Citation analysis of your publications using Scopus and Web of Science by by the NUS Libraries Cited Reference Team

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Citation analysis of your publications using Scopus and Web of Science by by the NUS Libraries Cited Reference Team
22 April 2009 & 24 April 2009

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  • 1. CITATION ANALYSIS OF YOUR PUBLICATIONS USING SCOPUS AND WEB OF SCIENCE by the NUS Libraries Cited Reference Team 22 April 2009 & 24 April 2009
  • 2.
    • What is Citation Analysis?
    • Scopus and Web of Science
      • Which database?
    • Citation analysis using Scopus
    • Citation analysis using Web of Science
    • So is it Scopus or Web of Science?
    Outline
  • 3. What is Citation Analysis? Cited Work (Your work) A B C Number of citing articles (times cited) for each cited work 4 3 1 6 Articles that have cited your works 1 Self-Citation 8 (Total citation count) Citing Article (cited by) a b c d e B
  • 4. At the end of this session,
    • You will have learnt to obtain
    • The total citation count of your publications.
    • The number and list of articles that have cited your publications excluding those articles written by you.
  • 5. Scopus and Web of Science
  • 6. Which database? Generally… If your works are Scopus WoS - published mainly in journals x x - published mainly in conferences and books x x - cited mainly by journal articles x x - cited mainly by conference papers x - published mainly outside Asia x x - published within Asia x - in the Sciences x x - in the Social Sciences x x
  • 7.
    • by Kenneth Lim
    • Science Resource Librarian
    Citation analysis using Scopus
  • 8. Cited Ref search & Author search A B C Cited Work (Your work) Citing Article (cited by) Number of citing articles (times cited) for each cited work View Record 4 View record 3 View Record 1 6 Articles that have cited your works 1 Self-Citation 8 (Total citation count) a b c d e B
  • 9. A Hands-on Example
    • Author: Mike W.-L. Cheung
    • Webpage: http://courses.nus.edu.sg/course/psycwlm/internet/
  • 10. So is it Scopus or Web of Science?
  • 11. An example of Citation Analysis of a Civil Engineer As at 14 Apr 2009 Civil Engineer Lecturer A Databases Scopus WoS   % increase using Scopus Total Citations Count (including self-citation) 295 277 6.50% Total number of articles that Cited the Engineer's work (including self citation) 220 205 7.32% Total number of articles by the Engineer's work that he had cited himself 35 36 -2.78% Total number of articles that Cited the Engineer's work (excluding self citation) 185 169 9.47%
  • 12. For a more efficient search . . .
    • Have a unique name
    • Be consistent in the way you are named when you publish
    • Maintain a CV that includes
      • All your publications
      • All institutional affiliations over the course of your career
  • 13.
    • If you have any questions, please contact:
    • Arts & Humanities – Tim Yap Fuan – [email_address]
    • Social Sciences – Hayati Abdul - [email_address]
    • Business – Wong Kah Wei – [email_address]
    • Engineering – Karen Yap - [email_address]
    • Medical – Kenneth Lim – [email_address]
    • Science – Kenneth Lim – [email_address]
    Thank you