This session is intended to provide an introduction to APIs as well as suggest practical methods to get started using APIs. Join our experts to learn more about: • What are APIs? • API use cases (data integration based and project based) • How to use Web of Science APIs (including Journals APIs) • API licenses available to clients • A demo of Web of Science’s technical API toolkits, including WoS Expanded API Excel Converter tool
The new 2021 JCR edition features refinements and additions to the journal intelligence platform’s existing store of resources. Join our webinar to find out more about how these enhancements expand the JCR’s coverage of journal literature to reflect the full breadth of research covered in all the journals in the Web of Science Core Collection. Along with its wider coverage, the new JCR also includes a new metric, the Journal Citation Indicator, adding more depth, insight and context to the JCR’s range of measures.
Globalisation of science is becoming increasingly prominent, and the number of nodes and ties in the network has substantially increased over time. Join our webinar to discuss the rise in significance of global university rankings and the history of rankings. We will provide some context to better understand some of the major ranking systems.
This webinar will include a live demonstration of various API’s and specific use cases. The live demonstrations of API’s will cover:
APIs, or Application Programming Interfaces, don’t have to be unapproachable for the data-minded librarian or researcher. This session is intended to provide an introduction to APIs as well as suggest practical methods to get started using APIs.
Clarivate hosted an insightful Q&A discussion with Dr Gali Halevi, the new Director at the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) who shared her ideas and insights on the challenges faced by researchers and organisations working toward inclusive research across diverse groups.
At Clarivate, we are committed to supporting the research community’s efforts to practice research more responsibly, and to promoting more responsible use of metrics in research evaluation. Research integrity in publishing is an important topic that is not often taught to researchers through their institution or by publishers. Although it is an important topic to help researchers improve their skills and knowledge, making them better researchers, peer reviewers and journal editorial board members.
Evaluation for program accountability is challenging. Especially where the research process may be poorly understood, where outputs cannot be predicted in advance, outcomes may be far into the future and causality is difficult to establish. In addition, the trends and methods are changing rapidly. In this webinar we will discuss these trends, explore how your peers are overcoming these challenges and how to create a robust program evaluation at your organization.
In the latest itineration of the Highly Cited Researchers (HCR) list, Clarivate has identified 81 HCRs with a Singapore primary affiliation. 88% of the Highly Cited Papers published by these HCRs were when they were affiliated to a Singapore organization, rather than their previous works elsewhere. This means the local research ecosystem has supported the creation of these impactful works over the past decade. With the high number of HCRs from Singapore, the next milestone to look forward is for Singapore to soon welcome her first Nobel Laureate. To that end, Clarivate has since 2002 released an annual list of global researchers that are “Nobel Class”. Dubbed as Citation Laureates, to date 59 of them went on to win the Nobel prize, 29 of them within 2 years of being listed. Join our webinar with Professor Andy Hor, Professor Barry Halliwell, David Pendlebury and Inn Beng Lee as they walk through and unveil insights of Singapore journey towards achieving research excellence, and global recognition of research impact.