Listed below are more tools that you can use to help you track your citations and manage your research profile. Many are freely available on the web and others may cost a small fee. A small $ will appear next to the ones that you may have to pay an additional fee to access the data.
The section offers advice on how to plan a successful research career, partly best achieved by also keeping Ethics in research and publishing in mind. Helps you identify relevant scientific information and combined with Writing and publishing resources, and improve your chances of getting published.
Citeseer is a free website that indexes PostScript and PDF research articles in the field of computer and information science, and provides the following features:
To locate citations for your article, perform a search on a unique phrase from the article title. Citeseer performs fuzzy searching.
From your search results, click on the citation count to view a list of documents citing your article.
Note: Citeseer does not include self-citations in the citation count but lists them in the citation list.
Publish or Perish is a software program that retrieves and analyzes academic citations. It uses Google Scholar and (since release 4.1) Microsoft Academic Search to obtain the raw citations, then analyzes these and presents the following metrics:
Listed below are a mix of EBSCO and Proquest Databases that you can use to track citations.