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The Web of Science and NCitation Indexing THOMSON SCIE TIFIC Origins: • Dr. Eugene Garfield: a pioneer in the field of information science and scientific communication. His vision: using cited reference searching as a basis for scientific and scholarly discovery. Dr. Garfield’s 1955 article in Science introduced citation indexes as a new type of classification tool -- Use a citation as a search term (instead of a keyword) and as a way to follow the “development path” of an idea.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Evolution of the citation index and research evaluation using citations 1960’s -> Science Citation Index Print 1970’s -> Sci. Search, Social. Sci. Search 1980’s -> CD-ROM version, A&HCI Late 1990’s -> Web of Science
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Web of Science Diversity Quality • Diversity: Truly Multidisciplinary – All fields of research are included in over 200 categories – 8, 600+ journals total § Over 6, 100 titles in the hard sciences alone (SCIe) § Social sciences – 1790 titles § Arts & humanities – 1125 titles
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Web of Science Diversity Quality • Quality: Evaluated, Selected Content – Every Web of Science journal is individually selected for influence within its respective discipline. – Our selection criteria is unbiased, impartial, time-tested. § We are “Publisher-Neutral”, evaluating research – Commercial, Society, Open Access publications, etc.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC A closer look: Journal Selection Process Why be selective? – Economically impractical to cover everything – Analysis of citation data has shown that a core of 2, 000 journals account for about 85% of all that is published and 95% of what is cited. – However this core is not static, and additional journals must be included. Thomson Scientific covers this expanded core of journals and enhances it with coverage of hot disciplines that may become main-stream in the future. Additional journals are indexed to provide a broad and even distribution of data across all disciplines and geographic regions.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC A closer look: Journal Selection Process Thomson Scientifics editorial staff review around 2, 000 new journals annually. 10 -12% of these journals are added to the collection. Existing database constantly monitored to ensure that journals are maintaining high standards Many factors, are taken into account: • Basic publishing standards – – Timeliness Follows publishing conventions English language bibliographic information Peer Review • Editorial content – Will it enrich the database? – Is it a hot topic? • International diversity of authorship • Citation analysis – Impact Factor, Immediacy index – How the journal compares to other journals in its field – Citation analysis of editorial board
The Web of Science and NCitation Indexing THOMSON SCIE TIFIC The Impact Factor can be considered to represent how many times an average article was cited in the previous 2 years How was the 2003 Impact Factor of “Journal-X” calculated? A = Total number of times all journals published in 2003 cited articles published in Journal-X in 2001 -2002 B = Number of articles published by Journal-X in 2001 -2002 Impact Factor = A/B Considered by many to be the de-facto method to evaluate journals, but must be used with care as journal citation data should be used in context and other factors taken into consideration. Another tool for journal evaluation is the Immediacy Index which represents how many times the average article is cited within it’s year of publication. The Immediacy Index can provide valuable insight to just how cutting edge a journal is
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Web of Science Diversity Quality Unique Data: unique capabilities – Capture of Author Cited References over 55 years provides for methods of discovery that are simply not possible elsewhere. – Navigate “Cited References” and “Times Cited” backward and forward in time across decades of research. – Find articles that cannot be found through traditional free-text searching techniques
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Citation Navigation From just a single record within the Web of Science, expand your search by simply following the links designed to drive discovery. 2004 2003 Times Cited 2004 Cited References Related Records 2001 2000 1998 2004 1993 2002 Citing 1999 … moving Backward in time via Cited References, Forward in time via Times Cited, and expand your search with Related Records. 1994
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Citation Index - The Value Add • The language of science is always changing, concepts and terminology continue to evolve • Free-text searching alone will never maximize retrieval of critical information… For Example, the early research connecting HIV to AIDS actually referred to the virus using two different terms. Neither term was “HIV” LAV Human Immunodeficiency virus HIV (in Europe) HTLV-III (the world) (in USA) 1983 1987 Present
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Web of Science Diversity Quality Unique Data Depth • Depth! – Coverage back to 1945 in the Sciences, to 1956 in the Social Sciences, to 1975 in Arts & Humanities – 1900 -1944 Back files in Development! ** Current information is of course critical. However, access to an archive of influential research is absolutely important. ** Impact of previous findings, even decades old, may be very significant. One must retain the resources necessary to make these assessments.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Navigate through citations to find all the key steps for any discovery.
Web of Science Backfiles THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Five or ten years of backfiles only begins to tap the wealth of information accessible through General and Cited Reference search and navigation. Clearly researchers are still heavily citing papers from more than 20, 30, 40 years ago – and even longer.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Web of Science Over 200 disciplines Diversity covered in over 8, 600 journals Editorial selection Quality of core high impact journals Over 55 years of Unique Author Data Citation information Coverage back to 1945 in the Depth hard sciences Unmatched Elsewhere No other resource offers the level of selectivity and editorial quality found within Web of Science journal content Unavailable Elsewhere Access to such a diverse, deep, influential collection with navigable cited reference links across 55+ years
Web of T H O M S O N 7. 0 –EHome. C Page Redesign Science S C I N T I F I Easy to use and intuitive interface, can use with little or no instruction
Web of Science 7. 0 THOMSON SCIENTIFIC . New - “Term Lists” provide userfriendly assistance in defining and adding terms to the search. New – General Search Author “ field. “Group
T H O M S O N Reference. I Search Cited S C I E N T I F C To be truly comprehensive in your search efforts, the Cited Reference Search is essential in that it can retrieve information often missed through use of Key-words alone.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Advanced Search option is available for those comfortable with “command line” style search queries. New fields Search History presents a simple “Combine Sets” option for fine-tuning results.
Search Results THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Search over 34 million records since 1945. Easily navigate Thousands of Records, Deep into the Web of Science back file. Enhanced “Mark” features.
New --M S O N S C I E N T I F I C Results Analysis Tool THO Recognize trends and access subsets by: Author Document Type Institution Language Publication Years Source Titles Journal Categories Refine results like never before.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Complete bibliographic information in an easy to read format.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Integration & Navigation, key advantages of the Web of Knowledge Platform. Link to the publisher’s full-text, other external resources
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Integration & Navigation, key advantages of the Web of Knowledge Platform. Expand your search to other resources available within the ISI Web of Knowledge
THOM ON SCI NTIFIC Navigate. Sthrough. Ecitations. Follow the research pathways to get a comprehensive history of a breakthrough. Use related records to expand your search. Current Contents Connect Go to Current Contents Connect CC Connect Table-of-Contents Go to BIOSIS Previews Journal Citation Reports
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC For Related Records; Web of Science 7. 0 presents the number of references shared by related papers – a proven method for gauging relevance. Current Contents Connect Go to Current Contents Connect CC Connect Table-of-Contents Go to BIOSIS Previews Journal Citation Reports
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC New - Citation Alert! The Web of Science includes a vast number of influential papers. Take advantage of the depth of this resource. Should a record seem especially relevant, Web of Science 7. 0 allows the user to quickly and Easily create a Citation Alert – receive an automated e -mail alert every time this article is cited.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC At the end of the search session, there a number of options presented for handling of Marked Records.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Export directly to Bibliographic Management Tools such as End. Note, Reference Manager and Procite
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC ISI Proceedings ØMultidisciplinary, international coverage Ø 70% unique (monographic sources not in Web of Science) Derwent Innovations Index Ø Patents are becoming an integral part of the scientific communication process, especially in biotechnology, genetic engineering, drug development, and nanotechnology Ø Patents are important across the institution – research departments, administration, as well as technology transfer groups
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Current Contents Connect High quality content, powerful and flexible searching functions, browsing of Tables of Contents and Alerting Compliments other Web of Knowledge resources, to provide the ideal current awareness tool.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC e. First articles contain bibliographic information for articles before their official inclusion in the latest issue of the Journal. Typically, these articles appear in the "advance publication" sections of electronic journals. Complete articles, searchable, linkable and full text is available 1000+ journals available now
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Personalize your Web of Knowledge home page by adding links to your favorite journals With a single click, you can access the Table of Contents of the latest issue!
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Full Text Access is just two clicks away The most important research – all customized on ones personalized home page. Alerting is also available. Have the latest Table of Contents e-mailed to you automatically!
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Find pre-selected relevant web sites, view brief abstracts of the web sites content. Quickly and easily find highly relevant web sites.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Your original query is run against the e. Search. SM database of full-text web documents. Because the web-sites are selected using our stringent selection criteria, the content is trustworthy and search results have far higher relevance than traditional web search engines.
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Journal Citation Reports 3. 0 Determine relative influence of journals within their subject categories Totally unique tool to discover relationships between journals through citation patterns
Journal. SCitation N T I F I C 3. 0 T H O M O N S C I E Reports Explore relationships with other journals through “Cited” and “Citing” data Now displayed graphically, easy to differentiate self citations
Journal. SCitation N T I F I C 3. 0 T H O M O N S C I E Reports Additional links help put data in context Link to the Scope Note for a description of the JCR Journal Category Link to the Journal Summary List for this JCR Journal Category
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC HOSTED CONTENT via ISI Web of Knowledge Carefully selected premier databases Easy to use and intuitive interface All the power and functionality of ISI Web of Knowledge Linking Citation sharing Cross. Searching Alerting Personalization
Hosted Content O MWeb of. C Knowledgesm Partners TH – SON S IENTIFIC Life Sciences Biology Ecology Biochemistry Zoology Environment Biomedicine Pharmacology Biotechnology … and more Biotechnology Food safety Food science Functional & novel foods Additives Nutrition Packaging and more… Agriculture & Applied Life Sciences Crop Protection Forestry Veterinary Science Human Nutrition Natural Resource Mgmt Horticulture …and more
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THOM ON SCIEN The Web of Knowledge. SArchive. T I F I C Journals Technical & Serials Reports Conference Proceedings Dissertations Books Patents 1969 1963 1945 1880 1990 1973 1969
THOM ON SCIEN The Web of Knowledge. SArchive. T I F I C Journal Coverage Web of Science 1945 Science Social Science Arts & Humanities 8, 600 Psyc. Info 1880 Psychology and Psychiatry 16, 000+ BIOSIS Previews 1969 Life Sciences 9, 300 Additional Resources, carefully selected, will follow. Medline Late 2004 CAB Abstracts 1973 Agriculture and Applied Life Sciences 12, 342 INSPEC 1969 Physics Electr Eng Computing 14, 075 FSTA 1969 Food Science and Technology 14, 590 To Date: Combined Web of Knowledge resources provide access to over 16, 000 journals and serials.
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THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Question & Answers Q. There are many different journal lists which is the right one to use? A. The “ISI Master List”, which is sometimes known as the “Philadelphia List”, is the list of all the journals that are indexed by Thomson Scientific in all products. There are some 8, 900 journals in the ISI Master List, 300 or so more than the combined source lists of the 3 citation indices that make up the Web of Science. The Science Citation Index come in two versions, SCI (used for print and CD) is around 3, 400 journals and SCI expanded used for Sci. Search and Web of Science is 6, 100 journals. As outlined earlier, the inclusion of a journal in the list does not necessarily mean it is a the best journal in its field and other factors should be considered. See the following URL for more information: http: //www. isinet. com/essays/
THOMSON SCIENTIFIC Question & Answers Q. How do I apply to have a Journal indexed by Thomson Scientific A. Thomson Scientific needs at least three consecutive current issues to complete an evaluation. For details of the application procedure see the following URL: http: //www. isinet. com/selection/ Thomson Scientific does monitor the publishing and research communities for new journals and journals that have significantly improved in recent times, therefore journals may be proactively selected for inclusion.