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Research Metrics: Article-level Metrics

Tracking Citations to Published Works

Google Scholar 

  • Includes multi-disciplinary journal articles, conference proceedings, and books. 

  • Search for a particular work, then click on Cited by (number)

Web of Science

  • Includes journal articles (in Science Citation Index, Social Science Citation Index, and Arts & Humanities Index databases),

  • Use Cited Reference Search to see how many times a particular work or author has been cited.

  • Or, search for a particular work, then click on the number that follows Times Cited

  • Create a Citation Alert to be notified of when a particular work is cited.

ScienceDirect 

  • Includes journal articles in medicine, science, some social sciences, and some humanities. 

  • Search for a particular article, then click on Citing Articles (number)

SciFinder (First-time users must register)

  • Includes journal articles, conference proceedings, and books in chemistry and related sciences. 

  • Search for a particular topic or author. Select the desired topic/author, then click Get References. Select a particular title, then click Get Citing.

MathSciNet 

  • Includes journal articles, conference proceedings, and books in mathematics. 

  • Use the Citations tab to search for a particular author. The search will result in a list of publications, ranked by number of citations. 

  • Or, use the Publications tab to search for a particular article and see how many times it has been cited.

CiteSeerX Beta 

  • Includes journal articles in computer and information science. 

  • Search for a particular work or author. Select the desired work, then click on the number following Citations. Also see Years of Citing Articles at the right-hand side of the page to see citations across time. 

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