Sciences & Humanities Weekly updates “one-off” proceedings in book or book series form, monographic sources, account for approximately 70% of content. Journal sources account for the remaining approximate 30% of content. – This material, journal-based proceedings literature, is also indexed in the Web of Science. Full-record to full-record links as well as additional citation navigation links exist for these articles between the two databases. Important technology content from IEEE, SPIE, MRS, and many more key sources. Great breadth of coverage – from Sociology, Psychology, and Public Health to Literature, Art, and History.
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 36 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C ISI Proceedings – the same intuitive search
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 37 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Concise Summary Results
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 38 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Comprehensive Full Record Results
Copyright 2007 Thomson Corporation 39 T H O M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Thank you! ULAKBIM Meeting 2008 Jeff Clovis Thomson Scientific email@example.com