How often has my paper been cited?
Navigate to Scopus, which can be found under “S” in “Find a Database”. From here all you need to do is search for the article in which you are interested. To the right of the search results, you can see the number of times the article has been cited.
How often should you use in-text citations?
1. When do I need to provide a citation? You should provide an in-text citation whenever you quote, paraphrase or summarize research and ideas that are not your own.
Is it bad to have too many references?
Do not worry about using referencing too often. As a general rule, it is better to use the references too often than not enough. You may have been given some advice not to use too many references. This advice means you don’t need to have a long list of authors that you didn’t read properly.
What is highly influential citations?
An author’s highly influential citation count is simply the sum of the highly influential citations of his or her papers. This metric and its implementation exemplify the potential of AI to overcome information overload in the research literature.
How do I improve my Google Scholar Citations?
7 ways to make your Google Scholar Profile better
- Clean up your Google Scholar Profile data.
- Add missing publications to your Profile.
- Increase your “Googleability”
- Use your Google Scholar Profile data to get ahead.
- Stay up-to-date when you’ve been cited.
- 6. …
- Tell Google Scholar how it can improve.
What is the most cited paper?
Most-cited papers The most-cited paper of all time is a paper by Oliver Lowry describing an assay to measure the concentration of proteins. By 2014 it had accumulated more than 305,000 citations.
How are citations counted?
What is Citation Analysis? The process whereby the impact or “quality” of an article is assessed by counting the number of times other authors mention it in their work. Citation analysis invovles counting the number of times an article is cited by other works to measure the impact of a publicaton or author.
How can I improve my citation index?
To boost your citation count to maximize impact, consider these 10 simple techniques:
- Cite your past work when it is relevant to a new manuscript.
- Carefully choose your keywords.
- Use your keywords and phrases in your title and repeatedly in your abstract.
- Use a consistent form of your name on all of your papers.
What is considered a lot of citations?
With 10 or more citations, your work is now in the top 24% of the most cited work worldwide; this increased to the top 1.8% as you reach 100 or more citations. Main take home message: the average citation per manuscript is clearly below 10!
What is considered self-citation?
Referencing your own previously published work is known as self-citation. It is important to give citations when ideas, data, etc have been discussed in your previous publications.
What is a self-citation?
A self-citation is a reference to an article from the same journal. Self-citations can make up a significant portion of the citations a journal gives and receives each year. You can compare self-citing rates and self-cited rates to supplement your journal evaluation.
Who has the highest citation?
The top 10 most cited work
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What is the average number of citations per paper?
In December 2015, nearly two thirds of the articles published in 2015 had 0 or 1 citation, with 1.75 citations per paper on average. So Sachiko would be able to make a good case for future impact given that her article already had 6 citations. Early citations are usually reflective of high eventual citation counts.