Did You Know? Five Things About InCites

InCitesTM makes it easy for you to quickly make decisions and report on results that help you advance your organization.  The robust analysis and visualization tool interprets data from a variety of sources to help you build smarter strategies.  Whether you’re looking at activities across your institution or how your organization compares to peers, InCites  provides a single destination to help you improve your standing and increase your profile by connecting research to impact.

Here are five ways to explore InCites and fully leverage its capabilities:

  1. Search by Organization
    Use this explore path to view performance metrics for institutions. See how your institution compares with regional peers or on a global scale.  Drill down to see how your areas of research activity are comparing. Learn more.
  1. Save to InCites
    Create a custom dataset in Web of ScienceTM and export to InCites for further analysis. After easily importing your custom selection of papers to InCites, apply normalized metrics for a deeper understanding of research performance and impact. Check it out!
  1. Drill into the Collaborations System Report
    Quickly see your organization’s most frequent collaborators and assess the quality of research that’s produced.
  1. Funding Agency Explore
    Drill into the funding landscape to identify agencies supporting research in a given field, how funding compares to peers and the impact of research. Learn more
  1. Local Journal Utilization Report
    Some librarians may remember this tool as an add-on report, but it’s now freely available in your InCites subscription. Track journal usage, determine which journals you publish in and which you’re cited in, and more!

 

Evaluate your institution’s research landscape with InCites. Learn more by attending an upcoming training session.

 

Follow our Did you Know? product series for tips and tricks to maximize your use!

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