Martin Cvelbar

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“Facts are stubborn things,
but statistics are pliable.”
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“Facts are stubborn things,
but statistics are pliable.”
- Mark Twain or Samuel Clemens or Anonymous
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Author IDs
• The major sources of citation information now offer ID
numbers for researchers
• Accurately identify yourself as author of your publications
• Link your publications (and their impact) to UQ eSpace, and
to UQ Researchers, HERDC, and the Q-index
• Use your ID numbers in your email signature and other web
presence
• Online publication list allows others easy access to your body
of work
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Scopus Author ID
• Automatically generated Author ID number
• Based on the Scopus database, published by
Elsevier.
• Try an “Author” search for your own name, in
Scopus, to find your Author ID.
• Your number will look like this:
Author ID: 55723661500
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Scopus Author Search
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Scopus Author ID
Authors should have one identity in Scopus. This
means the metrics information will be accurate.
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ResearcherID
• Links to publication and citation information from the Web of Science
database, published by Thomson Reuters.
• But only uses citation data from Science Citation Index and Social
Sciences Citation Index
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ResearcherID
If you are a UQ staff member and would like to
register for a ResearcherID:
1. Send an email to [email protected]
2. Add ‘RID request’ in the subject line.
3. Include your full name and UQ username (UQ
login) in the email
Otherwise create one at http://www.researcherid.com
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ResearcherID
If you already have a ResearcherID account and want
to link it to UQ eSpace, please complete the following
steps:
1. Send an email to: [email protected]
2. Add ‘RID link request’ in the subject line.
3. Include:
a. Your ResearcherID
b. UQ username (UQ login)
c. The email address you currently use for your
ResearcherID account.
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ResearcherID
When your new publications are added to the Web of
Science you will need to update your ResearcherID
publication list.
• Search the Web of Science for your new publication.
Check the box in front of your publication and then
click on the ResearcherID button.
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Once added …
Your citations in Web of Science will show in UQ
eSpace under the
icon
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ResearcherID Badge
• Links to publication and citation information from the Web of
Science database, published by Thomson Reuters.
• Include your ResearcherID number in your email signature
• ResearcherID badge can be placed in almost any online
environment (web page, blog) to showcase recent
publications
• ResearcherID badge links people directly to your profile
and full publications list
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WoS Author Search
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ORCID
• A new, open, non-profit registry of unique
author identifiers.
• Your publications from both ResearcherID and
Scopus can be added automatically to your
ORCID page, at your request. Look for links
within Scopus and ResearcherID
• OUP have implemented ORCID for author
identification
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ORCID
Look for the link on the rhs in Scopus to add your
ID to ORCID
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Google Scholar Profile
• Set up your profile from the Google Scholar page. Click on
“My Citations”.
• It can provide a more comprehensive list (based on Google
Scholar) of articles citing your work than Web of Science or
Scopus. This usually means a higher citation count and hindex, though the quality of the citing journals is also more
variable.
• Especially useful in subject areas not well covered by WoS
and Scopus such as the social sciences
• Your account has a unique URL, but not an author ID
number. The URL can be added to your email signature.
• Your profile can appear in Google Scholar when someone
searches for your name, if you make it ‘public’.
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Google Scholar profile
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Some things to do …
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Check to see if your publications in Scopus?
Check to see if your publications in Web of Science?
If you have more than one Scopus ID merge the authors
Create a ResearcherID and add your publications
Create a ResearcherID badge
Create an ORCID account and add links from Scopus and
ResearcherID
• Create an ORCID QR code to place on web pages
• Create a Google Scholar Profile and add your
publications
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UQ Library Databases
Choose databases from the UQ Library Search
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