Citation analysis

Those of you involved in the research publication process, and journal impact factors may find the following article of interest, The rise and rise of citation analysis, a paper accepted for publication in Physics World, and available freely online via E-prints in Library and Information Science. The emphasis is not on physics, but rather the rise of citation analysis from the Web of Science, to Google Scholar, and the paper includes an outline of a number of different analysis tools that academics have recently developed.

If you have any queries about any of the online services highlighted, or want to track down any of the further references given in the paper, please contact me.

Thanks to Resource Shelf.


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