Launched in 2015, Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) covers over 7,500 journals and makes it easier to discover research in the social sciences and humanities, get a more complete picture of researcher and institutional output, and expand your view of research globally. Join this session to learn more about the upcoming changes for ESCI content and backfiles.
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.
Food Science and Technology Abstracts (FSTA) è la banca dati più importante per la ricerca relativa alle scienze dell'alimentazione e della salute. Analisi delle citazioni, contenuti ad accesso aperto, schemi di categorizzazioni comuni e tanto altro ancora: scopri perché meglio usare FSTA sulla piattaforma Web of Science!
Lanciato nel 2015, Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) copre oltre 7.500 riviste. ESCI rende più facile scoprire la ricerca nelle scienze sociali e umanistiche, ottenere un quadro più completo della produzione dei ricercatori e delle istituzioni, ed espandere la visione della ricerca a livello globale. Partecipa a questa sessione per saperne di più sui prossimi cambiamenti per i contenuti e i backfile di ESCI.
La sessione fornirà un'introduzione e metodi pratici per iniziare a usare le API. Partecipa per saperne di più su: Cosa sono le API? Come usare le API di Web of Science (incluso Journals API) Licenze API disponibili Una demo degli strumenti tecnici API di Web of Science, incluso WoS Expanded API Excel Converter
In this webinar, Clarivate experts are joined by Patrick Devos (Universite de Lille) to share insights into the SDG research landscape and provide an overview of methodologies that currently exist to map research publications to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
From developing an innovative research strategy to assessing the impact of your organization, the Web of Science combines trusted content and advanced analytics to help navigate the dynamic engineering research landscape, accelerate breakthroughs, solve societal challenges and make an impact on a global stage.
In today’s interconnected world, science is a team sport. As the size of the scientific research community continues to grow, researchers strive to accelerate the discovery process and address complex research questions in a competitive environment. But alongside many benefits, the increasingly interdisciplinary and geographically dispersed collaboration networks that power modern research pose new challenges for research managers and university leaders looking to recruit and develop talent. Without a well-defined approach to talent identification, decision-makers risk missing opportunities to identify “rising star” investigators and rapidly growing fields of research that best correspond to their institution’s vision for the future. In this webinar, Clarivate’s expert consultant will discuss novel approaches to talent identification and share best practices drawn from work with clients across academia and government.