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Can your users travel back in time? With Web of Science, you can offer users a full and unique retrospective view of the foundations of current science, back to the year 1900.
Medical research described symptoms characteristic of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as early 1798. But it wasn’t until the early 20th century that an emphasis on the disorder began to take shape.
Research metrics in practice
Tags : Academic, Analysis, Essential Science Indicators, Government & Academia, InCites, Journal Citation Reports, Librarian, Product Features, Research, Tips, Web Of Science
Metrics can provide powerful insight into research trends, but understanding which indicators to use and how to most appropriately apply and interpret them is critical to ensuring an accurate assessment.
Choosing Your Publication Destination Wisely: Let Us Help
Tags : Academic, Analysis, Early Career Researcher, Government & Academia, Product Features, Research, Researcher, Researcher Tools, Tips, Web Of Science
This post is for all the researchers out there – particularly new researchers – who are seeking the ideal journal in which to publish what is sure to be a groundbreaking paper. How do you start this process?
Your Comprehensive Guide to Journal Citation Reports Is Now Available
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What really makes up the Journal Impact Factor? Download your go-to guide to explore behind the scenes of the Journal Citation Reports.
CiteScore: A Non-Rival for the Journal Impact Factor
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Recently, publishing giant Elsevier came out with a new journal evaluation metric, CiteScore.
At a time when new metrics are proliferating, it can sometimes be difficult to understand the key differences between indicators. So how does this new measure stack up against the Journal Impact Factor (JIF), part of the Journal Citation Reports (JCR) from Clarivate Analytics? Let’s take a look.
If you want to provide an easy and streamlined experience for your contributing authors and reviewers, you’ll want to look at some key indicators of your workflow processes