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The Metrics Toolkit is a resource for researchers and evaluators that provides guidance for demonstrating and evaluating claims of research impact.  With the Toolkit you can quickly understand what a metric means, how it is calculated, and if it’s good match for your impact question. Link 

 


Dimensions: re-imagining discovery and access to research

The research landscape has evolved dramatically over the past 10 years with new technologies, more data and increasingly diverse research ecosystems. However, through these changes, the channels for discovery and ways impact is measured and assessed have remained static. Digital Science had a vision for a modern research system where data is democratized and the lens through which we measure research outputs broadened. 

Unlike existing tools, Dimensions brings together various research-related data sources (over 128 million pieces thus far) in a venue that is consistent and accessible to the community. In addition to deep-indexing, the Dimensions team invests in enhancing existing data for increased searchability and identifying links between related pieces (nearly 4 billion connections so far). Going far beyond traditional databases, Dimensions provides the community with a data discovery engine with both context and perspective.

Main Link dimensions.ai

Search link app.dimensions.ai/discover/publication


Scilit Scientific Literature Search System

Scilit database of scholarly works is developed and maintained by the open access publisher MDPI Link.

Scilit is a comprehensive, free database for scientists using a new method to collate data and indexing scientific material. Our crawlers extract the latest data from CrossRef and PubMed on a daily basis. This means that newly published articles are added to Scilit immediately.


Publications of ONAFT employees at Web of Science (avaliable on 07/12/2017)

Due to constant inquiries about the availability of publications of ONAFT employees in the  Web of Science database, the data obtained during direct work with the system was systematized.

The list of publications is available at Link.

We would like to note that there are current colleagues who work / study at ONAFT, as well as those employees who once worked at the academy.

The list will be updated, so we recommend you work with the information from the site.

 


AGRIS (Agricultural Research Information System) Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

AGRIS (Agricultural Research Information System) - International Information System for Agriculture and Allied Industries - was established in 1974. The project resource is part of the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) access by email at http://agris.fao.org/.

The AGRIS abstract database contains information on all aspects of agriculture and related industries, such as biotechnology, plant protection, veterinary medicine, agricultural equipment and machinery, toxicology, forestry, aquaculture, aquaculture and fisheries, food production technology, food person, natural resources, education, law, etc. The abstract database AGRIS includes information on books, monographs, articles from periodicals and collections. Special attention is paid to scientific and technical projects, reports, dissertations, conference materials, are not published in a wide print.


Scopus ID (avaliable from 07/12/2017)

CCSJP created list of employees of ONAFT, who was registered in Scopus.

Please note if you need to correct information about your account, please contact us. The list of profiles of ONAFT employees on 12.07.2017 can be downloaded by clicking on the Link.


Useful Browser Button

Dear colleagues, for several days, as are working two useful buttons for browsers.

1. Button Google scholar, allows you to search full-text versions of publications by title and, also, it generate citation on this publication.

2. Unpaywall provides a  free, legal  fulltext version of the publication.


CiteScore metrics from Scopus – comprehensive, current and free metrics for source titles in Scopus. Link


ScienceDirect is a resource that provides access to scientific publications, mostly paid, but by using the Open Access filter you can access publicly available publications.

The resource was launched in March 1997, the owner of the company Elsevier. Contains 2500 scientific editions and 26 000 electronic books. Link


The registry "Ukraine Scientists"

Available information array of  Ukrainian  Scientists, which  automatically generated and based on information from bibliographic descriptions abstracts of dissertations (candidates and doctors) since 1996, the list is automatically updated from  abstracts of dissertations which fund  in the Vernadsky National Library. Link