Are you an Early Career Researcher or supervising Early Career Researchers? From Publons to Web of Science, InCites to Kopernio - there are numerous tools that are available to Early Career Researchers to discover new research, profile their own research or generate full text reading lists. If you are a Postgraduate Student or Postdoctoral Researcher this webinar will provide an overview of some of the useful tools for Early Career Researchers.
Hear Joshua Schnell, Senior Advisor for Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) showcase how Clarivate’s custom datasets in the Web of Science can be used in predictive analytics, technology forecasting, knowledge gap analysis, recruitment and industry specific research trends by academia and your corporate competitors.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed virtually every aspect of our lives ― and society ― almost overnight. And while many around the world are living in near-isolation, one element brings everyone together: The desire to help in some way, whether big or small. Nowhere is this sentiment more true than among the scientific and research communities. From grad students to world-renowned scholars, everyone is focused on finding treatments and preventatives, but developing good searches for systematic reviews can be complex, time-consuming and frustrating. We’re here to help. In this webinar, our expert will share insights drawn from the history of coronavirus research in the Web of Science citation network that can help you conduct research more effectively and in significantly less time.
Hear Dr Weiping Yue, Senior Consultant (Greater China) from Clarivate and Dr Ying Xing, Associate Research Fellow from the Chinese Academy of Sciences showcase how Clarivate’s customised data set in the Web of Science and Chinese Academy of Sciences’ expertise was used to identify the hottest and emerging specialty areas in scientific research.
The Web of Science has identified a growing number of research articles with 1,000 or more unique authors across more than 100 different countries. The combination of many authors/many countries creates a complex authorship pattern that differs from more typical academic papers and drives elevated citation rates. Find out how the dynamic or author number on manuscripts is changing and how these changes should be considered when conducting bibliometric analysis.
Twelve researchers from seven New Zealand institutions have been named Highly Cited Researchers for 2019. Australian research institutes continue to impress with the number of researchers recognised as Highly Cited more than tripling in six years, from 80 in 2014 to 271 in 2019. Australian research institutions appear to have recruited a significant number of Highly Cited Researchers since 2014 while also increasing their number of homegrown Highly Cited Researchers.
Web of Science is constantly updating with new functionality. A newly enhanced Author Search intuitively guides you to ‘Author Records’ that provide a set of publications linked to a single person. This new search will help you easily find your researchers and their publications in Web of Science Core Collection – regardless of how common their name or how their name may be presented in different publications over time. Search for a name and find a person.
In celebration of Open Access week, we explore the publication trends in Open Access publishing as well as the trends in bibliometric impact that different types of Open Access publication possess. In recent years Open Access has been expected to enable and accelerate research and discovery. Already many research funders and enablers have endorsed proposals to widen Open Access. Watch the webinar to explore these ideas.
The Global State of Peer Review report combines rich and extensive data from Publons, ScholarOne and Web of Science. The report brings together novel results of a survey of 12k+ global researchers and highlights statistics and insight to uncover the future direction of peer review.
Since 2013, Clarivate Analytics has collaborated with the Chinese Academy of Sciences to highlight the hottest fields in science utilising Essential Science Indicators (ESI) Research Fronts. This methodology was actually developed in the 70’s by the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) and is used daily by researchers and entrepreneurs for horizon scanning. In this webinar, we will explore how to find and use research fronts and how you can calculate your own fronts using Web of Science data.
Web of Science is constantly updating with new content. More excitingly, our development team is consistently adding new features to the search engine to improve the functionality and usability of Web of Science. • Learn about ‘All Database’ enhancement and getting the most out of your citation connections. • Get a first look at the Impact Factors for 2019. • Learn about the new export functionalities now available in the Web of Science.
With Web of Science ResearcherID on Publons, researchers can now build and showcase a more complete profile of their research impact, as well as effortlessly track verified records of their peer review history and journal editing work right alongside their publications and citations.
Highlighting limitations in using a single research metric.