*For best use, use Firefox, since there are some features in Web of Science that are not supported in the Chrome browser.*
To search for articles in Web of Science that cite a work, start in the Core Collection by clicking on the drop down menu to the left of the Search menu.
Provide some or all of the following information about the source work:
Under "More Settings," you can limit to the three separate Citation Index databases.
On the results screen, view citations for individual works by clicking View Record and then review the links to the left under Citation Network.
Finding the full-text of articles
To locate the full-text of articles (electronic or print copies, depending on the Libraries' holdings), click on the journal title article and then select button. Articles that we do not have can be obtained through Inter-Library Loan directly through the Get It! service.
You can limit your search to specific fields (such as Author, Publication Name, Organization Name) by selecting the field name using the drop down to the right of the search box.
When you select a specific field, a link to an field index will appear. Since Web of Science uses abbreviations and tries to resolve for variations on names (for examples SUNY Binghamton, Binghamton University) for these fields, searching the index first will make sure that you receive the correct search results.
The citation count appears to the far right of the citation. Clicking on the article title will bring up the "Citation Network" for each article, which provides a series of quick links to article level citation information.
The "Times Cited" is the total number of times the article is cited across all databases on the Web of Science platform - which includes databases the Binghamton University Libraries may not subscribe to. Clicking on the "Times Cited" link will return the records for the articles in the databases that Libraries subscribe to, so your results list may be lower then the total indicated in "Times Cited."
"Cited References" will bring up the reference list of the article.
The Citation Map is a visualization tool that groups cited and citing articles around author and subject themes. The tool allows you to view the citation history of the article forward (articles that cited the original article) or backwards (articles cited by original article). For each direction, you can view 1 generation or 2 generations (for example, the articles that were cited in the original article plus the articles those articles cited).
For more detail on using the Citation Map, see Web of Science Help.