Reference managers help you manage your research, collect and cite sources & create bibliographies in a variety of citation styles. Compare Many reference managers plug-into word processing software to format in-text citations and bibliographies for papers and theses, allow you to share references, and enable you to attach or link PDFs to a citation record.
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Citation counts measure the impact of a publication, an author or a topic by counting the number of times cited by other works. No Single citation analysis source covers all publications and their cited references.
The major citation count resources:
1. Web of Science: most interdisciplinary and comprehensive citation resource.
2. Google Scholar
-- citation information from scholarly journal articles within the Scholar database and from the U.S. patents contained in the Google Patents database.
-- Option to eliminate the patents as the source of citation data and/or the option to include citations from legal journals and opinions.
-- If a publication has been cited by these sources, it will contain a "Cited By Link" in its entry; clicking on that link will display the citing journal articles and patents (and the court opinions, if selected)
How to find citation Counts via Google Scholar and Who is Citing....
-- Select Advanced Scholar Search (link to right of search button).
-- Enter the appropriate search terms
-- Enter just enough information to find what you need - do not fill in the complete search form.
-- Click on the Search Scholar button.
-- Locate the correct article in the search results list.
-- If the article was cited by others, you will see a "Cited by" link at the bottom of the record. Click this link to view who has cited this item. For more information about searching see Google Scholar's Help pages.
-- Google Scholar does not index all scholarly articles.
-- Author names can be tricky to search and results can vary depending on how the name is entered.
-- Variants in how the item is cited can result in more than one entry for the item under study.
-- The term "citation" in brackets [CITATION] at the beginning of an entry, indicates that the full text of the item is not accessible through Google Scholar.
3. Others: Some disciplines, journals and document types may not be represented
-- Use other indexes: Proquest, BioOne abstracts and more.
-- Use publishers website: Wiley, Elsevier (ScienceDirect), SciFinder Scholar, JSTOR
Beautiful Evidence / Edward R. Tufte. P93.5 .T837 2006. Cheshire, Conn.: Graphics Press, 2006.
Envisioning Information / Edward R. Tufte. 10th printing, Mar. 2005. ed. Cheshire, Conn.: Graphics Press, 1990, 2005. P93.5 .T84 2005
The Visual Display of Quantitative Information / Edward R. Tufte . 2nd ed. Cheshire, Conn.: Graphics Press, 2001. HA31 .T914 2001.
Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative / Edward R. Tufte. 7th prt, revisions, June 2005. ed. Cheshire, Conn.: Graphics Press, 2005. BF241 .T83 2005