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    • Publication strategy How to enhance your citation scores Marianne Renkema Information Specialist, Wageningen UR Library
    • Citation analysis
      • Number of articles
      • Citations
      • Relative impact
    • Where to publish
      • It is better to publish one paper in a quality journal than multiple papers in lesser journals. …… Try to publish in journals that have high impact factors ; chances are your paper will have high impact, too, if accepted.
      Bourne PE (2005) Ten Simple Rules for Getting Published. PLoS Comput Biol 1(5): e57 doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.0010057
    • Citation impact versus journal impact Source: Wetenschaps- en Technologie- Indicatoren 2008 (www.nowt.nl)
    • Impact indicators for journals
      • Journal impact factor (ISI Journal Citation Reports)
      • Citations per paper (ISI Journal Citation Reports)
      • Journal Ranking (ISI Essential Science Indicators)
      • SCImago Journal Rank Indicator (SJR)
      • H-index (Web of Science, Scopus, …)
    • Effect of subfield in ESI 1.29 2652 287 All research fields  …  …  … … 3.46 362 17 Plant & Animal Science 0.64 370 52 Biology & Biochemistry 1.27 484 54 Chemistry 1.59 1097 137 Agricultural Sciences RI C N Research Field
    • Effect Open Access
      • Author fee journals (BMC, PloS, …)
      • Open Choice journals (Springer,...)
      • Delayed access
      • Public Repositories
      • Small effect on citation impact, but high effect on global participation in science (Evans & Reimer, 2009)
    • Publish in the right journals
      • With a high impact
      • Subfield in ESI
      • Open Access(?)
      • Indexed in Web of Science
    • Be consistent with names
      • Stick to one personal name
        • don’t vary with initials or family names
          • Such as: B.G. Temmink and H. Temmink for the same person
          • or A. Dieleman-van Zaayen and A. van Zaayen
      • Use a standardized name for research group or institute
      • Include Wageningen UR or Wageningen University in the affiliation
          • Not: ALTERRA Res Inst, P.O.box 47, 6700 AA Wageningen, Netherlands
          • But: ALTERRA Res Inst, Wageningen UR, P.O.box 47, 6700 AA Wageningen, Netherlands
    •  
    • “ Repair” your entry in databases
      • Standardize your name in Scopus
      • Register for ResearchID in Web of Science
      • Check your name(s) in Metis /Wageningen Yield
    • Effect of cooperation on relative impact Source: Wetenschaps- en Technologie- Indicatoren 2008 (www.nowt.nl) impact % output impact % output 1.53 44 1.15 25 All Dutch U 1.27 49 1.12 21 WUR International cooperation Without cooperation
    • Advertise yourself
    • Advertise yourself
      • Submit preprints/postprints to digital Open Archives ( Metis/WaY )
      • Write or enhance Wikipedia entries and refer to your publications
      • Blog about your research
      • Bookmark your publications in del.icio.us , connotea , 2Collab , etc .
    • How to enhance your citation score
      • Write high quality papers
      • Publish in the right journals
      • Be consistent with names
      • Cooperate with other research groups
      • Advertise yourself
      Good luck !