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Last Updated: Feb 27, 2018    

To find out the number of papers of XJTLU researchers which are indexed by Science Citation Index (SCI), you may use Web of Science.

The most quickly way is to conduct a basic search using the University’s name in the field “Organization-Enhanced”. You may also select the university from the index provided in WoS. Define a time range, select SCI from “MORE SETTINGS” and then click “Search” to see the results.

But you should always note that, by using this quick search, the results may not be 100% accurate since some of the researchers may have provided inaccurate or incorrect names of the University when publishing their papers.

To get more accurate results, you may add search terms (such as variations of the University’s name) or use the advanced search method.


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