Search tools for locating citations
|Search tool||Subject area||Coverage|
|arXiv||Physics, mathematics, non-linear science, computer science, and quantitative biology||The contents of arXiv conform to Cornell University academic standards. Contains articles relating to citation analysis and impact of research.|
|CiteSeerX||Computer and information science||CiteSeerX computes citation statistics and related documents for all articles cited in the database. CiteSeerX uses citation links and shows the context of citations to a given paper, allowing a researcher to see what other researchers have to say about an article.|
|Google Scholar||Multi-disciplinary||Provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. Search across many disciplines and sources, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts and articles, from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and other scholarly organisations.|
|Scopus (Elsevier)||Engineering, life sciences, medicine, physical sciences, social sciences||The world's largest abstract and indexing database, Scopus will assist FedUni researchers to demonstrate the quality and impact of their own research by identifying citations of their work in 15,000 indexed titles.|
|Wiley Online Library||Business, chemistry, computer science, life sciences, earth and environmental science, education, engineering, law, mathematics and statistics, medicine, physics and astronomy, polymers and materials science, psychology, social sciences|| |
Citation Tracking allows researchers to track where an article has been cited in other online content via links within the article content. To use the feature, access a journal article abstract to which you have a licence and click on the Citation Tracking link in the article navigation bar. A list of citations is displayed with all available information for the article listed under the article title.