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Citation Analysis Resources

This series of videos from Thomson Reuters demonstrates how to use Web of Science for citation analysis.

Video Tutorials

Citation Report and the h-Index.  video

Citation Sources in the Web of Science.  video

What is Cited Reference Search?  video

How to Do a Cited Reference Search.  video

Citation Alerts.  video

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This video from the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library at Yale demonstrates how to use Scopus for citation analysis.

Video Tutorial

Citation Analysis with Scopus.  video | html

 

The MLibrary Citation Analysis Guide provides in-depth information on this process in a variety of resources.

 

Impact Factors Resources

Scopus can be accessed here or from the THL website.

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Video Tutorial

How to Find an Author's h-index in Scopus.  video | iPhone | iPod

Journal Citation Report can be accessed here on the "Additional Resources" tab of ISI Web of Knowledge or from the THL website.

Video Tutorial

Learn how to use Journal Citation Report to find the impact factors of journals in a specific subject field or by title, ranked by impact factor.

Finding Journal Impact Factors Using Journal Citation Reports.  video

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