InCites Journal Citation Reports and InCites Essential Science Indicators

This is where to find robust citation data.

ejournals@cambridge

Further to our post in November 2015, it is now possible to link to the new InCitesTM versions of Journal Citation Reports and Essential Science Indicators direct from the Web of Science platform.  (Until May 2 this week, this was not possible due to a misconfiguration at Thomson Reuters.)

The links in the eresources@cambridge A-Z and in the LibGuides Databases A-Z have been updated.

Collectively Journal Citation Reports and Essential Science Indicators comprise Journal and Highly Cited Data, offering a much greater ease of use and flexibility for analysing and presenting citation data to support research (and ultimately to support the REF 2020).

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