Use these free tools from Harvard to enhance your research networking! Bibliometrics analysis (identification of important concepts and trends to discover connections between people and different areas of research) may be applied to publications, patents, grants, and websites. The data behind these tools includes the entire Medline publication database, the NIH RePORTER grant database, and other information freely available on the internet.
- Journal Bibliometric Report – Using citation data in Medline, this tool calculates a journal’s impact factor and ranks journals within a field.
- Bibliometric Summary Report – Given a list of PubMed IDs, this tool calculates common metrics, including citation counts and h-index.
- Grants to PubMedIDs – Search for NIH grants and lookup the publications in Medline that reference them.
- PubMedIDs to PMCIDs – Convert a list of PubMed IDs to PubMed Central IDs.
- PubMedIDs to Citation Counts – Determine the number of citations for a list of PubMed ID
- PubMedIDs to References – Convert a list of PubMed IDs to formatted references.
Tools may be used in combination. For example, search for the publications associated with a grant, and then generate a bibliometric summary report for those publications or obtain a formatted list of references. SOURCE: Harvard Profiles Research Networking