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Web of Knowledge. January 2008 Coffee Break Info Session Tomas Allen. Web of Knowledge . See Handout Page : . Web of Science: Coverage. 6034 major science journals across 150 disciplines 1764 social science journals across 50 disciplines 1121 journals in the arts & humanities.

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web of knowledge

Web of Knowledge

January 2008

Coffee Break Info Session

Tomas Allen

web of knowledge3
Web of Knowledge

See Handout Page :

web of science coverage
Web of Science: Coverage
  • 6034 major science journals across 150 disciplines
  • 1764 social science journals across 50 disciplines
  • 1121 journals in the arts & humanities

See Handout Page : 4

uses of citation databases
Uses of Citation Databases
  • Your own publications:
    • Find out who is citing your research – measure the impact of your research
    • Valuable for evaluation, promotion, and grant applications?
  • Any publications:
    • Trace development & reception of ideas
    • Especially valuable for trans-discipline tracking

See Handout Page : 4

tracking citations forward
Tracking citations forward

?

1994

1982

1988

?

1991

1985

Known paper

1980

?

2003

1980

1985

1990

1995

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Click on Times Cited to see documents that have cited this article.

Click on CitedReferencesto see a list of documents that these authors cited

See Handout Page : 16

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Times Cited

See Handout Page : 19

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Traditional search

  • Cited reference search

2002 paper

1999 paper

1987 paper

1976 paper

1995

1995

1992 paper

1992 paper

1982 paper

1982 paper

1957 paper

1957 paper

See Handout Page : 24

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Notice how same article is cited differently

Notice that this paper has been cited several different ways.

Notice the error in

Volume Number.

See Handout Page : 26

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Truncation
  • Truncation can be used in a number of different ways. Truncate the end of a word in order to retrieve all mentions of the word (singular and plural). In cases of irregular plurals, or to retrieve all forms of a root word, use the asterisk (*) to retrieve more than one character. Use internal truncation or wildcard characters to retrieve alternate or British spellings of words. Truncate after at least three characters.
  • ? = one character only
  • $ = zero or one character
  • * = zero or more characters

See Handout Page : 13

other uses
Other Uses
  • E-mailing Records ;
  • Printing Records ;
  • Exporting Records to Bibliographic ; Management Software ;
  • Save Histories ;
  • Create Alerts ;
  • Find Related Articles ;
  • Find Authors (and Co-Authors) Addresses ;
  • Analyze the trends in literature.

See Handout Manual

journal impact factor
Journal Impact Factor
  • measures the frequency with which the "average article" in a journal has been cited in a particular year.
  • is calculated by dividing the number of current citations to articles published in the two previous years by the total number of articles published in the two previous years.
26 august 2004
26 August 2004

Chinese researchers reported this January that the strain of the bird flu virus involved, known as H5N1, had infected pigs. This is a cause for concern, as some virologists believe that previous human flu pandemics, such as the one in 1918 that killed millions, originated in pigs. Yet neither the World Health Organization (WHO) nor the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) was aware of the results when they were published. Last week both groups were hurriedly trying to get the papers translated.

thank you
Thank You!
  • More training on the WoK site
  • http://www.scientific.thomson.com/support/recordedtraining/wok/
  • Please email to
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