Citation Analysis is "a major method of bibliometrics that examines the quantitative data derived from the use of citations to reference and connect documents. Citation metrics are used to assess the scholarly influence or impact of publications and researchers. Learn more in: New Data-Related Roles for Librarians: Using Bibliometric Analysis and Visualization to Increase Visibility of Research Impact". (IGI Global)
It is important to note that to build a complete citation analysis, researchers need to consult the various citation analysis tools available.
This page draws your attention to the more popular and widely used citation analysis tools used by academic raters and research funders.
Should you want to know more about citation analysis and the value of using these tools, please take a look at our Citation Analysis & Research Impact page
ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized.
Google Scholar My Citations provide a simple way for authors to keep track of citations to their articles. You can check who is citing your publications, graph citations over time, and compute several citation metrics. You can also make your profile public, so that it may appear in Google Scholar results when people search for your name
Bibliometrics "can be used to document and justify the role of the researcher and the research team for being partners or coordinators of the project. Often CVs of the involved partners have to be provided with publication lists and other types of bibliometric information (H-index, Journal impact factor, and so on)". (ScienceDirect)
The information listed below showcases the more popular Bibliometric software.
ResearcherID is a global, multi-disciplinary scholarly research community. This is one of the critical research support software which is promoted by Clarivate and Web of Science.
With a unique identifier assigned to each author in ResearcherID, you can eliminate author misidentification and view an author’s citation metrics
instantly. Search the registry to find collaborators, review publication lists and explore how research is used around the world.
It is important to note that in using ResearcherID, you will be able to develop a citation analysis of your research output for those articles you have published in the Web of Science (Core Collection).
Clarivate acquired Publons in April 2019. Use Publons to track your publications, citation metrics, peer review history, journal affiliations, and journal editing work in a single, easy-to-maintain profile.
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For more information and/or to create your Publons profile
Thousands of conversations about scholarly content happen online every day. Altmetric tracks a range of sources to capture and collate this activity, helping you to monitor and report on the attention surrounding the work you care about.
ImpactStory is a website that makes it quick and easy to view the impact of a wide range of research output.
Track buzz on Twitter, blogs, news outlets and more: we're like Google Scholar for your research's online reach. Making a profile takes just second
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