the Russian index of scientific citing (RISC)
The Russian index of scientific citing (RISC) is a national information-analytical system, including more than 2 million publications of Russian authors, as well as information about citation of these publications from more than 2000 Russian journals. It is designed not only for operational support of scientific research relevant bibliographic information, but is also a powerful tool with which to assess the effectiveness and efficiency of activities of research organizations, scientists, the level of scientific journals, etc.
How to find citation index
1. Sign in to e-library under your username and password.
2. by Typing the desired information about the author (Surname, initials, town) You will find information about the publication activity of the author, the citation index and h-Index.
3. More information about
- author registration
- working with the list of publications
- the search of publications
- working with the list of citations
analysis of publication activity
You can learn from the Instruction
INSTRUCTION FOR AUTHORS AT work IN the SCIENCE INDEX
the Library provides support to staff in the placement of publications in the RISC database.
Abstract database Scopus
We offer to your attention an electronic resource that allows for free free access to know a number of publications and citations of articles in the world's largest abstract database "Scopus".
This link citation Index in Scopus
you go into a field "Search for Author", where typing the author's last name (no initials), valid Wollensak or Stodulka, and then press "Search", you can choose the initials you need the author to view statistics and its citation by years and articles, as well as the dynamics of the citation of author's articles in the graphics window.
To find journal ranking, go to:
brief on the basis of "Scopus"
Scopus is the largest database of scientific publications without full text. One of the main functions is built into the search engine citations. Scopus covers more than 15 thousand scientific journals from 4 thousand scholarly publishers in the world, including nearly 200 journals, and 13 million patents USA, Europe and Japan, materials of scientific conferences. Her list includes the Russian journal "Vestnik of ophthalmology".
Scopus, in contrast to the "Web of Science" does not include publications in the Humanities and the arts.