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Questions about bibliographic indexes, which are used to find and rank publications and their outlets.

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Google Scholar not indexing my paper - NeurIPS 2018

I have recently published a paper in the NeurIPS 2018 conference. A quick search in Google scholar shows that other papers from the same conference ARE indexed. In addition, the paper from the ...
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APIs for titles and abstracts for most or all published articles? [closed]

Are there any APIs that index and capture the titles and abstracts most or all published scientific journals? If not, what about only for pharmaceutical or health fields? ////// Edits: I came ...
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Does google scholar rescan papers and update citations?

I have an in press paper (let's call it paper A) which is cited in another in press paper (paper B). The citation is complete (issue nr. etc.). The citing paper (B) was supposed to be published after ...
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google scholar has not listed me as coauthor

After finally getting an article listed on google scholar via preprints, Google Scholar has not listed me as an author on my paper on either preprint it has indexed. I was the one who uploaded them to ...
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Can a journal once removed from Scopus be reindexed in Scopus?

If a journal indexing in Scopus is cancelled, can such journal be indexed in Scopus again?
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how do I add an article to google scholar [closed]

How do I add an article that is published in a journal and is online as a PDF on the journal's site to Google Search? To clarify, I am not adding it to my google scholar profile but instead want it ...
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Do conferences get indexed?

A funding organism is offering to pay for the travel and stay of young researchers to an international conference, when said conference is indexed (Scopus, WoS, ...). They insist on the fact that it’s ...
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What are differences between various indexing service: SCI, SSCI, SCOPUS and others? [closed]

I wanted to submit a paper to "Computer & Education (IF: 3.819 and indexed in many other indexing system)" journal by Elsevier, but unfortunately submitted a paper to "The Internet and Higher ...
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is it okay for a paper to be in conference proceedings but not on IEEE Xplore? [closed]

A conference says on its call for papers website that: "papers will be part of the Conference Proceedings (if the authors wish to do so), but they will not be uploaded to IEEE Xplore." -- What does ...
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How to ensure my papers are indexed by Google Scholar [closed]

I have some papers published in some journals in India, but Google Scholar does not index those journals. What approach can I take to get these papers indexed by Google Scholar? I tried uploading ...
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How to know whether a journal is indexed by Thomson Reuters or Scopus?

I am preparing to submit my first article to a specific journal. How can I know if a journal is indexed in Thomson Reuters or Scopus?
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Uploading a revised version of published journal article on arXiv

I uploaded a pre-print of an article on arXiv 1 year ago. The article was accepted in SCI journal and currently available online. However, I found a typo mistake in one equation and want to add more ...
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Is SCI Impact Factor valid for a year? And, my PhD publication dilemma regarding it

My advisor asked me to publish in an SCI-indexed journal with better impact factor (say more than 1). I found a journal with impact factor as 1.2. But the journal says that its present impact factor ...
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What kind of index of papers is behind the search functionality of web applications and services related to the scientific literature?

There are many, many websites that include a search function that returns a list of papers matching some keyword: Scirate, Shortscience, Brevy, etc. Do all these sites run their own crawlers and ...
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If a journal not indexed in SCI nor in EI, is it worth publishing in?

After looking up the journal name (Journal for Internet Technology and Secured Transaction (JITST)), I discovered this journal was not listed in either the SCI or EI indexes. Is this journal worth ...
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How can you determine whether a journal is indexed in ISI or SCI?

What are the main difference between SCI and ISI Journals? How can you determine whether a a journal is indexed in SCI or ISI?
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Paper Indexed by SCI

One of my papers is online published with volume, issue, and page number. The journal is published by IEEE and SCI-indexed with high impact factor. I need a report from Web-of-Science to obtain the ...
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Database location for a paper to be indexed by google scholar

In some fields like architecture and design, repositories are setup for collecting the conference proceedings in one location. Unfortunately these repositories are not always parsed well by google ...
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What open indexing services compete with Web of Science [closed]

As far as I know, the only indexing services which track citation across journals and data repositories are accessed for a fee. Are there any free-to-use databases of article or data citation indices ...
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In publications section of application, I'm asked what database the journal is indexed in. Where can I find that information?

I am applying to a university for a PhD and in the application it asks for information on journal publications. And under that it asks for journal's Impact factor and database the journal is indexed ...
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If Thomson Reuters says it indexes a journal but it's not mentioned on the journal's web site, who should I trust?

On the Thomson Reuters Master Journal list is stated that the given journal is indexed in Science Citation Index and Current Contents. However, on the official journal's web page, there is no such ...
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Identifying reputable journal indexing services

I am part of a committee tasked to create a policy on creating incentives for publications of university employees. Right now, the highest incentive award is given to publications in journals "...
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When submitting a paper, should I match the keywords to MeSH terms?

I understand the importance MeSH had in the past when google scholar (and similar tools) did not exist. However, with all the websites that enhance your searches, like Mendeley, Academia.edu, and ...
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How do I check the indexing of journals in databases?

Various journals claim to be indexed by worldwide databases like INSPEC, Google Scholar etc. How can I verify these claims?
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How Scopus CSAB plan to evaluate a submitted journal's citedness in Scopus?

Our journal applied to Scopus for inclusion a few months ago and I, as an editor, would like to clarify some citations to our journal from articles already indexed in this database (as far as I know, ...
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Permanent document identifier requirement for DBLP indexing?

First of all we are holding a conference which is the 12th year of this conference. All english papers of this conference from the 7th year are indexed in IEEE, however for the first 6 years there ...
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Why are some conferences no longer indexed by Scopus?

I have seen in Scopus that there are some conferences that are still running nowadays, but they not longer appear indexed on Scopus. For example, in the field of Computer Science I see that the ICCSIT ...
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Why are some good math journals not indexed by Thomson Reuters?

I observed some very good math journals are not indexed by Thomson Reuters. The basis of my evaluation is the composition of the editorial board, the university or press that house the journals and ...
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CS conferences not indexed by Scopus or Web of Science?

I have read that there are some good Computer Science conferences that are not indexed by Scimago or Scopus, but instead they appear in sites like ACM DL, IEEE Xplore or DBLP. I have tried to find ...
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Should computer science indexing sites be considered in rating research?

I am currently working at a university of applied sciences, in the field of Computer Science. Recently there has been formed a section that is in charge of giving stipends related to research. This ...
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Does “submitted to Thomson Reuters” mean that a publication will actually be indexed?

I have seen a few conferences that state on the call for submissions that the conference will be "submitted for indexing in Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index (ISI Web of Science)." ...
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What is the difference between SCI and SCIE?

I knew that the difference between SCI (Science Citation Index) and SCIE (Science Citation Index Expanded) is that SCI has a list of top quality journals, while SCIE includes more than the former. I ...
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Which is better at verifying that a conference is reliable: Scopus, IEEE Xplore or DBLP?

In the case that I got one paper published, which of the aforementioned repositories have more relevance (so that I can determine that my work has not been published in a nobody-knows-about, fake ...