Internet search giant Google is sponsoring a tool that gives users an easy way to search the scientific literature in general. Google Scholar, the research platform most commonly used by research platforms, is a popular method to present papers that have been cited. Elsevier has launched an indexing and abstraction service, which includes its own citation tracking tool, with the aim of making the public a better, more accurate and accessible source of citations for research. We dug up the data behind the search results for the newspaper articles and the quotations they received to take a look at the results.
You will now receive a Google Scholar profile that helps you track when your work has been cited in peer review literature and is part of a scientific landing page that connects you to others in your publication. Google Scholar also has a special Author Search, where ... Read more »