Accuracy of citation data in Web of Science and Scopus

06/17/2019
by   Nees Jan van Eck, et al.
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We present a large-scale analysis of the accuracy of citation data in the Web of Science and Scopus databases. The analysis is based on citations given in publications in Elsevier journals. We reveal significant data quality problems for both databases. Missing and incorrect references are important problems in Web of Science. Duplicate publications are a serious problem in Scopus.

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