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发现了注册google scitation的小trick,enjoy it~~

已有 5530 次阅读 2011-8-2 13:20 |系统分类:论文交流| google, scitation

 
这个本来是反映问题用的,但是前几天我问他们google scitation 啥时能对大家公开(现在是试用阶段,里面只有 Albert EinsteinRichard Feynman, Paul Dirac等人,呵呵),今天发现他们给了我一个账户,太爽了,和web of science的knowledge ID差不多,帮你track实时的scitation,还有h-index等统计。。
 
就是在那个链接上写些基本信息,然后问Can I apply for a google citation account?,记得感谢下他们哦。。  呵呵
 
Enjoy it~~
 
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Hi Rui,
We just sent you an invite.  Please let us know if run into any trouble
signing up.
Sincerely,
The Google Scholar Team
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Wednesday, July 20, 2011 | 3:41 PM

Citation metrics are often used to gauge the influence of scholarly articles and authors. Some of you already track your citation metrics by regularly looking up your articles in Google Scholar. Many of you have asked us for an easier way to do this.

Today we’re introducing Google Scholar Citations: a simple way for you to compute your citation metrics and track them over time.

We use a statistical model based on author names, bibliographic data, and article content to group articles likely written by the same author. You can quickly identify your articles using these groups. After you identify your articles, we collect citations to them, graph these citations over time, and compute your citation metrics. Three metrics are available: the widely used h-index, the i-10 index, which is the number of articles with at least ten citations, and the total number of citations to your articles. We compute each metric over all citations as well as over citations in articles published in the last five years. These metrics are automatically updated as we find new citations to your articles on the web.

You can enable automatic addition of your newly published articles to your profile. This would instruct the Google Scholar indexing system to update your profile as it discovers new articles that are likely yours. And you can, of course, manually update your profile by adding missing articles, fixing bibliographic errors, and merging duplicate entries.

You can also create a public profile with your articles and citation metrics (e.g., Alex Verstak, Anurag Acharya). If you make your profile public, it can appear in Google Scholar search results when someone searches for your name (e.g., Richard Feynman, Paul Dirac). This will make it easier for your colleagues worldwide to follow your work.

Google Scholar Citations is currently in limited launch with a small number of users. This is a new direction for us and we plan to use the experience and feedback from the limited launch to improve the service. Click here and follow the instructions to get started. Keep in mind that this is a limited launch and we may not be able to accept new users when you click. If this happens, we’ll direct you to a sign-up page where you can register to be notified when Google Scholar Citations is available to all users. Meanwhile you can browse existing profiles (e.g., Albert Einstein, Margaret Mead, Alonzo Church) and learn more about Google Scholar Citations.



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