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1. NAVIGATING RESEARCH WITH CITATIONS
- possibility of innovation
2. EXPLORING THE NEW WEB OF SCIENCE
- a better tool for innovation
3. EFFICIENT RESEARCH WORKFLOW
- speed of innovation
Thank you for your attention.
Dear All,

Ning

Impact factor
Navigating Research with
Citation Connections

http://www.wokinfo.com
For more information
http://
web
of
science
.com

深刻理解課題的發展過程, 完整展示科學研究的全貌
Take home messages
Web of Science
Journal Citation Report
EndNote Web
ResearcherID
Agenda
Trace the progress of a research with citations
更深廣的視野?
Web of Science
Scopus
Compare
Limited depth of coverage (back file)

Does not index every article from selected journals
Web of Knowledge is a universal research search and discovery platform

the largest citation database (52 million records)

WoK’s proprietary citation analyses reporting like
Impact Factor
and
JCR
are considered the industry standard
Scopus is limited in subject matter coverage and content types

46 million records

Even Elsevier buys Web of Knowledge—based reports rather than rely on metrics based on Scopus data
Cover -to-cover index

more a accurate citation report for pre-1996 years

Speciality databases are available in Web of Knowledge (Chemical structures/reactions information, Data citation index, etc)
Web of Science
Google Scholar
Compare
WoS is a curated platform. Anything indexed meets our high standard

WoK-based metrics are much more comprehensive and may be harder to manipulate

Web of Science data, have for many years been an important piece of research assessments throughout the world
Google Scholar uses a private algorithm.

Google Scholar may be susceptible to spam and manipulation. Not a respected source of citation metrics.

A 2010 article in Sciencemetrics found that Google Scholar missed as many as 30% of the citations found in Web of Science

Google Products including Google Scholar are subject to censorship. WoK shows the same content to researchers regardless of location
發掘經典, 追求卓越
Different measures attempt to answer different questions
Impact factor

Times cited

H-index
journal
paper
如果我看得比別人遠一些,那是因為我站在巨人的肩膀上If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants
1. Introduction to Web of Science

2. Efficient research workflow
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Identify reliable, prestigious journals to read and to submit
papers, papers, papers, papers
The concept of Citation
The language of research is constantly changing
Text based searching may miss critical information
Network linkages through citations facilitate the discovery of information across the boundaries of terminology
KEY BENEFIT OF CITATION IS NOT JUST ONLY TO
ACQUIRE
OR
RETRIEVE
BUT TO
DISCOVER!

To Acquire
What I know I need to know

To Retrieve
What I know I don’t know


To Discover
What I don’t know I don’t know
I know what I need to know –
you are only acquiring information – any researcher can do it
I know what I don’t know –
you are only retrieving information – every researcher is doing it
If you could find what are those things that you didn’t even know you don’t know, you
DISCOVER!
Exploring the New Web of Science
Efficient Research Workflow
前瞻研究
“The Web of Knowledge does for scientists what satellites did for geographers” (S.Jones. The Daily Telegraph, 2010)
2.
Exploring Emerging Science

Improve the
we search
and research
way
Track the development history of a subject with review articles

Zoom quickly into the high impact papers

Retrieve the relevant papers in your area

Trace the progress of a research with citations
When you begin a new topic...
CASE STUDY – neuromorphic engineering
Retrieve the relevant papers in YOUR area
Trace the PROGRESS of a research with citations
Research background information for a subject ?

Analysis of development trends ?

Looking for collaborators?

Choosing funding agencies ?

Use Web of Science to help funding applications
Where should I submit my publication?
Target at the high impact factor journals for submission ?
Things to consider
Is my manuscript relevant to the journal ?
Is it a good quality journal ?
How long does it take for peer review?
Do I need to pay?
Be organized
is key to improve research performance
Bibliographic management can be a pain ...
Track the development history of a subject with REVIEW ARTICLES
The reference list
Who cites the paper ?
Research background information for a subject ?
Related Records
Zoom quickly into the HIGH IMPACT papers
idea
full text
download
reference list
read on
- or -
idea
citation
database
analysis
full text
re-search
Citations provides the “discovery links” that are essential to link up known ideas to discover unknown concepts
3.
Efficient Research Workflow

Citation Map
Trend of the topic ?
Organizations, authors, conferences active in this topic
Understand Your Current Collaborations
Where is the money ?
International funding agencies for the topic of interest
Marketing your research
Efficient & quality literature search for “Smart Discovery”
Target at the right journals for paper submission
Manage references and happier writing process
Be seen, be cited and be identified!
paper A
Did you know
Since 2002, Thomson Reuters has correctly predicted
31 Nobel Prize
recipients with the data from Web of Science
author / institution
TIMELINESS
SPEED
HAVE A NICE DAY :)
Forward, Backward, and Sideways: find a new path in research
1996
Crossbar memory research in HP
2002
“we had something that worked, but we couldn’t figure out why”
1971
THE STORY OF MEMRISTOR
L. O. Chua, "Memristor - Missing Circuit Element," IEEE Transactions on Circuit Theory, vol. Ct18, pp. 507-&,
1971.

S. Williams, "How We Found the Missing Memristor," IEEE Spectrum, vol. 45, pp. 24-31, Dec
2008.
Leon Chua's paper
2006
Showed the existence of memristor
2008
D. B. Strukov, G. S. Snider, D. R. Stewart, and R. S. Williams, "The missing memristor found," Nature, vol. 453, pp. 80-83, May 1 2008.
Source: InCites, Thomson Reuters
received 1995
accepted 2006
Citation Alert
What accounts for this success?
Psychic powers?
The answer is ...
It all started from 50's
Revealing socio-cognitive connections of researchers, as well as the organic structure and hierarchy of science
It is about how to navigate research in the sea of research information
When we look at the development of science ….
Sophisticated ideas
ideas
More Sophisticated ideas
IN SEARCH OF STRUCTURE OF SCIENCE
Contents to Enhance the Citation Connection
Patents
Potential partnership?
Collaborators?
Conferences to attend?
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