Databases that compile information about the bibliographic citations made in academic articles.
It makes it possible to know the number of citations received by an author or a specific piece of work.
- Web of Science Core collection
The first three citation indexes contain the references cited by the authors of the articles. You can use these references to do cited reference searching.
Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-Expanded) -- 1900-present
Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI) -- 1900-present
Arts & Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI) -- 1975-present
Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) -- 2015-present
Elsevier database containing the citations of works it has published since 1996.
- RePEc: Research Papers in Economics. From CitEc.
Analysis of citations of documents included in its database.
This gives information about the citations received by the journals in the database itself.
A database created by the Spanish National Research Council and the Carlos III University of citations in Spanish on modern history. Objective: Analysis and evaluation of citations in academic journals and conference proceedings.
- Google Scholar
A search engine including peer-reviewed studies, theses, books, abstracts, and articles from academic sources. In the results it provides information about the number of citations received.
- Academic Search Complete, PsycINFo, SocIndex, Business Source Complete, CINAHL with full-text, Library Information Science Technology
Databases that also provide information on citations generated by the articles.
- Google Scholar, Google Books
Books / chapters from
- Google Scholar, Dialnet, Subject databases