You may be asked to demonstrate the impact of your work for the purposes of grant applications, progress reports and renewals, or performance reviews, tenure, and promotion. Traditionally, this has meant providing your number of publications, and the number of citations that those publications have received.
You can capture citation information with:
The peer-reviewed article is no longer the only acceptable measure of a researcher's contribution to science. When asked to demonstrate the impact of your research, consider including:
There are two method by which you can do this:
Author search in Web of Science
Create citation report in Web of Science
Export citation report to Excel
Author results page in Scopus
Citation overview page in Scopus
Essential Science Indicators can answer questions like:
In Publons, you can:
It can be difficult to capture all the publications by one researcher due to authors publishing under multiple variations of the same name, common names, name changes, and different cultural conventions in naming.
Author identifiers are unique identifiers that allow you to distinguish yourself from other researchers, and unambiguously associate yourself with your work.