Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is Science.Report?
A: Science.Report tracks publications and in-text citations. Thus, not only the citation but also its context is collected. You can also comment on your citation which your followers will see.

Q: Why aren’t all my publications and citations listed?
A: Currently, science.report is based on open access PubMed Central publications. You can manually add publications and citations.

Q: How can I add publication?
A: You have to be logged in and in your dashboard you can claim your profile. You need a doi name of your publication. The DOI name is usually found somewhere on the first page of your publication. Alternatively, you can search http://www.crossref.org for DOI name.

Q: How do I add citation?
A: You have to be logged in and in your dashboard you can claim your profile. You need a doi name of the citation of your publication. The DOI name is usually found somewhere on the first page of the publication. Alternatively, you can search http://www.crossref.org for DOI name.