Are you looking for a simple way to search all the content that you have access to? Simply use the All Database functionality to search the databases available on new Web of Science, which include Web of Science Core Collection, Biological Abstracts, BIOSIS Citation Index, BIOSIS Previews, Chinese Science Citation Database, KCI-Korean Journal Database, Medline, Russian Science Citation Index, SciELO, and Zoological Records. You can easily access all the articles across the platform that cite your article-of-interest by clicking on the Citations count from the search results or article page.
As you are browsing through all collections, you will be able to have the complete view of all citations across the platform by using the citation breakdown. This feature is especially useful when expanding or narrowing your search of related content. For example, if you were viewing an article in Web of Science Core Collection and wanted to understand its impact within a specific region or subject matter, you could expand the All Database Citations count and select the citations from BIOSIS Citation Index or Chinese Science Citation Database.
KCI-Korean Journal Database
KCI-Korean Journal Database is now available to provide feedback. All of the multidisciplinary content from Korea as provided by the National Research Foundation of Korea is now accessible within new Web of Science. You may continue to search using both English and Korean terms. Links to read the full-length article as hosted at the KCI site are also provided.
The user experience has been improved by streamlining the dual language presentation of the search results as well as adding a new one-click search for author keywords, KCI-Korean Journal Database Categories, and Research areas.
Russian Science Citation Index
Russian Science Citation Index is now available to provide feedback. All of the content from the core Russian science, technology, medical, and education journals as carefully selected and provided by the Scientific Electronic Library (eLIBRARY.RU) is now accessible within new Web of Science. You may continue to search using both English and Russian terms. Links to read the full-length article as hosted at the eLibrary.ru site are also provided.
The user experience has been improved by streamlining the dual language presentation of the search results as well as adding a new one-click search for author keywords (in both Russian and English), RSCI Categories, and Research areas.
Export in plain text
A generic export format, Export to Plain Text File, is now available for those customers. This export option complements the previously released Export to EndNote Desktop and Export to EndNote Web. You may export a set of search results, a set of records from Marked List, or specific records.
Medline Chemical Thesaurus
With this release, we have migrated the Medline Chemical thesaurus so that you can easily browse the list of controlled vocabulary of chemical and drug terms that were applied by Medline indexers. You can learn more about about specific terms before you add them to your queries.
Improvements to previously released functionality
Based on your feedback, we have moved the link to execute an Advanced search. Because the Advanced search applies to documents, it can now be found on the Document tab.
Exact search toggle
Based on your feedback, we have added a toggle to the advanced search form that will turn off lemmatization and/or stemming to exactly match your search query. This can be helpful if you do not want the search engine to either ignore the last few letters of the query (so that you see both plural and singular versions of your search word) or your search term expanded to its core word (ie, a search for “mouse” would also return results for “mice”) for most comprehensive results.
Early Access filter for search results
Currently, Web of Science allows early access content (articles that are published ahead of print and available online before they have been assigned a volume, issue, or page number) to be discovered by either the publication year of the early access version or the publication year of the final version. To make it easier to find or to exclude early access content, we have introduced a new early access filter that can find the most recent articles or to remove articles still in press for reporting purposes.
Thank you all for your support and we are looking forward to work together to bring a better WoS to all our users.
The WoS Product Team