Publons is the updated platform where your research ID has been moved to on april 14th2019.
To access your new Publons profile you can still use your Clarivate account. This covers EndNote, ResearcherID and Web Of Science searches and alerts options.
What is Publons to you:
All of your publications, can instantly be imported from Web of Science, ORCID or you Reference manager (Mendeley, Endnote etc.)
Citation Metrics, are automatically imported from the Web of Science Core collection
Correct Author attribution, using your ResearcherID, publications will be suggested for your profile.
Your journal editing history, is available from the Publons Dashboard
Download your Scholarly impact, in several formats from the Dashboard.
Start at https://publons.com/about/home/ to update your profile, using the import options available.
After the initial transfer of dat in April 2019, you will see another list of articles that can be attributed to you. Please select your articles carefully to enhance the ResearcherID, now Publons recognition of your work.
- Export from your Pure profile in .RIS format will allow import in ORCID and Publons of publications not standard in Web Of Science
- You can add your Publons profile to your Pure webpage as a link
- If you have a private ResearherID, it will NOT be transferred to Publons.
What is a ResearcherID number?
A ResearcherID number is a unique identifier that consists of alphanumeric characters. Each number contains the year in which you registered. ITC Library registers your ResearcherID for the repository and the SENSE Research School evaluation.
What is ResearcherID.com?
ResearcherID is the website where researchers can register for a unique researcher ID number. At this website, users can update their profile information, build their publication list using Web of Science and Web of Knowledge search services or by uploading a file, as well as select to make their profile public or private. Both registered and non-registered users can search the ResearcherID Registry to view profiles and find potential collaborators. Your Web of Science login also doubles as your ResearcherID login.
Build your own custom profile and avoid the common problem of author misidentification. Once registered, you can build your publication list by searching Web of Knowledge and Web of Science, or by uploading your own publication list. You will be able to generate citation metrics from the citation data on your publication list. ResearcherID is now integrated with EndNote Web. You can access your ResearcherID publication list in EndNote Web and use EndNote Web features to export your publications to, e.g, the desktop version of EndNote.
Building your publication list
Note: by adding publications using the Web of Knowledge or Web of Science options, ResearcherID.com can provide useful information about your publications on our Citation Metrics and ResearcherID Labs pages.
What type of items can be stored on the ResearcherID My Publications List?
Any item that an author has published can be added to their ResearcherID publication list, including journal articles, patents, conference proceedings, grants, and more. Items added to "My Publications" should be authored by the actual researcher to provide a true representation of their scholarly output. Please be aware that the metrics of these added items are not incorporated into your Web Of Science citation metrics !