Description: Journal Citation Reports (JCR) is a resource that allows you to evaluate and compare journals using citation data drawn from scholarly and technical journals from thousands of publishers in over 80 countries. Allows users to view the impact factor of journals in a given subject area.
Access: Western University of Health Sciences authorized users only. Remote access via the proxy server available for currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff of WesternU.
Provider: Clarivate Analytics
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The following copyright notice must appear at the bottom of every page or table that shows Web of Science content:
© [insert year] Clarivate
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How to display links to Web of Science in Third Party Software
When linking to the Web of Science from third party software, the text that should appear on the user interface is dependent on link type (see table below). The text should be hyperlinked, redirecting the user to the appropriate page in Web of Science. The product name must be italicized.
|Link Type||Text to display|
|Full Record Link||View record in Web of Science|
|Citing Articles Link (if not anchored to the Times Cited Count)||View citing articles in Web of Science|
How to display Web of Science Times Cited Count and related Citing Articles Link in Third Party Software
When displaying the Web of Science Times Cited Count or a Citing Articles Link anchored to the Web of Science Times Cited Count, the third party software should identify that the Times Cited Count is from the Web of Science, pre-pending display of the count with the text “Web of Science Times Cited” as set out in the example below. If the third party software provider so chooses, the third party software provider may hyperlink the number presented to redirect the user to the citing articles page in the Web of Science.
Example: Web of Science Times Cited: 35