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Unformatted text preview: ticle. Prepared August 9, 2010 by Maag Library Youngstown State University Page 5 Navigating to and Using Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science) What’s In View What to Do 15. To see related articles, from the right sidebar, use the Related Records. 16. This produces a listing entitled Related Records which provides links to each of the articles which the author used in writing his/her work. Note the columns which indicate each of these article’s Cited References and Shared References. 17. Use the browser Back button to return to the previous page which contains the Abstract. 18. From the right-frame (or the reference line above the abstract) one can also request this article’s References, which presents the specific references used in creating the article. Page 6 Prepared August 9, 2010 by Maag Library Youngstown State University Navigating to and Using Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science) What’s In View What to Do 19. Here is the resulting page from selecting References. Note that it is titled Cited References. 20. After reviewing this page, use the browser Back button to return to the previous page. 21. From this page the researcher could also see how many times this article has been cited in the works of others by selecting the hyperlink Times Cited in the row of options or by the right-frame area titled Cited by. This is a good means by which authors can see who is looking at and using their research and is also helpful to researchers because it may lead to further research on the same study or substances or paramete...
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