Cited Reference Searching
Can be used to find out if an
article, book, journal, or particular author has been cited by another
On the right side of the search box, click the arrow to open
Advanced Search. Enter the author's name in the appropriate field, and click
search. In the search results, locate the 'Cited By' number beneath each
Publish or Perish is a software program that retrieves and
analyzes academic citations. It uses Google Scholar and Microsoft Academic
Search to obtain the raw citations, then analyzes these and presents
your article in PubMed by typing the title in the query box; click on it. Under
'Related Information', click on 'Cited in PMC' to see which articles in the
PubMed Central (PMC) database have cited your article.
Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) measures contextual citation impact by
weighting citations based on the total number of citations in a subject
- Web of Science
Click on the down arrow to the right of
'Basic Search' and select 'Cited Reference Search'. Enter the title of the
article. The number is the number of times the article has been sited in the
journals that the Web of Knowledge covers.
Article Level Metrics
Article-level metrics (ALMs)
attempt to provide a snapshot of how an individual article is being discussed,
shared, and used. ALMs combine traditional metrics, such as number of times
cited, with altmetrics (e.g.,
mentions in blogs, downloads).
Where do I find them? Whether or
not ALMs are available for a particular article will depend on the platform or
Article Level Metrics The following publishers and platforms include
ALMs that are provided by Altmetric
Available for works published in PLoS (Public
Library of Science) journals. ALM data, API, and widgets are available.
PlumX Metrics is a
different altmetric widget that you will see in EBSCO Databases, including