The scite trial will start today and run through Wednesday, May 11th. You can use scite search and report features without creating an account and logging in. However, to create a custom dashboard, create a notification, save a search, or utilize the reference check features, an account will be needed. NOTE: Access to scite is by IP authentication. Thus, if you’re off-campus, be sure to download VPN from the IS website. After using scite, feel free to provide feedback on how you used scite along with what you liked and disliked at https://forms.gle/iYAvaMzid96yWitH9.
Two live demos are currently scheduled for
- Tuesday, March 1st at 9:00 a.m.
- Friday, March 4th at 3:00 p.m.
If you’d like to attend the live demo, please email me (Denice Lewis) at email@example.com. However, if you’re unable to attend a live demo, the videos below quickly review different features within scite.
The list below expands upon different features/tools within scite. Click on the name of the feature/tool for a quick video or click on the link(s) beneath the name to read additional details about the feature/tool.
- scite browser extension: Verify information online or explore the supporting and contrasting information on a topic using the scite browser extension
- Citation statement search: Tie content to context. See the sentence(s) where the keywords or phrases are cited.
- Custom dashboard: View trends on a specific topic/field and identify. Further analyze research using smart citations. Which articles have the most supporting/contrasting citations?
- Reference check: Analyze the references cited within an article or PDF file. Are there any retractions for a citation? What are the citation metrics for the references? Check the references that you’re citing within a paper or article.
- Researcher profiles: Look at smart citations from the perspective of a single individual. e.g. papers published, how they cite and hove they have been cited
- scite visualizations: Thinking citation map with colored lines indicating supporting, contrasting, and mentioning citations
- scite plug-in for Zotero: See supporting, disputing, or mentioning citations for resources you’ve added to Zotero.
Happy smart citation searching and analysis!