Exporting references and opening articles/citations
Publish or Perish can export the full bibliographic details of any of the results in eleven different styles, a handy shortcut if you need the full reference of an article or if you would like to copy all your own publications into a CV. Different data sources have different capabilities in this respect.
|Data source||Most common problems|
|Crossref||Exports full bibliographic details of references including article DOI.|
|Google Scholar (GS)||
|Google Scholar Profile (GSP)||
|Microsoft Academic (MA)||Exports full bibliographic details of references including article DOI.|
|Scopus||Exports full bibliographic details of references including article DOI and journal ISSN.|
|Web of Science||Exports full bibliographic details of references including DOI and journal ISSN.|
Open articles and citations
To help with literature reviews and/or more detailed analyses, you may wish to open results (publications) or their citing works in a web browser or Publish or Perish itself. Different data sources have different capabilities in this respect.
|Data source||Opens publication in browser||Opens citing works in browser||Opens citing works in PoP|
|Google Scholar (GS)||Yes
|Google Scholar Profile (GSP)||Yes, opens in GSP view first, can click through to article||Yes||Yes|
|Microsoft Academic (MA)||Yes
||Yes, citing works are shown, but can only click through if subscribed to Scopus||No|
|Web of Science||Yes
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Anne-Wil Harzing is Professor of International Management at Middlesex University, London. In addition to her academic duties, she also maintains the Journal Quality List and is the driving force behind the popular Publish or Perish software program.