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  1. WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PLATFORMYOUR GUIDE THROUGH THE WORLD OF RESEARCH Vojislav Milovanovic Novi sad,May 2012

  2. Agenda Web of Knowledge platform Web of Science – philosophy, added value Web of Science journal selection process Search and Navigation in the Web of Knowledge Book Citation Index Questions, comments

  3. Web of Knowledge • 20 million individual users • 150,000 users every day • > 3,500 institutional users • > 23,000 journals • > 90 million records Web of Knowledge is Thomson Reuters’ core platform for Scientific & Scholarly Research services. Web of Knowledge includes a single de-duplicated database (>91 million records) of all the resources and it includes a unique subject classification scheme across all records. Web of Knowledge is integrated with other Thomson Reuters productivity tools such as EndNote Web and ResearcherID to support the entire research cycle.

  4. Web of Knowledge resources include: Web of Science (with Conference Proceedings) BIOSIS Previews BIOSIS Citation Index Biological Abstracts Zoological Record Derwent Innovations Index Journal Citation Reports Essential Science Indicators • Web of Knowledge • 20 million individual users • 150,000 users every day • > 3,500 institutional users • > 23,000 journals • > 90 million records • Chinese Science Citation Database • FSTA - Food Science & Technology Abstracts • CAB Abstracts • MEDLINE • INSPEC • EndNote Web • ResearcherID

  5. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CITATION INDEX Concept first developed by Dr Eugene Garfield Science, 1955 The Science Citation Index (1961) SCI print (1960’s) On-line with SciSearch in the 1970’s CD-ROM in the 1980’s Web interface (1997) Web of Science Content enhanced: Science Citation Index – Expanded (SCI-E) Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI) Arts & Humanities Citation Index (AHCI) Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI) Book Citation Index (2011)

  6. WHY THE WEB OF SCIENCE? • Research information and assessment • Efficient, Quality Current Awareness within all disciplines • Where should I publish? • Citation-tracking capabilities across decades • Comparison, Allotment of grants, Finding peer institutions • Compare worldwide research using transparent and globally accepted criteria • Creating analyses based on global standards • Being part of the world’s global research community • Research trends and output expertise on • Country level, Institutional level, Personal/Author level, Journal level

  7. Web of Science – key benefits Depth &Consistency QualityData Diversity DiscoveryTools Authority • Evaluated authoritative content • Thomson Reuters specialists evaluate journals to ensure that the content is authoritative and trustworthy • We provide independent evaluation of all types of journal • Journals from commercial publishers • Academic society journals • Open Access journals • Electronic only journals etc.

  8. Web of Science – key benefits Depth &Consistency QualityData Diversity DiscoveryTools Authority • Truly Multidisciplinary • Journals are selected to provide coverage of all fields of scholarly research • 12,996 journals in 250 subject categories • 8,368 journals in the hard sciences • Social sciences – 2,978 journals • Arts & humanities –1,650 journals • More than 12,000 conferences annually. Unmatched coverage. • >50 million unique records (largest citation database) • > 6.5 million conference proceedings records • For up to date info see: http://wokinfo.com/realfacts/

  9. THE DATATHOMSON REUTERS WEB OF SCIENCE World’s largest bibliographic database & citation index 50 millon papers 800 millioncitations Multidisciplinary 250 categories covering Science, Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities 110 years consistent coverage Articles: (1898 – 2012) Citations: (1898 – 2012) Content Journal publications Conference proceedings papers Books (Joined Web of Science in October 2011) Updatedweekly Exclusively hosted on Web of Knowledge platform

  10. Coverage

  11. THOMSON REUTERSJOURNAL SELECTION POLICY • Publishing Standards • Peer review, Editorial conventions • Editorial content • Addition to knowledge in specific subject field • Diversity • International, regional influence of authors, editors, advisors • Citation analysis • Editors and authors’ prior work • Thomson Reuters journalselectionprocess: Journals: http://thomsonreuters.com/products_services/science/free/essays/journal_selection_process/ Proceedings: http://wokinfo.com/products_tools/multidisciplinary/webofscience/cpci/cpciessay/ Books: http://wokinfo.com/media/pdf/BKCI-SelectionEssay_web.pdf

  12. WEB OF SCIENCE JOURNAL SELECTION POLICY • Approx. 2.500 journals evaluated annually • 10-12% accepted • Thomson Reuters editors • Information professionals • Librarians • Experts in the literature of their subject area Journal ‘quality’ Web of Science Journals under evaluation

  13. GLOBAL RESEARCH REPRESENTATION WEB OF SCIENCE COVERAGE

  14. North America > 967 institutions 2 countries Europe, Middle East and Africa > 3.656 institutions > 51 countries Latin America > 269 institutions > 11 countries Asia- Pacific > 770 institutions > 18 countries GLOBAL RESEARCH COMMUNITYUSING WEB OF SCIENCE • 6.000+ Research institutions • 90+ countries

  15. Web of Science – key benefits Depth &Consistency QualityData Diversity DiscoveryTools Authority • A vast archive of important research. Coverage from 1900 in the Sciences and Social Sciences and from 1975 in the Arts and Humanities. • All content has been indexed by Thomson Reuters and consequently the data is highly accurate and consistent throughout with a minimum of gaps • An essential requirement for trend analysis and accurate calculation of research evaluation metrics such as the h-index • All journals indexed cover-cover every item gets a unique record. • Have confidence that you are accurately searching the available materials

  16. Web of Science – key benefits Depth &Consistency QualityData Diversity DiscoveryTools Authority Century of Science Science Citation Index 8058 Titles 1945 1900 SSCI 2658 Titles Century of Social Sciences 1956 1900 A&HCI 1,530 Titles 1975 CPCI 1990

  17. Web of Science – key benefits Depth &Consistency QualityData Diversity DiscoveryTools Authority • Thomson Reuters captures all formal Cited References for allrecords • All author names captured, including the full name when available • Authors are linked to addresses making the affiliation clear • All addresses are captured and addresses are standardized for easy searching • Funding Acknowledgements are captured for easy identification of grant based research and commercial interests Funding Acknowledgements and some other features are not available on the full archive.

  18. Web of Science – key benefits Depth &Consistency QualityData Diversity DiscoveryTools Authority • Searching and navigation via citations to discover unique research and evaluate the impact of research • Visualization & reporting tools help identify trends and generate reports • Analyze & Refine tools, Citation Report, Citation Map • Integration with Web of Knowledge resources to aid the entire research cycle • EndNote Web, ResearcherID

  19. Web of Science – key benefits Depth &Consistency QualityData Diversity DiscoveryTools Authority A unique resource! No other scholarly information resource offers the same level of high quality, authoritativeand trustworthy content with advanced searching capabilities covering 110 years of multidisciplinary and consistent coverage

  20. Document Types - Cover to Cover Indexing All Files Article Bibliography Biographical Item Book Review Correction Database Review Editorial Material Hardware Review Letter Meeting Abstract News Item Proceedings Paper Reprint Review Software Review Arts & Humanities Only Art Exhibit Review Dance Performance Review Excerpt Fiction Creative Prose Film Review Music Performance Review Music Score Music Score Review Poetry Record Review Script Theater Review TV Review Radio Review

  21. All author names are indexed and searchable.Although full names appear in the display, search last name and first initial for best results. The complete author abstract is indexed and searchable. Author Keywords are indexed when included with the published item. KeyWords Plus are harvested from the titles of the cited references. Author affiliations are indexed when available with the published item. From 2007, authors are linked to address via superscript. Articles written by authors who have established profiles in Researcher ID link to these profiles. Funding Agency, Grant Number, and Funding Acknowledgement captured from 2008 onwards.

  22. Cited References in blue are linked to full records. (Limited by your subscribed data years.) Cited References in plain text are citations to items outside of your coverage; to items not indexed in Web of Science (books, etc.); or to items that have been cited incorrectly by the author (cited reference variants.)

  23. Mobile and Remote Access • Mobile devices • Search the Web of Knowledge from a mobile device • m.webofknowledge.com • Access outside of institutional network • 6 months roaming access outside of institutional IP range • webofknowledge.com • Log in using Web of Knowledge profile credentials

  24. Search Page and Limits

  25. Search Fields

  26. Truncation Note: the $ cannot be used within quotation marks (i.e. “colo$r theory”) when lemmatization is turned on.

  27. Boolean Operators

  28. Proximity Operators

  29. LEMMATIZATION run, runs, ran and running are forms of the same lexeme, with run as the lemma. • Examples: • frog/frogs • mouse/mice • color/colour • loud/louder/loudest • run/running/ran

  30. FULL RESULT COUNTSNO MAXIMUM ON ‘ANALYZE RESULTS’

  31. LEFT-HAND TRUNCATION

  32. LEFT-HAND TRUNCATION

  33. ABSTRACT PREVIEW

  34. ABSTRACT PREVIEW

  35. CITATION COUNTS USING WEB OF KNOWLEDGE VALUES

  36. WEB OF KNOWLEDGECITATION BREAKDOWN TABLE 36

  37. About Citation Reports • Use to quickly see citations over a period of time to a set of publications • Provide aggregate citation statistics for a set of search results • Graphs that show publication activity and citation activity by year • Average citations per item and average times cited per year • H-index • Remove self-citing papers • Possible for sets of 10,000 records or fewer • Note: Marked Lists sets limited to 5,000 records

  38. Author search

  39. Author search results

  40. Citation Report

  41. H-index

  42. Citation Counts

  43. Output Citation Report data

  44. To view additional recorded training visit our website: http://scientific.thomsonreuters.com/training/ • If you have questions contact the training team: http://scientific.thomsonreuters.com/support/training/contacttraining/

  45. COMPLETING THERESEARCH PICTURE:ADDING BOOKS TO WEB OF SCIENCESM

  46. The Book Citation Index, within Web of Science • Science and Social Science and Humanities-- coverage includes publications back to 2005 • Content will be comprised of scholarly books, both electronic and print, that present fully referenced articles of original research, or reviews of the literature. • Both multi-authored and single-authored • Series and non-series • Encyclopedias, Reference Books generally not included, though graduate level texts may be considered. • Full indexing of Books and individually-authored Book Chapters. • Capture of all fundamental bibliographicinformation as well as author cited references.

  47. Commercial, Society, University press participation -- • Our Acquisitions efforts are still in full stride and havebeen under way for some time. • We first approached Commercial publishers, such as Wiley-Blackwell and Springer, given the sheer volume of material which they produce along with our solid, longstanding relationships with this group. • Society and University presses followed, and these groups are particularly important to our Social Science and Arts & Humanities coverage. • Links to full text from the Book Citation Index is a priorityas well, as it is for all Web of Science content. • We will of course employ primary mechanisms suchas the DOI and OpenUrl. Links from OPAC systems as well. • We are also in conversations with e-bookaggregators to establish direct links to collections.

  48. Commercial and Society presses agreeing to contribute, so far -- Geological Society UK Geological Society US Hoover Institute IFP Energies nouvelles IGI Global Intellect Ltd IOS Press John Benjamins Karger Maney Publishing Martin Woodhead/Chandos Mary Ann Liebert ME Sharpe Palgrave Macmillan Pan-Stanford Psychology Press Routledge Royal Society of Chemistry SIAM Springer Wageningen Wiley-Blackwell World Scientific Publishing American Geophysical Union American Society for Microbiology Annual Reviews Brill CABI Cold Spring Harbor Press CRC Press CSIRO Publishers De Gruyter East-West Center Edward Elgar Emerald Publishing European Respiratory Society

  49. University presses agreeing to contribute, so far -- Purdue University Press University of Adelaide Press University of Alaska University of British Columbia Press University of Colorado University of Minnesota Press University of North Carolina University of Pennsylvania Press University of California Press Utah State University Press Wilfrid Laurier University Press Athabasca University Australia National University Press Cambridge University Press Edinburgh University Press Fordham University Gallaudet University Press McGill-Queen’s University Press MIT Press Monash University Press Nottingham University Press Princeton University Press

  50. To Date: • Social Sciences + Arts & Humanities 58% • Natural Sciences 42%