Has broader coverage than Web of Science or SCOPUS and includes articles, theses, books from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories and other web sites.
Results may include poor-quality data (duplicate records, misspelt citations, etc.) and self-citing skews results.
Scite attempts to solve this problem at scale by processing millions of full text articles, applying deep learning models to try to classify citations by whether they are “supporting”, “mentioning” and “contradicting” .
SCOPUS is the world's largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed research literature.
Use the free author lookup to search for any author.
Use the Author Feedback Wizard to verify/merge your SCOPUS Author Profile.
Integrate your ORCID profile with SCOPUS and import your records.
Find an h-index for an author on SCOPUS.
An alternative to traditional bibliometrics (citation analysis) and measures the impact of articles by counting mentions by social media sites and other web sources.
Tracks social media sites, newspapers, and magazines for mention of a research and calculates an Altmetric Attention Score. A free tracking bookmarklet can be added to browser toolbar (Chrome, Firefox and Safari) and tracks Altmetric data with a DOI.
ImpactStory draws from a variety of social and scholarly data sources, including Facebook, Twitter, CiteULike, Delicious, PubMed, SCOPUS, CrossRef, Scienceseeker, Mendeley, Wikipedia, Slideshare, Dryad, and Figshare. Use Firefox to create your free account
Plum Analytics tracts metrics for journal articles, book chapters, datasets, presentations, and source code by collecting impact metrics across usage, captures, mentions, social media and citations (fee service). Included on the library's Discovery platform.