01-06-2010 09:55 AM
Increasingly, people in academia require creating a list of the citations of their papers. It would be nice if ResearcherID allows them to do that automatically. The end result will be a (doc or pdf) document or html page in which the metadata of each individual publication of the person is follows by list of the citations of that publication. Very important is to allow people to add citations manually, thereby allowing them to include citations in the media that are not covered by ISI products.
01-18-2010 12:15 PM
Since I was just about to suggest the same, I am all for it!
It would be really powerful and convenient to be able to print a recent list of publications with citations.
My additions would be that different places require the presentation in different formats and therefore it would be handy to have an online editor of sorts to add the information asked for. For example, I would probably want to have all authors names, but not always. Sometimes each paper has to be 'categorized' or 'highlighted' (as in 'mark with a star your 10 most important publication') which is another point for the editing.
06-10-2010 01:55 PM
Thanks for the suggestion about PDF and HMTL output. We'll add this to our future enhancement list.
As far as the information in all caps, we are taking a phased approach to enhancing this. Items that have been added after our latest release (May 16th 2010), should have journal names in proper casing. There is a bug in ResearcherID where all author names are forced into upper-case. This is currently being corrected and is planned to be made available as part of our late summer release. More details can be supplied when available.
06-10-2010 01:57 PM
Nice touch using your RID number as your forum handle, btw!
These are excellent suggestions that we will add to our enhancement list.
Thank you for your interest in ResearcherID.
06-10-2010 01:58 PM
Thank you for your interst in ResarcherID and the suggestions. We'll add them to our future enhancement list.