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Citation database. Includes the ability to do citation searching.
Once you set up a profile and add your articles, you can view citation counts and h-index.
Once you set up a profile and add your publications, you can see the number of citations to your articles and altmetrics data. Citation data is pulled from Crossref.org and altmetrics data is provided by Almetrics.com.
Citation analysis, at its most basic, is simply counting the number of times an article has been cited in other publications. The USA Libraries have a number of resources that can help you do this, and there several that are publicly available as well.
Citation counts for authors listed in Scopus go back several years. To find them:
- Choose Authors
- If you have an ORCID ID, use the ORCID ID search; this will give you only the author you are looking for.
- If you do not have an ORCID ID, enter the author's last name and first initial, if you have it. Some names are really common, so if you have an institutional affiliation, enter it, and click on Search.
- Click on the name of the author you are interested in.
- This displays an author profile which includes the author h-index, number of documents by that author, and total citations to that author's works..
- TIP: The graph you see does not, for some authors, cover all years of their publications; instead, to see citation counts broken out by year, choose View citation overview from the right next to Total Citations.