• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Georgia ppt 06 08
 

Georgia ppt 06 08

on

  • 1,912 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,912
Views on SlideShare
1,901
Embed Views
11

Actions

Likes
2
Downloads
23
Comments
0

2 Embeds 11

http://library.iliauni.edu.ge 9
http://www.slideshare.net 2

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • Scholars at leading academic and government research institutions trust our valuable insight on state of the art research, and our tools for authoring, collaboration and performance evaluation. ISI Web of Knowledge, our premier research platform, is u sed by over 20 million researchers worldwide - a unique user logs on every 1.5 seconds, 24-7-365 worldwide! Applications of Scientific’s information include: Research idea generation & exploration Writing and publishing of research papers and theses Developing research collaborations Preparation of grant proposals
  • [Note – through database name recognition, this slide is to simply ensure that potential customers know exactly what the platform offers.]
  • Thomson Scientific - A culture of innovation with an emphasis on our customers 1961 Science Citation Index launched - In 1955, Dr. Eugene Garfield revolutionized scientific research with his concept of citation indexing and searching. Science Citation Index® (SCI) was launched in 1961 which included 562 journals and 2 million citations.   1966 Dialog online information retrieval system is o perational long before the commonplace use of the Internet.   1972 Dialog offers the first publicly available online research service. A company is born. MDC Founded and original mainframe/time-share IP management systems PatentMaster (Patents) and MarkMaster (Trademarks) launched. First ever patent payment service introduced.   1974 World Patents Index - In 1948 Monty Hyams would make frequent visits to the British Patent Office and identifying passages of particular interest in chemical patents. The line numbers were passed on to his father, who transcribed the passages in neat longhand. In 1974 his company Derwent provides complete coverage of patents from all technologies through launch of World Patents Index   1976 Derwent is one of the first organisations to go online with the first online implementation of WPI on the host SDS-ORBIT. 1989 MicroPatent is founded in 1989 in response to the needs of patent professionals who required electronic data in CD-ROM format. This is at a time when hard-copy documents were the norm.   1990 Derwent launches GENESEQ, the first database of sequences from patents, delivered in a format that runs on new sequence analysis software   1995 IDRAC global regulatory intelligence database is launched with 15 country modules. It is a CD-ROM product and the first of its kind. 1996 Techstreet (then called CSSINFO) launches first-ever web site for searching and ordering industry codes and standards online. 1997 ISI launches Web of Science providing seamless access to current and retrospective multidisciplinary information from approximately 8,700 of the most prestigious, high impact research journals in the world. The product is a breakthrough listing both the cit ed and cit ing works that allows researchers to move back in time to locate previously published papers but uniquely allowing you to move forward in time--to determine who has subsequently cited an earlier work. The database covers virtually all disciplines whereas traditional services are limited to a single field. 1998 MicroPatent becomes the first company in the world to provide PCT full text electronically. Similarly, the Company is the first to have US full text data back to 1836 and the first with published Great Britain applications back to 1916, among many others.   2000 Delphion is launched using IBM's existing Intellectual Property Network and uses it as the foundation for its marketplace, enables businesses to search, analyze, buy, sell and license millions of patents across different industries. Techstreet launches first-ever searchable database of industry standards and technical books combined. 2001 ISI develops ISI Web of Knowledge SM - the single, sophisticated platform that unites journal literature, patents, chemical compounds, and genetic sequencing, and integrates proceedings and additional print and electronic sources. Newport Horizon, a Web-based strategic intelligence system for generic and speciality pharma is released   2004 Thomson Pharma is launched - A dynamic information solution for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. It is a single solution that professionals working at all stages of drug development can personalize to suit their needs. 2005 Century of Science makes hundreds of thousands of older, twentieth century scientific journal items available in one place and on one platform for the first time.
  • These of just a few examples, as more exist (Norway, Denmark, etc.). Also, these are arrangements are not limited to the Web of Science alone, but also include access to various other ISI Web of Knowledge databases.
  • Locate a single paper using traditional search techniques, this is the paper in the center of the screen. Click the “Cited References” link to see all the research that this discovery was based upon. Click the “Times Cited” link to see the more recent developments. Click “Related Records” to see research that is closely related to the original article. Related Records using the concept of co-citation to establish the relationship; based on the fact that similar items often cite the same thing.
  • The core component of the Web of Knowledge is the Web of Science. The Web of Science content has 4 key benefits to the user. First of all is the Authoritative content. Our team of highly qualified and experienced editors select journals for coverage using a stringent and time tested journal selection process. Because we are not associated with any primary publishers of academic journals our selection process is unbiased and impartial. We evaluate all types of journals including journals from commercial publishers, academic society journals, open access journals and electronic only journals.
  • The Web of Science is a truly multidisciplinary database of over 9,200 journals in 260 categories. This allows you to discover obscure relationships between disciplines and get the complete picture of any particular research topic. It also gives you a broad and even insight into the entire research community..
  • Although we recognize the importance of current information, we have found that some of the most influential research is often decades old, and without searching a historical you will be missing out on key information.
  • We might expect this of someone as famous as Einstein, but others?
  • As research areas develop the terminology associated with them also develops and one of the inherent weaknesses of traditional free-text searching is that a knowledge of the terminology of the topic is required before one can search for it. A good example of this can be shown with the changes in terminology of the virus that causes AIDS, now known as HIV. in 1983 the Institut Pasteur in France report their findings into the isolation of the “LAV” virus, and in 1984 the US National Cancer Institute separately reported the in-vitro isolation of the HTLV-III virus. Both terms refered to the same virus, and mixed usage of the two terms continues until 1987 when the research community adopt the new term “Human Immunodeficiency Virus, HIV”. There are also many variations such as SIV for monkey equivalent of the virus. A traditional free-text search on the term “HIV” will miss many of important papers in this field of research. A good example is the 1991 paper shown here, it refers to the HIV equivalent denoted as “SIVmac239” and the term HIV is not mentioned anywhere in the title or abstract. However, it is a very important and very influential paper that has been cited 994 times. Looking at the items which are citing this paper around 85% of them mention the term HIV so it clearly has been highly influential to HIV research and would be an easy paper to locate through citation navigation and related records searching.
  • The Web of Science is indeed the foundation of the ISI Web of Knowledge platform, the perfect foundation, and these characteristics make it so. Quality : Our team of highly qualified and experienced editors select journals for coverage using a stringent and time tested journal selection process Because we are not associated with any primary publishers of academic journals our selection process is unbiased and impartial. We evaluate all types of journals including journals from commercial publishers, academic society journals, open access journals and electronic only journals. Selection criteria is unbiased, impartial, time-tested. We are “Publisher-Neutral”. Diversity : Truly Multidisciplinary. This allows one to discover obscure relationships between disciplines and get the complete picture of any particular research topic. It also gives you a broad and even insight into the entire academic publishing community. AND -- Web of Science journals are all fully indexed - all articles, review papers, editorials, book reviews, etc. are captured. Depth ! : Coverage of the Sciences from 1900, over 100 years or research! Social Sciences coverage from 1956, Arts & Humanities from 1975. Impact of previous findings, even decades old, may be very significant – this is easily exposed in the Web of Science through Results Analysis on the citations to classic works by Einstein, RA Fisher, and Linus Pauling for example. Data : Unique Capabilities -- Capture of Author Cited References for over 100 years of data provides for methods of discovery that are simply not possible elsewhere. Navigate “Cited References” and “Times Cited” backward and forward in time. The Web of Science is a carefully developed and maintained collection of journal information – superior collection development at work at all times.
  • Locate a single paper using traditional search techniques, this is the paper in the center of the screen. Click the “Cited References” link to see all the research that this discovery was based upon. Click the “Times Cited” link to see the more recent developments. Click “Related Records” to see research that is closely related to the original article. Related Records using the concept of co-citation to establish the relationship; based on the fact that similar items often cite the same thing.
  • The Web of Science is indeed the foundation of the ISI Web of Knowledge platform, the perfect foundation, and these characteristics make it so. Quality : Our team of highly qualified and experienced editors select journals for coverage using a stringent and time tested journal selection process Because we are not associated with any primary publishers of academic journals our selection process is unbiased and impartial. We evaluate all types of journals including journals from commercial publishers, academic society journals, open access journals and electronic only journals. Selection criteria is unbiased, impartial, time-tested. We are “Publisher-Neutral”. Diversity : Truly Multidisciplinary. This allows one to discover obscure relationships between disciplines and get the complete picture of any particular research topic. It also gives you a broad and even insight into the entire academic publishing community. AND -- Web of Science journals are all fully indexed - all articles, review papers, editorials, book reviews, etc. are captured. Depth ! : Coverage of the Sciences from 1900, over 100 years or research! Social Sciences coverage from 1956, Arts & Humanities from 1975. Impact of previous findings, even decades old, may be very significant – this is easily exposed in the Web of Science through Results Analysis on the citations to classic works by Einstein, RA Fisher, and Linus Pauling for example. Data : Unique Capabilities -- Capture of Author Cited References for over 100 years of data provides for methods of discovery that are simply not possible elsewhere. Navigate “Cited References” and “Times Cited” backward and forward in time. The Web of Science is a carefully developed and maintained collection of journal information – superior collection development at work at all times.
  • We started on the national level and utilized one of our standard products: the National Science Indicators. This is a statistical database of the publication counts (that is – output) and citation counts (or impact) of all nations, worldwide, in either 24 broad or 106 narrow fields. The data covers the period 1981-2004 and we’ll look at in from a couple of different time frames This first slide shows the overall output of Brazil’s papers. As you can see, there has been a steady increase in publications. To add perspective, we looked at growth relative to world output, 1981-2005.
  • These measures are displayed in a 5 year rolling window to normalize the trend line. In the first window in the left, the average number of cites per Brazilian paper has risen almost 50% in the last 25 years, reflecting a growing use or impact of Brazilian research In the second window, we look at impact relative to the world average. The question is how close is a country above or below the world baseline value. While Brazil is below the baseline, there is positive slope to the trend as Brazil continues to raise the level of research.
  • Percent papers shows gross areas of research in terms of total papers. When we looked at Brazil’s papers in the 1981-2005 period, we saw that these 5 areas dominated the research output. These 5 fields account for 60% of Brazil’s research work. Relative specialization is an indicator of whether a country has a relatively higher or lower share in world publications in a particular field than its overall share in world total publications. Brazil’s world share of papers is 0.98%. Here, we see that for these 10 fields, the percentage share in each field is above 0.98% or overall share in world total publications. This means Brazilian contribution in these fields is strong, relative to its overall output of 0.98%

Georgia ppt 06 08 Georgia ppt 06 08 Presentation Transcript

  • Thomson Reuters Solutions for Scientific Research David Horky Country Manager – Central & Eastern Europe david.horky@ thomsonreuters.com
  • AGENDA
    • Thomson Reuters
    • ISI Web of Knowledge platform
    • Web of Science on the ISI Web of Knowledge – life demonstration
    • Journal Citation Reports
    • Brief overview of Georgian Research
    • Questions, comments
  • INTRODUCING THOMSON REUTERS
    • We combine industry expertise with innovative technology to deliver critical information to leading decision makers in the financial, legal, tax and accounting, scientific, healthcare and media markets, powered by the world’s most trusted news organization.
    The leading global provider of intelligent information to businesses and professionals
  • THOMSON REUTERS
    • World’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals
    • 17 th April, 2008: The Thomson Corporation and Reuters Group PLC combine to form Thomson Reuters
    • Headquarters in New York, U.S.
    • Shares listed on: NYSE, TSX, LSE, NASDAQ
    • Two Divisions
      • Markets Division
      • Professional Division
    • www.thomsonreuters.com
  • THE SCIENTIFIC BUSINESS
    • Global leader in research and research evaluation
    • We combine authoritative information with innovative technologies to enhance our customers' ability to achieve world-class research results
    • Our information solutions assist professionals at every stage of research and development from discovery and analysis, to product development and distribution
    • We are publisher neutral
    • Many of our solutions are considered as must-have information
    • scientific.thomsonreuters.com
  • ACADEMIC & GOVERNMENT WORKFLOW SOLUTION ISI Web of Knowledge Expertise
    • The premier research platform used by over 20 million researchers worldwide to find, analyze and manage information in the sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities.
    • Over 22,000 peer-reviewed professional journals, leading scientific and patent information databases, journal citation reports, meetings and conference proceedings, and evaluated scientific websites
    • Multidisciplinary, unique citation navigation, over 100 years of coverage
    • Usage increasing by 74% each year
  • SERVING A WORLD OF RESEARCH
    • Web of Science – from 1900
    • BIOSIS Previews – from 1926
    • Zoological Record – from 1864
    • Derwent Innovations Index – from 1963
    • ISI Proceedings – from 1991
    • FSTA – from 1969
    • INSPEC – from 1898
    • CAB Abstracts – from 1910
    • MEDLINE – from 1950
    • Current Contents Connect
    • Journal Citation Reports – from 1998
    • Essential Science Indicators
    ISI Web of Knowledge bibliographic resources include:
    • 20 million individual users
    • 150,000 users every day
  • WEB OF SCIENCE
    • Premium bibliographic database – industry standard
    • Comprehensive and Relevant Coverage
    • Citation Searching
    • It allows to:
      • Search multiple disciplines and time spans
      • Find high-impact articles
      • Discover emerging trends
      • Identify potential collaborators
      • Uncover relevant results in related fields
      • Effectively analyse and assess research
  • TYPICAL USE OF THE WEB OF SCIENCE
    • Research information and assessment
      • Efficient, Quality Current Awareness within all disciplines
      • Where should I publish?
      • Citation-tracking capabilities across decades
      • Comparison, Allotment of grants, Finding peer institutions
    • Compare worldwide research using transparent and globally accepted criteria
      • Creating analyses based on global standards
      • Being part of the world’s global research community
    • Research trends and output expertise on
      • Country level, Institutional level, Personal/Author level, Journal level
  • A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CITATION INDEX
    • The concept of the citation index was first developed by Dr Eugene Garfield and his concept was published in an article in the journal “Science” in 1955
    • With the support of the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health Dr Garfield created the Genetics Citation Index in 1961.
    • Dr Garfield realized that to fully research any given topic a multidisciplinary approach was required and the Science Citation Index (SCI) started in 1963.
    SCI Print
  • 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2007 THE WEB OF SCIENCE STORY Science Citation Index SciSearch Social Sciences Citation Index SCI-CD ISI Web of Knowledge Century of Science Arts & Humanities Citation Index Summer 2007: The New Face of Research Web of Science: v3 v4 v5 v6 v7
  • More than 3,000 Web of Science customers in 91 countries Europe, Middle East & Africa 1,650 customers in 50 countries North America 806 customers in 2 countries Latin America 253 customers in 13 countries Asia-Pacific 390 customers in 26 countries
  • MAJOR CONSORTIA – CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
    • ISI Web of Knowledge customers:
    • Croatia – 49 customers
    • Czech Republic – 35 customers
    • Greece – 73 customers
    • Hungary – 59 customers
    • Poland – 23 customers
    • Romania – 5 customers
    • Russia – 14 customers
    • Serbia and Montenegro – 5 customers
    • Slovakia – 25 customers etc.
  • Citation Searching 2004 Cited References 1974 1998 2000 1993 2003 Times Cited Related Records 2006 2004 1999 2002 1994 2000 2007
  • Diversity
    • Evaluated authoritative content
      • Team of specialists evaluate journals to ensure that the content is trustworthy
      • Third party evaluation of all journals regardless of source:
        • Commercial publishers
        • Academic societies
        • Open Access journals
    Authority
  • WHY EVALUATE JOURNALS?
    • Journal editors and publishers aim to:
      • Ensure that publishing standards are adhered to
      • Select the best articles from reputable authors
      • Submit articles for “Peer Review”
        • Ensure that sound scientific principals have been used
    • Thomson Reuters evaluates Journals to ensure that standards of editorial policy are maintained
    • Citation Analysis is used to insure that the most influential journals are included.
    • Additional journals are included for representative coverage of all disciplines and geographic regions
    • More information: scientific.thomson.com/mjl
    Authority
    • Thomson Reuters’ editorial staff review around 2,000 new journals annually. 10-12% of these journals are added
    • Basic publishing standards
      • Timeliness, Follows publishing conventions
      • English language bibliographic information
      • Peer Review
    • Editorial content
      • Will it enrich the database? Is it a hot topic?
    • Citation analysis
      • Impact Factor, Immediacy index
      • How the journal compares to other journals in its field
      • Citation analysis of editorial board
    WHY EVALUATE JOURNALS? Authority
    • Truly Multidisciplinary
      • Journals are selected to provide coverage of all fields of research
      • 10,000+ journals in 260 categories
        • 6,700+ journals in the hard sciences
        • Social sciences – 2,100+ titles
        • Arts & humanities – 1,200+ titles
    Diversity
    • A vast archive of important research
      • 1900 in the Sciences, 1956 in the Social Sciences and 1975 in the Arts and Humanities
    • All the data is produced by Thomson Reuters and consequently the data has a very high degree of accuracy and consistency throughout
    • All journals indexed cover-cover, no limit on number of authors, addresses or size of abstract.
    Depth & Consistency
  • Albert Einstein (1879 – 1955) “ There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.“
  • Our Results Analyses reveal that Einstein's papers are being cited more in recent years than ever before.
  •  
    • The capture of Author Cited References for over 100 years of data provides for unique features of searching and navigation
        • Track research pathways through time
        • Expand a search using Related Records
        • Gauge the impact of a paper using citation counts
    Unique Data
  • CITATION INDEX – THE VALUE ADD The language of research is constantly changing, as research progress concepts and terminology evolve. Therefore searching for text may miss critical information LAV (Europe) HTLV-III (USA) HIV + many variants, “SIV” 1983 1987 Present Future ??? This particular article is very highly cited andrelevant, but does not contain the term HIV Therefore, this record cannot be found by searching for the text “ HIV” , but is easily found by using citations
  • A unique resource! No other database offers the same level of high quality, authoritative and trustworthy content with advanced searching capabilities over 107 years of multidisciplinary coverage Diversity Unique Data Authority Depth & Consistency
  • Web of Science ® and the ISI Web of Knowledge sm 4.2 Platform
  • Quality Diversity Depth A Unique Resource! Evaluated, Selected Content Extremely thorough, detailed journal evaluation and selection processes. For every journal . Coverage of all disciplines within: Science Citation Index Expanded Social Sciences Citation Index Arts & Humanities Citation Index 10,000+ unique titles Diverse – International Natural Sciences – from 1900 Social Sciences – from 1956 Arts & Humanities – from 1975 Selection, Cover-to-Cover Indexing, Diversity, Depth, and inclusion of Author Cited References provide a uniquely valuable tool -- driving discovery within the Web of Science Web of Science
  • Cited Reference Searching 2004 Cited References 1974 1998 2000 1993 2003 Times Cited Related Records 2006 2004 1999 2002 1994 2000 2007
  • Quality Diversity Depth Unmatched Elsewhere No other resource offers the level of selectivity and editorial quality found within Web of Science journal content Unavailable Elsewhere Access to such a diverse, deep, influential collection with author cited references and navigable cited reference links across 105+ years Web of Science
  • Journal Citation Reports ® and the ISI Web of Knowledge sm 4.2 Platform
  • JOURNAL CITATION REPORTS Article level data. Journal A 01100100101011 01001100110110 10010010011101 10100100110101 Journal B 01100100101011 01001100110110 10010010011101 10100100110101 Journal C 01100100101011 01001100110110 10010010011101 10100100110101 Journal level data. Journal Citation Reports
    • Within the Web of Science Thomson Reuters captures bibliographic information and cited references for journal articles. This data can be processed to create a variety of metrics for the evaluation of journals.
      • - Journal statistics provide a systematic and objective way to measure the influence of journals, identify trends, categorize and characterize journals.
    01010100110010100100011100 10100011100100110010101001 10101001010010101001100101 10001110010101000111001001 01010100110101010010100101 00110010100100011100101010 11100100110010101001010100 Web of Science
  • WHO USES THE JOURNAL CITATION REPORTS?
    • Librarians - to aid decision-making with regards to journal subscriptions, archiving and maintenance.
    • Authors - to help decide which journals to publish in and identify the leading journals within their discipline
    • Information Analysts - to track trends; study the sociology of scholarly communication; study citation patterns within and between disciplines.
    • Publishers & Editors - monitor the influence your journals and compare to competing journals.
    • Anyone - with an interest in journal metrics
  • View journals by specific groups, individually, or all journals within this edition.
  • The Journal Citation Reports presents information for journals within subject categories, and aggregated citation statistics for each category as a whole .
  • ESSENTIAL JOURNAL DATA INCLUDED IN THE JCR
    • Journal – bibliographic information
    • Total Cites – the total number of citations to the journal in the JCR year.
    • Impact Factor
    • Impact Factor Trend – graph of the journal impact factor for the past five years.
    • Articles – the total number of articles published in the journal in the JCR year
    • Other important indicators
  • THE IMPACT FACTOR
    • I nternationally recognized measurement of journal influence
    • Shows the most influential journals per – discipline, publisher etc.
    • Used mainly for
      • making decisions on where to publish
      • making decision which journals to subscribe – cost effectiveness
    • Calculated towards the 2 previous years:
    • Year 2006 Impact Factor:
    • No. of citations in 2006 to articles published in journal in 2005 and 2004
    • No. of articles published in journal in 2005 and 2004
  • ISI Web of Knowledge Search Discover Analyze Visualize Evaluate Archive Organise Collaborate Write ISI Web of Knowledge
  • Brief Overview of Research in Georgia
  • RESEARCH EVALUATION
    • Although the main objective of the Web of Science is intended to aid researchers to retrieve information, it is also commonly used as a research evaluation tool.
      • Count Papers  measure productivity
      • Count Citations  measure utility and influence
    • Based on the concept that if an article is cited it is an influential paper, or has had an impact upon the research community.
    • This concept can be extended beyond individual articles and used to evaluate:
      • Authors – Countries and geographic regions
      • Topics – Institutions
      • Journals
  • GEORGIA - PUBLICATION OUTPUT Overall output Percentage of papers cited Source : National Science Indicators, 1981-2006 – standard version There has been publication growth in Georgia in the last couple of years. Almost 45% of Georgian papers are cited. Sharp rise has been seen in the 1990s.
  • GEORGIA - CITATION IMPACT Overall impact Impact relative to average Source : National Science Indicators, 1981-2006 – standard version Average citation rate or impact for Georgia has risen in the 1990s. 1 is the baseline where the country average = the world average. World baseline Impact 1981: 2.73 World baseline Impact 2007: 4.50
  • COMPARISON OF CITATION IMPACT: 2003-2007 Source : National Science Indicators, 1981-2006 – deluxe version
  • DEVELOPMENT OF CITATION IMPACT: 1981-2007
  • OTHER “HOT TOPICS”
    • Evaluative Tools
      • National Science Indicators, National Citation Reports
      • Institutional Science Indicators, Institutional Citation Reports
      • Customised Solutions
      • www.in-cites.com/rsg
    • Researcher ID
      • A registry that assigns a researcher a unique persistent identification number as well as collects contact information about the researcher
      • A friendly web interface provides a secure environment that allows the researcher to:
        • Register
        • Share their profile and scholarly output
        • Find colleagues around the world for collaboration
      • www.ResearcherID.com
  • Questions, comments?
  • David Horky Country Manager – Central & Eastern Europe david.horky@ thomsonreuters.com Thank you!