Updated Resource: Journal and Highly Cited Data

We now have access to “Journal and Highly Cited Data”, which has taken over from Journal Citation Reports, to provide single environment for research and bibliometric assessment and evaluation. It allows users to evaluate and compare journals using citation data drawn from thousands of scholarly and technical journals. It provides citation data on journals, covering all areas of science, technology, and social sciences, and also links to Web of Science, so users can go from searching into analytics without having to re-enter search details.

The new resource will include:

•Improved and attractive interfaces
•Improved visualizations- new graphical visualization of tabular data
•More transparency of data- gain a clearer understanding of the underlying data behind the metrics/indicators
•Improved report customisations- drill down to the data relevant to you
•Better aligned with your workflow- save and share your reports
•Improved exporting- to PDF, Excel, CSV
•Single resource to access benchmark data to facilitate the comparison of your institution’s research activities to peer institutions.
• Easily compare individuals, institutions, and publications, plus pinpoint emerging trends and influential researchers

You can view “Journal and Highly Cited Data” on the catalogue, or find more information here.

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