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Web of Knowledge


Workflow solution
for the research community



University of
Nizwa
, September 2012




Dr. Uwe Wendland

Country Manager Turkey, Middle East & Africa


Agenda


A brief history of Thomson Reuters’ Citation Indexes

Overview of existing customers

The Web of Knowledge / Web of Science Philosophy

Web of Science


How does it work?

Q & A

1960 1965
1970 1975 1980
1985
1990 1995 2000 2005 2008 2009 2011



Thomson Reuters


A tradition of innovation

Science Citation Index

SciSearch

Social Sciences
Citation Index

SCI
-
CD

Web
of Knowledge

Research in View

Arts & Humanities

Citation Index

Web of Science



Web of Knowledge
5.0

InCites

Evaluation
Services

4

GLOBAL RESEARCH COMMUNITY

USING WEB OF SCIENCE



6.000+
Research
institutions



90+
countries

Existing Web of Knowledge customers in Turkey,
Middle East & Africa (2012)


-

Saudi Arabian Consortium (30 sites Univ. 11 new in 2012)
+ KACST& KAUST

-

UAE: AUS, UAE
Univ
, NRF, PI,
Masdar

Institute

-

Kuwait: University of Kuwait

-

Qatar: QNRF, University of Qatar

-

Oman: SQU

-

Egypt National Consortium (19 universities)

-

Turkey National Consortium (over 170 institutions, 34 new
in 2012)

Quality

Diversity

Depth

A Unique
Resource!

Evaluated, Selected Content

Extremely thorough, detailed
journal evaluation and selection
processes. For
every

journal
.

Coverage of
all
disciplines

within:

Natural Sciences


7,922


Social Sciences


2,642

Arts & Humanities
-

1,415

11,760 unique titles
Diverse


International

Natural Sciences


from
1900

Social Sciences


from
1900

Arts & Humanities


from
1975

Selection, Cover
-
to
-
Cover
Indexing, Diversity, Depth,
and inclusion of Author Cited
References provide a
uniquely valuable tool
--

driving

discovery

within the
Web of Science

Analysis

Alerting

Full text links

CrossSearch

Multidisciplinary

Citation searching

Quality content

Editorial content

Specialized indexing

Powerful Search tools

Evaluation, Comparison

Decision making aids

Collate

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Web of Science: 1900
-



Journal Category



Current Contents Connect: 1998


Discipline Name



BIOSIS: 1926


Major Concept



Zoological Record: 1864


Descriptors /
Systematics



CAB Abstracts: 1910


CABI Code



Inspec
: 1898


Classification Code



MEDLINE: 1950


MeSH

Heading, Major Topic, Qualifier



FSTA: 1969


Section / Subsection



Derwent

Innovations Index: 1963


Derwent

Class Code



Chinese Science Citation Database: 1989


Chinese Library Classification Number



One single index



Unified subject classification



Coverage from
1864



Cited references from 1900



22,000 journals



85 million records

All Databases

Web of Science

Easy to build a
comprehensive
search query

Search for a specific time frame,
or since a specific date

2004

Cited
References

1974

1998

2000

1993

2003

Times
Cited

Related
Records

2008

2008

1999

2002

2000

2000

2009

Web of Science


What is a citation?

Citation Index
-

The Value Add

The language of research is constantly changing, as research progress
concepts and terminology evolve.


Text based searching may
miss

critical information


Network linkages through citations facilitate the
discovery

of
information across the boundaries of terminology

LAV

(Europe)


HTLV
-
III


(USA)

HIV
+ many variants, “SIV”

1983

1987

Present

Future

???

This particular article is highly
cited and relevant, but does not
contain the term “
HIV”

Therefore, this record cannot be
found by searching for the text

HIV”

but is easily found by using
citations

Article
-
level data

Science Citation
Index

Expanded

Journal
-
level data

Researcher
-
level data

Institution
-
level data

Country/region
-
level data

Field/discipline
-
level data

Social Sciences and
Arts&Humanities
Citation Index

Metrics

Analyze results for detailed
analysis such as collaborator
identification

Citation Index


The

Value add

Instant
Citation Reports
to
easily evaluate research
and identify trends

Visualize citations using the
Citation Map.
Identify trends
and track research pathways

The separate data sources
are selectable for specific
search objectives

Search lemmatization: Generate
more comprehensive results.

Searching for “
tooth
” will also retrieve
alternates such as “
teeth


Sort the results by “
Times Cited
” to
identify the most influential research

No limits to the number of

search results.

Refine results to efficiently narrow the
search or run a detailed analysis of the
entire result set

Expandable abstracts
for easy browsing

The
Analyze feature
is a powerful
analytical tool to identify trends and
refine searches. Export of the
analysis is simple

Identify the top countries for a
particular research topic…

…or any other field

And identify trends

Citation Report provides an
instant overview of the publication
and citation history

Summary statistics and a
breakdown per article are
provided.

28.6

Link to the
Citing Articles

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

Link to other
resources
on
the

Web
of Knowledge
platform

Link to external resources

Cited
References

Now includes the Times Cited count.
Immediately identify the most important
papers

2004

2003

Times
Cited

2008

2009

Citations from other sources are
also included and a breakdown of
the citing source is shown

Better distinguish the value and
relevance of the citing articles.

Use the Citation Map to visualize
the citation network

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Web of Science



Citation Map

Displays an interactive visual
map of forward and backward
citations. It is possible to
dynamically scroll around the
map to show greater detail

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Modify the color of the nodes to
display trends. Options include:
Author, Source, Year, Subject
Category, Institution and Country.

Web of Science



Citation Map

Web of Science



Citation Map

Roll over any node to
see the details.

Result save / export options
include print, save, e
-
mail,
marked list, alerting and RSS.

Can also export automatically to
EndNote and EndNote Web

EndNote Web



Archiving Search Results



Sharing Information



Formatting Bibliographies



Writing efficiently

Share folders with colleagues, for
example a research group or the
reading list for a class

Permanently archive results.
Organize results around your
different projects etc.

Cite While You Write™

As you write an article


search your
EndNote Web for items you wish to cite

Automatically insert the complete bibliography of the
paper and format to the style you require.

Saves researchers and students a huge amount of
time, enabling them to focus on writing the article

EndNote

Web is included as part of
the
Web
of Knowledge
platform, fully
integrated with the Web of Science
and
ResearcherID


ResearcherID

is a freely available website
where researchers can register themselves
and list their publications. A useful tool to
help researchers increase their global
visibility and network with other researchers

ResearcherID

also includes basic citation
metrics, available to the public

ResearcherID

also includes network
analysis tools for co
-
author and citing
articles.

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Quality

Search
Discover

Manage &
Promote
Research
Output

Write and
Publish

Evaluate
outcomes

Research Cycle

ISI Web of Knowledge
--

Web of Science
& other
searchable databases


Endnote


EndNote Web


Scholar One


Research analytics


InCites


Journal Citation Reports


Web services


Researcher ID


Integrated IR

Thomson Reuters: Solutions for the entire
research cycle

Web of Knowledge


Workflow solution
for the research community



University of
Nizwa
, September 2012


THANK YOU !


Dr. Uwe Wendland

Country Manager Turkey, Middle East & Africa