Tag Archives: citations

How to track citations / impact factor tools

One of our most popular blog posts is How to track citations – Google Scholar vs. Web of Science This post aims to be an updated and expanded version! How to track citations – Web of Science, Google Scholar and … Continue reading

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How to analyse citations with Scholarometer or Publish or Perish

An earlier post examined how to track citations with Google Scholar and Web of Science. However, there are free tools that let you do even more sophisticated analysis of these citations: Scholarometer and Publish or Perish. The statistics they produce … Continue reading

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How to track citations – Google Scholar vs. Web of Science

Citation tracking has become increasingly recognised as a way to assess the impact of articles in scholarly journals. Below we compare two of the most popular tools for tracking citations. Many thanks to Juliet Ralph and Angela Carritt for their … Continue reading

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How to Use EndNote and RefWorks

EndNote and RefWorks are types of reference management software. They allow you to save, organise and use the references that are so important to academic research. Both are very good options for managing references. They are widely supported and allow … Continue reading

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