Access to Journal and Highly Cited Data from November 2015

Use these databases to see who has cited your work.

ejournals@cambridge

Advance notice from MIMAS of forthcoming availability of Journal and Highly Cited Data:

Information Update:  Access to Journal and Highly Cited Data from November 2015

Thomson Reuters is delighted to introduce Journal and Highly Cited Data (JHCD) which comprises the NextGen Journal Citation Report (JCR) and NextGen Essential Science Indicators (ESI).

Effective from 31 December 2015 JCR and ESI will no longer exist independently and will cease to exist in their current format. The data from both JCR and ESI will be integrated and together will be available on the new InCites platform, which is fully integrated with Web of Science.

In order to ensure a smooth transition to the new platform, access for the new JHCD will be made available to all JCR subscribers from mid November.  This will enable users to become familiar with the new environment before JCR and ESI are switched off at the…

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