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Tue Jan 25 2022

Characteristics of scite Citation Statements

Published by Domenic Rosatiresearch

This post describes some simple summary statistics on the length of scite citation statements and an overview of what we mean when we say citation statements…

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Tue Jan 25 2022

Scite Expands Coverage in Biomedical Publishing, Moves Forward With Introduction of Next Generation Citations

Published by sciteNews

Brooklyn, NY — January 25, 2022 — scite, an award-winning tool that helps students and researchers discover and understand research findings better, has signed its fifteenth indexing agreement. With new agreements from Wolters Kluwer, Royal Society, and others, scite moves forward in its push to introduce the next generation of citations, called Smart Citations.

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Tue Jan 04 2022

How Fast Does Scientific Disagreement and Support Happen?

Published by Domenic Rosatiresearch

In the below post, we take a look at the number of days until citations occur broken out by the type of citation, whether it is supporting, mentioning, or contrasting the paper being cited, and where the citation occurs in the citing paper i.e. introduction, methods, results, or discussion…

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Mon Dec 20 2021

How scite Is Helping a Doctor in Malaysia Provide Better Guidance to Expecting Mothers

Published by scitecase study

See how scite is used in the field by a healthcare professional.

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Fri Dec 03 2021

Which Fictional Characters Are Mentioned the Most in Scientific Literature?

Published by sciteother

What do Harry Potter, Mickey Mouse, Cinderella, and Peppa Pig all have in common? They are all fictional characters that have been mentioned in scientific articles dozens of times. Yes, that's right; this post is about which fictional characters have been mentioned in the scientific literature and how many times…

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Tue Nov 30 2021

scite Is Used in Every Country Around the World

Published by sciteother

As we start to work with universities and other institutions on providing organizational licenses, we often get questions about how many of their students, faculty and staff are already using scite. Even some of our users and partners have expressed interest in who is using scite. We can't give a full picture of this since users often do not self-identify which institutions they come from, use personal emails, or use ad blockers preventing the collection of information such as location and so on. However, we can give a partial description of our user demographics and we wanted to outline this in a post to help people understand who scite users are and where they come from…

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Mon Nov 22 2021

10 Words or Phrases You Wouldn’t Expect to Be Published in Academic Journals

Published by sciteOther

Uncover various phrases or words you might not expect to find in the academic literature using Citation Statement Search.

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Thu Nov 18 2021

American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association Partners with scite to Launch Smart Citations on Publications

Published by sciteNews

scite, an award-winning research tool that helps researchers and students discover and understand research better, has partnered with American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to launch Smart Citations on ASHA publications.…

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Tue Nov 16 2021

You Can Now Search and Match Exact Phrases or Words in Our Citation Statement Search

Published by sciteNew FeatureNews

Today, we are excited to announce even more control over our Citation Statement search by introducing the ability to search and match exact phrases or words, so you can find relevant articles and better use the literature to answer questions you may have. To do so, simply add quotation marks to your search terms…

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Thu Nov 11 2021

Redux store code splitting with sagas

Published by Milo MordauntDevelopment

At scite we recently put some engineering effort into reducing our Javascript bundle size.

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Wed Nov 03 2021

scite signs indexing agreement with Emerald Publishing

Published by sciteNews

BROOKLYN, NY — November 3, 2021 — scite, an award-winning research tool that helps researchers and students discover and understand research, has signed an indexing agreement with Emerald Publishing.

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Wed Oct 27 2021

Citations Are Not Just for Ranking Agencies and Administrators

Published by Josh NicholsonOther

Traditional citation indexes leave a lot to be desired; see how the next generation of citations are being use to advance research.

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Tue Oct 19 2021

Citation Statement Alerts Help You Stay On Top of Relevant Research

Published by Ashish UppalaNew FeatureNews

When we launched Citation Statement Search, we were thrilled at the idea of exploring these statements to find facts, figures and insights straight from the literature. Now, you can configure alerts to make the conversation come to you.

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Mon Oct 18 2021

scite Email Alerts Just Got So Much Better

Published by Ashish UppalaNew FeatureNews

We launched Smart Citation email alerts a few months ago to help our users stay on top of the scientific conversation. After some feedback, these email alerts have a fresh new look designed to be more useful for you.

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Mon Oct 18 2021

29 Universities in Kenya and Uganda Have Now Licensed scite To Improve Research and Education

Published by sciteNews

Through cooperation with EIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries), a non-profit that works with libraries to enable access to knowledge for education, learning, and research, these 29 universities now have premium plus access to scite for three years.

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Mon Sep 20 2021

A University Uses scite.ai to Help Students and Faculty to Better Discover and Understand Research

Published by scitecase study

A university was looking to help their students and faculty improve the quality of their research and enhance the literature discovery experience.

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Mon Sep 20 2021

Leading Pharmaceutical Uses scite To Effortlessly Track Their Research Output

Published by scitecase study

A leading pharmaceutical company was looking for a solution that would help them stay up to date on how research they published was cited by other scientific publications. This was crucial for a number of reasons, in part because subsequent literature might highlight flaws in their findings or fill in gaps in their knowledge that accelerate or otherwise inform their internal research and development.

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Mon Aug 30 2021

7 things scientists probably shouldn't be writing in their papers

Published by sciteOther

We recently released our new Citation Statement Search feature, which allows users to search 900M citation statements extracted from 26M full-text articles. This is a powerful new tool for finding expert analyses and opinions on nearly any topic. It’s also powerful for finding some things scientists probably shouldn’t be writing in their papers.

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Thu Aug 26 2021

Citations in Context from scite

Published by sciteNew FeatureNews

We are happy to announce our arXivLabs collaboration with scite, a new company that is introducing “Smart Citations”. These new citations not only show how many times an article has been cited, but…

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Tue Aug 24 2021

Using scite for university coursework

Published by Mason HayesTutorial

Excitement. Anxiety. Curiosity. Coming up on the end of August, over the next few weeks millions of students across the world will taste the cocktail of emotions that come with the start of the new academic year. For some, this means travelling across the country or across the world to new places, meeting new people, and discovering new things. For others, this means a return to the “normal” life they had become accustomed to.

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