Web of Science - NUS Libraries

Report
Tools for your
Chemistry Research
By Kenneth Lim
16th January 2015
Session Outline
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7 NUS Libraries
NUS Libraries portal & services for graduate students
Citations
Essential resources for chemistry
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FindMore
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Scopus
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Web of Science*
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EndNoteX7*
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Journal Citation Report
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SciFinder
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Reaxys*
Additional Library Tools & Utilities
* hands-on
7 NUS Libraries…
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Central Library
b.
Chinese Library
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C J Koh Law Library (Bukit Timah campus)
d.
Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library
e.
Medical Library
f.
Music Library
g.
Science Library
Extra Library services for graduate students
Loan entitlement:
30 items
28 days (for main shelves books)
Online renewal: 3X
Loan period:
Document Delivery Services (DDS)
InterLibrary Loans
IntraLibrary Loans
More info on loans entitlement:
http://libportal.nus.edu.sg/frontend/web/about-nus-libraries/library-rules/loan-entitlement-oflibrary-members?pageBefore=Graduate%20Students
NUS Libraries’ portal (www.lib.nus.edu.sg)
Identify the source of a citation (ACS style)
Title
Authors
Anastas, P. T.; Warner, J. C. Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice;
Oxford University Press: Oxford, 1998.
Publisher &
publication place
Publication
year
Authors
Chapter Title
Book Title
Stepl, B. A.; George, K. F. Antifreezes and Deicing Fluids. In KirkOthmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology; 4th Ed. Howe-Grant,
M., Ed. Wiley Interscience: New York, 1992.
Publisher &
publication
place
Publication
year
Authors
Deno, N. C.; Richey, H. G.; Liu, J. S.; Lincoln, D. N.; Turner, J. O.
J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 1965, 87, 4533-4538.
Journal Title
Publication Article page
year, volume,
issue
Avoid Plagiarism…
More information: http://emodule.nus.edu.sg/ac/
Home > Academic ethics > Plagiarism
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Essential resources for chemistry
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References
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Web of Science
Scopus
Science Direct
Reaxys
Patent databases
Etc…
Structures
• ChemSpider
• Combined Chemical
Dictionary (CCD)
• Reaxys
• etc…
Chemical & Physical
properties
• ChemSpider
• Combined Chemical
Dictionary
• Reaxys
• SpringerMaterials, etc.
Reactions
• Reaxys
• Biochemical Pathway
• SciFinder
Spectra
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FDM-FTIR
Proton Carbon NMR
PDF-4+ (XRD)
Reaxys
ChemSpider, etc.
Safety
• MSDS
• TLV and BEI exposure
values
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EndNote X7
Collect
Organize
Insert
Format
To install EndNoteX7: http://libguides.nus.edu.sg/endnote
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EndNote X7 Workflow
Microsoft
MS Word
2010/2013
Citation
sources
a. Direct export b. Import text file
c. Online search d. Import PDF file
e. Manual entry
Cite While You
Write
(CWYW)
EndNote
Library
Input
Output
Create an EndNote Library
a.
Click on File > New... to create a new
library
b.
Enter a filename (.enl)
c.
Select location to save the library
(e.g. Desktop)
a.
Click Save
FindMore guide
Let’s try FindMore
http://libguides.nus.edu.sg/con
tent.php?pid=333052&sid=2888
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www.lib.nus.edu.sg
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Scopus
 > 19,000 Peer-reviewed Journals.
Includes > 1,800 Open access journals
 Conference proceedings, web resources, patents, trade publications,
and book series.
 49 million records
28 million records with references back to 1996
21 million records pre-1996 which go back as far as 1823
 Worldwide coverage
> 50% of the content originating from Europe, Latin America
and the Asia-Pacific region.
 100% coverage of Medline titles.
 Updated daily
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Web of Science
Web of
ScienceTM Core
Collection
Other
databases
Journal
Citation Report
Zoological
Records
BIOSIS
Previews
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Web of ScienceTM Core Collection
• It includes:
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Science Citation Index Expanded (1900-present)
Social Sciences Citation Index (1900-present)
Arts & Humanities Citation Index (1975-present)
Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Science (1990-present)
Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Social Science & Humanities (1990-present)
• SCI fully indexes over 8,500 major journals across 150 disciplines, > 40 million
records
• Keep up to date with what it published in your field via search alerts
• Seamless access to EndNote
• Updated weekly.
Let’s try Web of Science
Graphene-metal nanocomposite as electrocatalysts for
energy conversion reactions
1. Identify the keywords in your topic
Graphene-metal nanocomposite as electrocatalysts for energy
conversion reactions
2. Find the synonyms of the keyword
Nanocomposite, nanoparticle
3. Look for different variations of the keyword e.g. Electrocataly*
electrocatalysis, electrocatalysts, electrocatalyst, electrocatalytic
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Electro*
Electrolyte
Electronics
Go to Web of Science
4. Use Boolean operators
AND – Use to find records containing all terms separated by the operator
OR - Use to find records containing any of the terms separated by the
operator
5. Construct the search statement
(Graphene* AND metal* AND (nanocomposite* OR nanoparticle*)
AND electrocataly*)
Go to Web of Science
EndNoteX7 Library Features
• Remove Duplicates
References > Find Duplicates
• Delete Unwanted References
Select references, then, References > Move References to Trash
Note: To delete References permanently, References > Empty Trash
• Attach Files (PDF, images, etc) to a reference
Select a reference, References > File Attachments > Attach File ...
• Import PDF files (with DOI number) to a reference
Select a reference, File > Import > File then select your PDF file
Import option > select “PDF” > import
EndNoteX7 Library Features
• Synchronize with EndNote web*
Edit > preference > Sync
• Mark references as read and unread in EndNote library
Select references, then, Right click > Mark unread [or] Mark read
• Email references with PDF attachment from EndNote
Highlight the reference > click on the email symbol
* Sync limits: 50000 records or 5000 groups or 5GB attachment
EndNoteX7 in MS Word 2013
Cite While You Write:
Searching References in MS Word 2013
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In Microsoft MS Word 2013, place cursor at insertion point.
b.
Look for the EndNote X7 toolbar:-
For MS Word 2013, click on the button Insert Citation
Click Find Citation... In the dropdown menu.
c.
The EndNoteX7 Library will open.
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Enter the search term in the Find box and click the Search button.
e.
Click on the reference to select the term and click the Insert button.
Editing Citations in MS Word 2013
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In an EndNote X7 library, highlight a reference
b.
In Microsoft MS Word 2013, place cursor at insertion point.
c.
Look for the EndNote X7 toolbar:For MS Word 2013, click on the button “Insert Citation”
Click “Insert Selected Citation(s)”
d.
The reference is inserted
Cite While You Write:
Citing References in MS Word 2013
a.
For MS Word 2013, click on “Edit & Manage Citation(s)“
b.
Select the reference which is to be removed and click “Remove”
c.
The reference will be removed and all other references will be
automatically re-arranged
Change Reference Style
a.
In Microsoft MS Word 2013, look for the EndNote X7 toolbar
For MS Word 2013, go to Style: > Select another style
b.
Under Select another style…
c.
Select the desired journal style from the list. e.g. ACS (American Chemical
Society)
d.
The references are now re-formatted.
Journal Citation Reports
 A comprehensive and unique resource that allows you
to evaluate and compare journals
 It makes use of citation and article counts entirely
from the Web of Science ® databases
Point to note:
It is not possible to obtain a JCR impact factor of a
journal that is not covered in the Web of Science ®
databases
Journal Impact Factor
It measures how frequently the average article in a journal
has been cited in a particular year.
Journal Immediacy Index
 Indicates how quickly articles published in a journal are
cited within the same year
 Indicates the “hottest” journals that publishes the latest
research in the fast-moving specialties
Journal Citation Report (JCR) Demo
What are the top-ranked multidisciplinary journals
in Chemistry?
How to use the Journal Citation Report
To Find :
Most frequently cited journals in a
field
Highest impact journals in a field
Largest journals in a field
“Hottest” journal in a field
Data to use in JCR:
Total Cites
Impact factor
Articles
Immediacy Index
SciFinder - overview
 Developed by Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS)
 Information from:
 > 10,000 currently published journals
 > 38 million organic and inorganic substances
 Patents from > 57 patent authorities
 Explore database by:
 Chemical structures or biological sequences
 Substructures and reactions
 Research topic, author, company, substance name
 cont’ …..
Cont’ …..
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IR, MS spectra, Proton Carbon NMR spectra
Bioactivity and target indicators for biochemistry e.g.
new drug development
Updated daily
Register for a SciFinder account using NUS email and
confirm the email after the registration is done
Click here to access SciFinder and for more information
Tips to construct a search statement
 Combine the concept using prepositions / conjunctions1)
 Do not use truncation or wildcard symbols e.g. * !
 Do not use Boolean logic or word groupings
1. Limitation for a search statement :
Max 7 concepts, max 40 words, max 3 Boolean operators (e.g. AND, OR) to
define a single concept, max 8 terms to be used to define a single concept
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An Example…
X Cross coupling reaction AND Olefin AND Rhodium catalyst*
Cross coupling reaction of Olefin with Rhodium catalyst
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Export references from SciFinder to EndNote X7
1.
Select references from the results
2.
Click “Export ” and type a file name
3.
Select “Citation Export Format” (*.ris)
4.
Click “Export”
For Internet Explorer 8 and above:
This pop-up box will appear and click “Open”
For Google Chrome:
Click on downloaded (.ris) file icon and
the reference will be exported to
EndNote Library
For Mozilla Firefox:
This pop-up box will appear and click
“OK”
Reaxys
• A chemistry database that allows users to search chemical structures,
chemical reaction, as well as the references
• Coverage:
Beilstein Handbook of Organic Chemistry: journals since 1771 and
patent publications from 1869 – 1980
Gmelin Handbook of Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry:
journals from 1772 – 1995
USA patents from 1976 & World and European patents from 1978
• Updated monthly
• Access and more info about Reaxys:
http://libguides.nus.edu.sg/content.php?pid=112317&sid=845752
Let’s try Reaxys
www.lib.nus.edu.sg
Export References from Reaxys to EndNote X7
1. Select references from the results
2. Click “Output ”
3. Select “citations table”
4. Select “literature management
system” (.RIS)
5. Fill the range (number of references to
be exported) / selected hits
6. Click “OK”
7. Click “download”
8. Refer to the steps on the right
according to the browser that you used
For Internet Explorer 9 and above:
The reference will be automatically
exported to EndNote Library
For Google Chrome:
Click on downloaded (.ris) file icon and
the reference will be exported to
EndNote Library
For Mozilla Firefox:
This pop-up box will appear and click
“OK”
Additional library tools
 NUS Libraries Proxy Bookmarklet
http://libguides.nus.edu.sg/proxy_bookmarklet?hs=a
 [email protected] – Google scholar
http://libguides.nus.edu.sg/googlescholarlinks
 Chemistry LibGuides
http://libguides.nus.edu.sg/chemistry
 EndNote Guides
http://libguides.nus.edu.sg/endnote
 Patent tutorial
http://libguides.nus.edu.sg/patent
EndNote X7 Hands-On Tutorials (Semester 2, 2014/15)
Date
Time
Venue
Tue, 24 Feb
10am - 12noon
Central Library Training Room
Wed, 25 Feb
1pm - 3pm
Central Library Training Room
Thu, 26 Feb
1pm - 3pm
HSSML Training Room
Fri, 27 Feb
10am - 12noon
HSSML Training Room
Tue, 3 Mar
1pm - 3pm
Science Library Training Room
Thu, 5 Mar
10am - 12noon
Science Library Training Room
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Schedule is tentative and may be subject to changes.
Visit http://libguides.nus.edu.sg/endnote for more information.
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