Date: Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
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Contents: links, personal profiles
Access Level: Free, Open Access
Descriptions: BioMed Experts is a professional networking platform that allows scientists and researchers around the world to establish new contacts, share data and collaborate. Profiles in BME are generated by extracting and assigning the biomedical concepts from an article to the authors and co-authors of the published article. Unpublished professionals can also join, but no personal profile will be provided to them. One can still build a contact list from the list of 450,000 registered members. Free registration is required.
Keywords: citation analysis, collaborative, healthcare professionals, interactive, networking, researchers, scientists
Contents: charts/graphs, images, statistics
Access Level: Free, Open Access
Descriptions: Based on data indexed in SCOPUS, SJR graphs a number of metrics on scientific publications and publishing. Some unique aspects of the journal analysis include: proportion of cited to uncited/citable to uncitable articles; percentage of a journal's articles that are indicative of research resulting from international collaboration; ranking of countries and regions of the world according to publication output and citation; and an interactive map feature that generates graphic co-citation networks among disciplines, by country and time period. The opening page of SCImago sums it up: "Rank - Analyze - Compare - Visualize."
Keywords: citation analysis, data analysis, humanities, impact factor, interactive, medicine, publishing, science, social sciences
Contents: Abstracts, charts/graphs, Citations, index, links to full text, proceedings, tutorials, websites
Access Level: Licensed, On-Site Visitor, TMC Academic User
Descriptions: The SCOPUS database contains millions of records from 10,150 life and health sciences publications (including all journals contained in Medline and EmBase) and includes most other sciences and humanities-- coverage of 20,450 journal titles. SCOPUS also indexes the proceedings of 750 conferences. Searching also pullsl in relevant Web resources, organized under a separate tab. Another tab separates patent results from patent offices in the US and worldwide. SCOPUS provides a Journal Analyzer tool that graphs journals, singly or for comparison, from 1996 to present, showing total citations, number of articles published, total cites divided by number of articles, and the percentage of non-cited articles. Affiliation searching is also provided. A free login for authorized users provides additional advantages: a customizable personal profile for saving citation lists and tracking authors; a publication alert service; and direct export to RefWorks. For SCOPUS's tutorials, click here. NOTE: Scopus may not support Safari and will cease to support IE7 in September 2014. From the website: "In order for our users to continue benefitting from Scopus’ new features and functionalities, we recommend that you upgrade your browser to IE 8 or higher or use Google Chrome or Firefox browsers."
Keywords: biomedical research, chemistry, citation analysis, life sciences, medicine, multidisciplinary, nursing, patents, pharmacology, publishing, research tools, social sciences