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  • And so the new interface presentation will be exactly the way users told us they want it to be. The final implementation was again reached after very lengthy user-centric studies, with many drafts, variations, and versions created along the way.
  • The ALL databases topic search is also mapped to all Indexing fields – providing those with no experience with the resources’ hierachical indexing system the ability to find articles. Additional as they begin to find what they are needed they are edcucated as to the importance of each resource
  • So let’s take a look at an All Databases Search Post traumatic stress. The user wants the current information from all resources. It is not important where the articles come from; it is absolutelt critical that they get the latest information. Users rely on librarians for the best resources; we simply increase the ROI of these resources by making them more valuable and easier for all types of users – and we add CITATIONS!!!
  • 3,689 results are found after refining by the General Category Social Sciences. It is important to stress that this refinement by General Categories and Subject Area is at the article level, and not the subject category of the journal. The Web of Knowledge uses the unique indexing in each database to determine what General Category to place the article in.
  • It is now also possible to Refine and Analyze the results of an All Databases search. This was previously only possible when searching individual databases. Each Web of Knowledge database uses different terminology to describe subject categories. So in order to allow refining across content by subject area these unique category names were mapped to a common Web of Knowledge categorization scheme. In this example the 15,407 results of a Topic search for “embryonic stem cell*” are refined by “Government & Law”.
  • For example, the MeSH term “State Government” is mapped to the Web of Knowledge category “Government & Law”. An Inspec record is also found in this search because the Inspec Classification Codes map to the new WoK categorization system.
  • For example, the MeSH term “State Government” is mapped to the Web of Knowledge category “Government & Law”. An Inspec record is also found in this search because the Inspec Classification Codes map to the new WoK categorization system.
  • Patent results can also be refined and analyzed by Subject Area in the Web of Knowledge because of the value-added indexing in Derwent Innovations Index. Derwent Class and Manual Codes are applied consistently to patent records from 41 patent issuing authorities. These Derwent Class Codes are then mapped to a Web of Knowledge Subject Area. The patent results can be analyzed along with other Web of Knowledge sources allowing for a complete overview of research in an area.
  • After the upgrade, the Proceedings content has been fully integrated. Links to Cited References will work correctly making a more comprehensive resource. Related Records will be generated on all content, improving the power of the search capability (Note: this doesn’t really make any difference to WoS, but a vast improvement on the ISI Proceedings Related Record functionality) Times Cited will include links to both citing articles and citing proceedings. This is a major change. Remember that this feature was not available for the previous version of ISI Proceedings at all, so is a major enhancement. This will results in some WoS records experiencing a sudden jump in citation counts as the ISI Proceedings content is added. Customers who do not subscribe to Proceedings content will see the jump in the Times Cited count, but will not be able to access all of the citing works.
  • Citation Map is available on all Web of Science full records. This article by the author Hobbs has been cited 15 times and also cited 40 references itself. Click the Citation Map link to go to the Citation Map setup screen.
  • Papers are represented on the citation map as nodes. Lines extend from the target paper in a tree structure to show the links between papers. This example citation map shows two forward generations from the target paper written by BF Hobbs. It shows not only the papers that cite Hobbs, but also shows the papers that cite those citing papers, or second generation citations. This Citation Map shows that although Hobbs BF was only cited directly 15 times, there are 133 papers on the map when we also look at the second generation citations.
  • Updated monthly, CAB abstracts includes over 4.8 million records dating from 1973 to the present. More than 200,000 new records are added each year. Selective coverage includes over 9,000 journals, conference proceedings, books, theses, and gray literature (tech reports and bulletins) from over 140 countries and spanning 50 languages.
  • The Controlled Vocabulary (Authority File) comprises several branches or subject areas. It is important to remember that terms included only represent selected topics and relate to certain fields. The arrangement is not the same as MedLine or CAB Abstracts which have more controlled terminology for all topics covered. Searching is achieved here by using a combination of controlled terminology for broad topics and to set the overall scope of the search and free text for specific topics, allowing greater precision and use of up to date and author’s terminology. Three Controlled Vocabulary branches are available on the search form: Major Concepts: broad life science topics which are used to convey the overall scope of the item Super Taxa: Broad scientific/Latin names hierarchy Taxa Notes: Common organism names – available as a limit Terms from other controlled vocabulary branches can still be used in searches by entering them in the TOPICS field. Identify terms using the listing on the BIOSIS website or look up terms in the BIOSIS Search Guide.
  • Derwent Innovations Index is a database of international patent literature that combines the Derwent World Patents Index, Patents Citation Index and the Derwent Chemistry Resource. It contains over 11 million basic inventions and 22 million patents. These patents come from 40 international patent-issuing authorities and date back to 1963. The database is divided into 3 general sections – Chemical, Engineering and Electrical and Electronic. For PCT, US, European, German, British or Japanese patents from 1973 forward, the patent record will also display patents and articles cited by the inventor and examiner. This information can be useful for novelty searches and monitoring patent infringements. For additional information on Derwent Innovations index visit the support URL shown here.
  • Patents are by nature very technical documents that can be difficult to read and condense into only the most important information. Derwent indexers add valuable information to the basic patent record, helping you quickly see what is most important. They provide: -a descriptive title that describes the novelty of the invention -an English language abstract that discusses the novelty and claims of the invention -applications for the same invention from around the world are grouped into a patent family -and, Derwent class and manual codes help classify patents into specific technology areas, allowing for fast retrieval of a segment of patents.
  • Medline is produced by the US National Library of Medicine and is the leading database for biomedicine and health literature. It covers data from 1950 to the present, and contains over 15 million records. Most publications in Medline are scholarly journals, with additional information coming from selected newspapers, newsletters and magazines. Within the Web of Knowledge Medline is updated weekly. The subject focus is primarily biomedicine and health but it also covers areas of life science vital to clinicians and researchers, including biology, environmental science, plant and animal science, marine biology, chemistry and biophysics.
  • Indexers at the NLM develop and maintain MeSH as a hierarchical structure of terms that aid in database retrieval. For example, ‘myocardial infarction’ is the clinical term for the common phrase ‘heart attack’. Indexers consistently apply the term myocardial infarction where the phrase heart attack is used. This allows the user to search for one term to find both variations. Subject headings from the MeSH thesaurus can be used alone or along with a keyword search in Medline. It may be useful to begin a search with a keyword, then look at the MeSH terms to locate additional search terms that may be relevant for your topic.
  • Medline is produced by the US National Library of Medicine and is the leading database for biomedicine and health literature. It covers data from 1950 to the present, and contains over 15 million records. Most publications in Medline are scholarly journals, with additional information coming from selected newspapers, newsletters and magazines. Within the Web of Knowledge Medline is updated weekly. The subject focus is primarily biomedicine and health but it also covers areas of life science vital to clinicians and researchers, including biology, environmental science, plant and animal science, marine biology, chemistry and biophysics.
  • Within this display of Geology journals however, the 5-Year Impact Factor is in every case higher than the traditional 2-Year Impact Factor. In contrast to Immunology for example, published research with Geology typically takes more time to fully realize its impact.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE when discussing the Online Search -- Connections to online databases through EndNote Web originate from the EndNote Web server rather than the users’ library server, so IP authentication or proxy authentication will not take place. What this means is that one will not be able to search databases using IP authentication (except for ISI Web of Knowledge). This needs to be made clear so as not to mislead potential users. Also, Find Duplicates -- EndNote Web compares references and identifies duplicates based on the following fields: Author, Year, Title, Reference Type
  • Wo K Overview

    1. 1. The Web of Knowledge: An overview Guillaume Rivalle Customer Education Specialist Academic & Government Market [email_address] http://scientific.thomsonreuters.com/training/
    2. 2. A Total Institutional Solution ISI Web of Knowledge A single search tool for all your audiences Faculty Government Decision Makers Web of Knowledge General Sciences Social Sciences Arts & Humanities Over 170 disciplines Covering 8,700 journals 130+ highly cited books Over 60 disciplines Covering 2,200 journals 28 highly cited books Over 25 subject areas Covering 1,250 journals 15 highly cited books Journals Books Proceedings Patents Chemical structures Evaluated web content PrePrints University Administration Librarians Publishers Students Researchers Academic Program Designers Current - 11,000 Journals and Highly Cited Book Series Our Legacy - 22,000 Serials in total going back to 1980 - in WoS alone
    3. 3. With a profile, you will be able to use much more functionalities in the Web of Knowledge Save as many searches as you want and be automatically alerted when new publications appear in the database Store, manage and share as many as 10 000 references into a private online account Each researcher can create his/her own ResearcherID profile and present his/her work to the world scientific community
    4. 4. <ul><li>A clear consistent view across all resources. </li></ul><ul><li>Default Search – all subscribed databases. </li></ul><ul><li>Links to training and demos, User Support, and additional valuable info included. </li></ul>
    5. 5. Links to individual subscribed resources, with clear descriptions
    6. 6. All databases Search – Topic Search mapping – Web of Science, Derwent Innovation Index, Biological Abstracts, Medline Topic search is mapped to multiple fields, non experts can take advantage of enhanced indexing. “ ccr5 inhibitor” and human Biological Abstracts
    7. 7. <ul><li>Web of Science: 1900 - Journal Category </li></ul><ul><li>Current Contents Connect: 1998 Discipline Name </li></ul><ul><li>BIOSIS: 1926 Major Concept </li></ul><ul><li>Zoological Record: 1864 Descriptors / Systematics </li></ul><ul><li>Biological Abstracts: 1926 Major Concepts </li></ul><ul><li>Inspec: 1898 Classification Code </li></ul><ul><li>MEDLINE: 1950 MeSH Heading, Major Topic, Qualifier </li></ul><ul><li>FSTA: 1969 Section / Subsection </li></ul><ul><li>Derwent Innovations Index: 1963 Derwent Class Code </li></ul><ul><li>Chinese Science Citation Database: 1989 Chinese Library Classification Number </li></ul><ul><li>One single index </li></ul><ul><li>Unified subject classification </li></ul><ul><li>Coverage from 1864 </li></ul><ul><li>Cited references from 1900 </li></ul><ul><li>25,000 journals </li></ul><ul><li>85 million records </li></ul>All Databases ENGINEERING -28070  INSTRUMENTS & INSTRUMENTATION -15896  COMPUTER SCIENCE -13724  PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY- 8591  MATHEMATICS- 8375  BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY- 7854  CHEMISTRY-7602 ......
    8. 8. It is now possible to Refine and Analyze Results when searching across Web of Knowledge content. The All Databases search maps the unique category names in each database to a common Web of Knowledge category. Bological Abstracts Web of Science MEDLINE This search for “post traumatic stress” returned results from CAB Abstracts, Web of Science, and MEDLINE. These results can be limited to the General Category Social Sciences
    9. 9. 3,689 results are found after refining by Social Sciences The Web of Knowledge uses the specialized indexing in each database to determine how to categorize each record
    10. 10. A student or researcher wants to locate articles on the legal aspects of Embryonic Stem Cell research and uses Refine Results to narrow a set of results Refine by Subject Areas
    11. 11. Refining the results of multiple databases by Subject Area can be difficult because of the unique terminologies used in each. For example – Web of Knowledge Subject Category: Government & Law MEDLINE: State Government CAB Abstracts: Laws and Regulations BIOSIS: Government and Law
    12. 12. The Web of Knowledge maps the specialized indexing in each database to a common Web of Knowledge subject category
    13. 13. Derwent Class Code: Nuclear Power Generation Patent results can also be refined and analyzed by Subject Area in the Web of Knowledge because of the value-added indexing in Derwent Innovations Index. The patents can be analyzed along with other Web of Knowledge sources allowing for a complete overview of research in an area.
    14. 14. Launch a WebPlus search directly from the All Database search results page.
    15. 15. The original search query is transferred to the WebPlus search Results are categorized by content type Thomson Scientific WebPlus utilizes our expertise to disambiguate terms and prioritize search results. This provides highly relevant open web results that complement ISI Web of Knowledge content.
    16. 16. Web of Science ® <ul><li>Multidisciplinary- Science, Social Science, Arts & Humanities </li></ul><ul><li>109+ years on consistent coverage </li></ul><ul><li>Largest citation index: >44 million records </li></ul><ul><li>10,700 unique journal titles </li></ul><ul><li>12,000 conferences covered annually </li></ul><ul><li>Data is updated weekly with short indexing lag </li></ul><ul><li>Interface is continually enhanced: 4 scheduled upgrades per year </li></ul>Science Citation Index SSCI Century of Science 1900 1956 A&HCI 1975 1945 Century of Social Sciences 1900 CPCI 1990 Coming soon
    17. 17. Quality Publications of Influence For every title indexed -- Publisher-Neutral Editorial Evaluation and Selection. Diversity Coverage of all disciplines : Natural Sciences – 7,710 Social Sciences – 2,385 Arts & Humanities – 1,265 10,760 unique titles Depth Natural Sciences – to 1900 Social Sciences – to 1956, with an initiative under way to reach back to 1900. Arts & Humanities – to 1975 The Web of Science Foundation A Core Philosophy of Superior Collection Development Web of Science
    18. 18. Citation linking 2004 1974 1998 2000 1993 2003 2006 2007 2000 Cited References Times Cited
    19. 19. Conference Proceedings Citation Index Two optional files/editions covering 12,000 Conferences per year – - Science - Social Science and Humanities
    20. 21. By finding highly cited articles it is possible to quickly identify important and influent publications in a specific discipline
    21. 22. Refine by a variety of fields
    22. 23. Key authors in this area – potential competitors and/or collaborators. Web of Science analysis to characterize a particular area of research... Institutions responsible for supporting this published research.
    23. 24. To which journals might you need to subscribe in order to best support this research? By Country in order to provide a global overview. A pie-chart in just a few minutes, export and then utilize Xcel’s Chart Wizard. Web of Science analysis to characterize a particular area of research...
    24. 28. Citation Report allows you to analyze a group of up to 10,000 Web of Science publications
    25. 29. Citation Report – an immediate snapshot of published material each year, and the volume of references (citations) to this material. Quickly gauge the trends in published output and citation of particular areas of research.
    26. 31. Launch a Citation map from a Web of Science Full Record
    27. 32. Second generation citations First generation citations
    28. 33. Biological Abstracts <ul><li>Comprehensive life science resource </li></ul><ul><li>Archives from 1926-present </li></ul><ul><li>4200 Journals </li></ul><ul><li>12 million records </li></ul>
    29. 34. <ul><li>Major Concepts: 168 Controlled terms for broad subjects emphasized by the author </li></ul><ul><li>Concept codes: 571 Five-digit codes representing broad topics in the life sciences. </li></ul><ul><li>Taxonomic data: Over 1000 higher level Latin/scientific names applied to broad organism groups. Allows searching broad categories using hierarchical names. </li></ul>Biological Abstracts
    30. 38. Derwent Innovation Index <ul><li>11 Million basic inventions and 22 million patents </li></ul><ul><li>1963 – present </li></ul><ul><li>Drawn from 40 patent-issuing authorities around the world </li></ul><ul><li>Three sections: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Chemical </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Engineering </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Electrical and Electronic </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Cited and citing references from 6 major patent issuing authorities dating back to 1973 </li></ul><ul><li>Updated weekly in the Web of Knowledge </li></ul>
    31. 39. Unique added value <ul><li>Indexing added to basic patent record </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Descriptive Titles : concise titles that describe the inventions, their novelty and their applications </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Abstracts : 250-500 word descriptions about the claims and novelty of inventions. Written in English regardless of original patent language </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Patent Family : applications for the same invention in countries around the world are linked together </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Derwent Class Codes : coding process allowing user to quickly retrieve a category of inventions </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Derwent Manual Codes : indicate the novel technical aspects of an invention </li></ul></ul>
    32. 43. Medline <ul><li>Biomedicine and health research </li></ul><ul><li>Over 15 million references to articles from over 4,800 journals, newspapers, newsletters and magazines </li></ul><ul><li>1950 – Present </li></ul><ul><li>Also includes: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Biology </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Environmental science </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Plant and animal science </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Marine biology </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Chemistry </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Biophysics </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Updated weekly in the Web of Knowledge </li></ul>
    33. 44. MeSH Thesaurus <ul><li>Hierarchical structure of controlled terms </li></ul><ul><li>Developed and maintained by indexers at the National Library of Medicine </li></ul><ul><li>Use MeSH to retrieve articles on a topic that may be discussed using inconsistent terminology </li></ul><ul><ul><li>i.e. myocardial infarction vs. heart attack </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Use MeSH to aid in finding relevant search terms </li></ul>
    34. 48. The Journal Citation Report <ul><li>Yearly product </li></ul><ul><li>Two editions (Sciences and Social Sciences) </li></ul><ul><li>Use a variety of indicators (Impact Factor, 5-year Impact Factor, Eigen Factor…) to Identify the most influent Journals indexed in the Web of Science </li></ul>
    35. 49. Journal Citation Reports JCR includes many metrics for the evaluation of journals including the Impact Factor … and a more detailed information on Self-Citations including a re-calculated Impact Factor
    36. 50. <ul><li>Impact Factor is based on two years of cited journal content – cites in the current year to journal material published in the prior two years. </li></ul><ul><li>A 5-Year Impact Factor is based on cites in the current year to journal material published in the prior five years. </li></ul>Journal Citation Reports ® Geology Geology
    37. 51. Eigenfactor TM and Article Influence TM : To compliment Impact Factor and other JCR metrics by providing a broader perspective on Journal Influence through specific measures now widely accepted by the scholarly community. These metrics are developed through The Eigenfactor Project™ -- a non-commercial academic research project sponsored by the Bergstrom lab in the Department of Biology at the University of Washington. – www.eigenfactor.org Journal Citation Reports ®
    38. 52. <ul><ul><li>Easily save results from </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>ISI Web of Knowledge to EndNote – utilize both the desktop and web version to provide for the greatest flexibility. </li></ul></ul>
    39. 53. Use links to access information within the original ISI Web of Knowledge database, for example -- Times Cited, Related Records, or the Full Record within Web of Science An online easy to use Interface in which 10,000 references can be stored per account Accessible from any Internet connection
    40. 54. <ul><li>Share Groups to -- </li></ul><ul><li>Collaborate on papers or projects </li></ul><ul><li>Present reading lists - created by librarians or professors for example. </li></ul><ul><li>Alert colleagues to important works in a particular area. </li></ul><ul><li>Simply enter the e-mail addresses of those in your institution with whom you wish to share your Group. </li></ul>
    41. 55. Cite While You Write ™ While writing a paper in MS Word, utilize an EndNote Web toolbar to: Search and “Find Citations” within one’s EN Web Folders and… -- insert the appropriate reference within the text and… -- automatically insert the complete cited reference in the bibliography of the paper… -- in the format that you choose. References
    42. 56. Thank you!

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