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Citation tracking in Web of Science: Citation Report

This guide will give you a short introduction to Web of Science and show you some ways to view and track your personal publications.

Author's Citation Report

In addition to printing and exporting results,  it is very easy to create a citation report for the author.  Simply click the Create Citation Report link from the upper right hand corner of the results.

Citation Report

The report provides a wealth of useful information including graphs of items published per year and citations per year, average citations per article, and the total number of times the author has been cited.  Below the graphs, the articles are ordered by the number of times they were cited.  Additionally, you can remove self-citing articles and find your h-index.  For more information about the h-index click here.

 

Download, Print, Email Citation Report

For download, print, and email options, scroll to the bottom of the screen. Select save to excel for a file that includes graphs and a sortable list of citations.

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