China’s production included three additional publications from Hong Kong in .
states that it contains 18,000 titles from more than 5,000 international publishers, including 16,500 peer–reviewed journals in addition to about 1,200 open access journals, 600 trade publications, 2,350 book series, and 3.6 million conference papers among others . Users can contribute anonymously, or under a pseudonym, or with their real identity.
The page history view (revision history or edit history) includes a list of the page’s previous revisions, including date and time, the user name (or IP address) and edit history.
In addition, the result may be influenced by one’s subscription periods.
If an institution has access to a limited time period such as from 2005 to the present, the result would probably be smaller.
has become increasingly an important tool for “fact–checking” (Kniffel, 2008) as well as a topic of research because of its convenient access on the Web, its coverage, and the nature of large–scale collaborative work, among other reasons.
According to , asserts that it contains the world’s leading citations from multidisciplinary coverage of over 10,000 high–impact journals in the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities, as well as international proceedings coverage for over 120,000 conferences.
Cronin and Shaw (2007) used bibliometric tools to identify Kling’s intellectual impact and network using his publications, his cited works, and acknowledgment data.
Others studied citing behaviors and motivations of citers besides scientific impact (Bornmann and Daniel, 2008).
An “affilorg” (Hong Kong) brings additional research output by researchers affiliated with institutions in Hong Kong.
An advanced search combined with “subjarea” (comp) shows the number of documents categorized as computer science.