|Database||InCites||Essential Science Indicators|
Best for individual and departmental reports. Institutional Profile good for institutional research officers.
Best for administrators and institutional research officers
|Best for||Provides quick reports on research performance, collaborations, and researchers||Provides Highly Cited Papers & Hot Papers lists and notes emerging research areas|
|Subjects||Covers over 200 research areas||Covers 22 broad disciplines|
|Customization||Can create and share dashboard(s)||Dashboard not available|
|Content||Includes Web of Science data from 1980 to present for journal articles, proceedings, and books||Includes Web of Science data from the latest 10 years for journal articles and proceedings that are in the top 1%|
|Downside||Department-level reports are not available||Author names are not disambiguated.|
Note: To access these tools you must login first using your Emory ID and then login to your personal Web of Science account. If you do not already have a personal login for Web of Science or EndNote, then you will need to create one.
Image: InCites Systems Reports: Institution Profiles.
Take 10 minutes, learn how to best use these tools, and the pros/cons of each.
|InCites||Essential Science Indicators (ESI)|
|Finding Researchers videos||
ESI Authors (2-minutes)
|University Data videos||
Example data showing productivity (number of publications) and impact (number of citations) of research on organic chemistry at Emory University and two comparison universities.