"A map of science is a spatial representation of how disciplines, fields, specialties, and individual papers or authors are related to one another as shown by their physical proximity and relative locations, analogous to the way geographic maps show the relationships of political or physical features on the Earth."
Small, H. (1999). Visualizing science by citation mapping. Journal of the American society for Information Science, 50(9), 799-813.
Create a citation map using the article by Small, H. (shown above).
If you get an error message when generating the map, follow the steps:
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Do you want to create a graphical representation that shows the citation relationships (cited references and citing articles) between your paper and other papers? Using Web of Knowledge database citation mapping tool, you can analyze which researchers are citing your papers. You can also choose to organize and color code the results by author, year, journal title, subject category, and more.
Watch the video tutorial or follow the instructions below:
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