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A ResearcherID number is a unique author identifier specific to Thomson Reuters. It consists of alphanumeric characters and contains the year an author registers. There are two ways to register for a ResearcherID account. If you are an Web of Science subscriber, you can register from the Web of Science homepage. Otherwise, you can request an invitation. Authors can: update their profile information, build their publication list using Web of Science or by uploading a file, make their profile public or private. Registered and non-registered users can search the Researcher Registry to view profiles. See: ResearcherID and ORCID Integration
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Search by author (last name, first initial* ), try all variations
YOu may need to expand the author limit on the right and select all appropriate names
From results page, click: Create Citation Report, to the right, just above the results.
You may also search by ResearcherID numbers or ORCID identifiers
The Citation reports provides:
Total number of results found (Results Found);
Total number of times all records have been cited (Sum of Times Cited);
Total number of citations to all results found in the results set minus any citation from articles in the set (Sum of Times Cited without Self-Citations);
Total number of citations to any of the items in the set of search results (Citing Articles);
Citing articles minus any article that appears in the set of search results (Citing Articles without Self-citations);
Average number of times a record has been cited (Average Citations per Item);
Total number of times a record has been cited for all years in the results set (Total column)
H-index count that is based on the list of publications ranked in descending order by the Times Cited count.