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Tips on Managing Your Profiles and Publications on the Web to Increase Access and Citation to Your Work
- Make sure your various profile pages and publications list (e.g. personal, project based, affiliated centers and departments) are up to date.
- Make sure your publications and your project publications are available for wide dissemination. Are publication citations linked to PubMed Central to increase public access? (PSC example)
- Deposit your papers in institutional repositories such as Deep Blue.
- Do you have a Google Scholar profile page? (Example)
- Are your NIH funded papers in PubMed Central and their citations in NIH RePORTER under your grant number? (see NIH publication reporting)
- Have you registered with ORCID? ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher.
- Have you looked into ResearcherID which integrates with the Web of Knowledge and is ORCID compliant?
- Have you claimed your profile on Pivot (formerly Community of Sciece) and see the publication list and funding matches? (Example)
Citation data is increasingly used to measure the importance of research products
such as publications and datasets. Citation data has been used to
- Quantify research impact
- Justify future requests for funding
- Discover how research findings are being used
- Identify collaborators
What we do
- Provide a list of citations to your work
- Collect citation counts of an author or an article
- Collect articles that have used or cited a particular dataset
- Offer suggestions to increase visibility