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Web of Knowledge Tracking a good article Who else has used this paper?
Cited reference searching Unlike most other databases, the cited reference list of each article is included in all Web of Science records, and this enables a number of valuable and unique search functions associated with the linkage between citing and cited articles. Navigate backwards in time by linking directly from an article record to its cited reference list. Navigate forwards in time by identifying the articles which have cited an article since it was written. Directly search, using information about a given paper, in order to identify more recent papers that have cited it. Directly search on a particular author to identify the citation impact of all their publications.
Tracing this journal article using the: journal title an author’s surname keyword from the title of the article
First of all use this link to see if WoS indexes the journal Gait and Posture
N.B. When entering your journal title in find box just use key words. (If you enter gait and posture it does not find it but if you enter gait posture it does)
Click ‘Add’ to select a title and transfer it to the box at the bottom of the page. Then click ‘OK’ to transfer the title to the search page.
Enter keyword from title of article Enter authors name Journal title has been transferred
Brief details of the article, for full details use this link
Cited references (older refs) Times cited (newer refs)
If a reference has blue text it means that the WoS covers this journal so you can open up using this link Back But if the text of the link is in black then it cannot be opened up as the WoS does not cover this journal
This reference can be followed through in the same way