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1 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 “Search of scientific and technical information” Carmen López-Illescas. SCImago group Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Spain

2 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Web of Science – JCR Web of Science – JCR Scopus – SJR Scopus – SJR Google Scholar – Publish or Perish Google Scholar – Publish or Perish Outline

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4 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Web of Science Journal Citation Reports (1997- Today) Biosis Citation Index Essential Science Indicators (1999-Today) Derwent Innovations Index ( ) ISI HighlyCited.com Zoological Record ISI Web of Knowledge.

5 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXPANDED) — 1990-Today Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI) — 1956-Today Arts & Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI) — 1975-Today Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Science (CPCI-S)— Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Social Science & Humanities (CPCI-SSH) — Web of Science

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14 What is IMPACT FACTOR? The journal IF is a measure of the frequency with which the “average article” in a journal has been cited in a particular year

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17 Journal performance metrics Delivers quantifiable statistical information based on citation data Helps determine a publication’s impact and influence in the global research community Includes journal and category data

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24 SCOPUS The world’s largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and quality web sources 41 million records, 70% with abstracts Nearly 18,000 titles from 5,000 publishers worldwide 70% of content from international sources Over 3 million conference papers 100% Medline coverage Tools to track, analyze and visualize research

25 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 SCOPUS Using Scopus as a researcher you can: Find out who is citing you, and how many citations an article or an author has received Analyze citations for a particular journal issue, volume or year Use this information to complete grant or other applications quickly and easily

26 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 SCOPUS Use the refine results overview to quickly see the main journals, disciplines and authors that publish in your area of interest Uncover important and relevant articles that you may otherwise miss Check out the work and citations of other authors Click on the ‘cited by’ and ‘reference’ links to track research trends and make connections. You can do this within or across disciplines you are interested in

27 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 SCOPUS Perform a search Basic search: Begin your search directly Advanced search: Enter a command line search Quick search: Runs a search on title, abstract, author keyword, index keywords and author fields Author search: Enter an author name

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32 SCOPUS View your results Refine results gives you a quick overview of all of your results according to source title, author name, year, document type and subject area Sort results according to date, relevance, authors, source title and number of citations (cited-by’s) Search within results

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35 SCOPUS Link to full text Links are displayed directly from the results list This makes use of the library’s full text entitlements, to ensure a full text link is shown only when you have rights to the full text If the entitled full text article is not available, a standard OpenURL link can display alternative services, such as document delivery or the OPAC / library catalog

36 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 SCOPUS Browse citations and references Browse the cited references of articles published from 1996 onwards and make connections across subject areas View all the citations that your articles has received from other articles covered by Scopus Set up a document citation alert to receive notice of new citing articles View articles that share references by using ‘Related Documents’

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39 SCOPUS Export your results Export your results to reference management software such as RefWorks. RefWorks 'Bibliography' function under the "Output" button that exports a list of chosen articles to Word, in any of ten of the most commonly preferred formats

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42 SCOPUS Set up alerts Search alerts send new results from a previous search Document citation alerts Author citation alerts Refer to your search history

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44 What is it? What does it cover? Features and Functionalities

45 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Developed by SCImago Based on Scopus data

46 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 What is it? The SCImago Journal & Country Rank (SJR) is a portal which includes journals and country scientific indicators Takes its name from the new, weighted indicator SCImago Journal Rank - Google PageRank

47 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Presents, publicly available, journal impact measures for all Scopus journals (1996 to 2008) It is partly the Scopus analogue of the WoS’ JCR, but it contains also data per country The SJR is a flexible database that allows different kinds of analysis

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49 What does it cover? Journal Performance metrics Citation data from near 19,000 and 5,000 publishers Country Performance metrics Documents from 234 countries

50 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Journal Performance metrics Ranking Parameters Subject Area: All or one of the 28 thematic areas Subject Category: All or one of the 320 subject categories Country: All or one of the 234 countries

51 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Year: Publication year of Scopus journals Set a threshold: ‘citable documents' or 'total cites' Searched by: Journal Title ISSN Publisher

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53 SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) H-Index Total Documents 2008 Total Documents (3 years) Citable Documents Total Cites (3 years) Self-Cites Cites per Document (2, 3 and 4 years) Total References References per Document Non-citable documents Cited Documents Uncited Documents % International Collaboration Journal Indicators

54 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) Indicator

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56 Ranking Parameters Subject Area: All or one of the 27 thematic areas Subject Category: All or one of the 320 subject categories Region: All or one of the 10 geographic regions Year: Publication year of Scopus documents Threshold for: documents, citable documents or cites Country Performance metrics

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58 Rank Documents Citable Documents Total Cites Self-Cites Cites per Doc Self-cites per Doc Non-citable Documents Cited Documents Uncited Documents H-index % International Collaboration % Region % World Country indicators

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60 Ranking Journals can be ranked by: SJR, H-Index, Total Documents, Total Cites, Citable Documents and Cites per Document Countries can be ranked by: Documents, Citable documents, Cites, Self- Cites, Cites per document and H-Index Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011

61 Analizing SJR presents quantifiable statistical data that allows you: To assess and analyze, journals, countries and scientific domains Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011

62 Compare Countries and Journals Enables you to compare countries with regions, or countries and regions among themselves, and to compare up to four journals at a time Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011

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64 Indicators: Documents Citable Documents Cites Self-Cites Cites per Document Cites-Self Cites per Document Cited Document Rate Countries By thematic area or category You may choose up to 4 countries ( ) Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011

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66 Journals You can choose up to 4 items ( ) Indicators: SJR Total Document Total Docs in 3 years Total Cites in 3 year Self-Cites in 3 year Citable Document in 3 year Cites per Document in 2, 3 or 4 year Total References References per Document Cited Document Rate Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011

67 Map Generator This tool enables you to build real time maps according to your preferences Co-citation networks or Bubble charts maps Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011

68 Co-citation networks map Subject Areas map Subject Categories map The labels’ size shows the amount of scholarly literature of the area or category in the period Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011

69 Bubble charts map Subject Areas map Subject Categories map Charts with three variables: X axis, Y axis, the size of bubbles ® Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011

70 Embedding Enables you to embed a selected journal image into your website or blog. Indicators: SJR value of previous year Cites per Doc. (two-year period) Total cites (three-year period) Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011

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73 Google Scholar search for “scientometrics” Google search for “scientometrics”

74 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Overview What is it? Features of Google Scholar What does it index? How are documents ranked? Search strategies Citation Export Alerts

75 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 What is Google Scholar? Provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts Court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites

76 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Features of Google Scholar Search diverse sources from one convenient place Find articles, theses, books, abstracts or court opinions Locate the complete document through your library or on the web Learn about key scholarly literature in any area of research

77 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 What does it index? Academic books Journal and conference papers Theses Preprints Abstracts Technical reports Court opinion Patents

78 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 How are documents ranked? Google Scholar aims to rank documents the way researchers do: weighing the full text of each document where it was published who it was written by how often and how recently it has been cited

79 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Search strategies Google Scholar Help Advanced Search Tips How do I search by author? How do I search by title? "Related articles" link Papers in specific publications Search by category

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87 Citation Export Add the full citation to my bibliography manager See more than 1,000 search results How to get bulk access to records in Google Scholar Scholar Preferences

88 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February Alerts Sign up for alerts Get notified when my papers are cited Get notified when a particular paper is cited How often do you send the alerts How do I change my alerts

89 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 More About Google Scholar Update Court opinion Inclusions and corrections Add my papers Citation went down Google Scholar homepage Google Scholar Help Advanced Search Tips Inclusion Guidelines Add Google Scholar to your site technical guidelines let us knowlet us know.

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91 What is it? What Publish or Perish is for Metrics Download and install Publish or Perish

92 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Software program that retrieves and analyzes academic citations Uses Google Scholar to obtain the raw citations Calculates citation metrics Results available on-screen Results can be copied to windows clipboard or Saved as a text file

93 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 What Publish or Perish is for To empower individual academics to present their case for research impact to its best advantage. Most beneficial for three of the Google Scholar categories: Business, Administration, Finance & Economics Engineering, Computer Science & Mathematics Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities

94 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Total number of papers Total number of citations Average number of citations per paper Average number of citations per author Average number of papers per author Average number of citations per year Hirsch's h-index and related parameters Egghe's g-index Metrics:

95 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Download and install Publish or Perish Publish or Perish on Microsoft Windows Publish or Perish on Apple Mac OS X Publish or Perish on GNU/Linux detailed help file user feedback

96 Complementary skills. Granada, 1 February 2011 Download and install Publish or Perish Publish or Perish on Microsoft Windows Publish or Perish on Apple Mac OS X Publish or Perish on GNU/Linux

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