Google Scholar is a subset of Google that is designed to search for scholarly publications, including journal articles, theses, books, and reports. One useful feature of a Google scholar account is Google Scholar Citations, which allows you to monitor citations to your articles. Citation information is extracted from the scholarly articles within the Google Scholar database and from U.S. patents in the Google Patents database. Documents retrieved from Google Scholar should be verified for accuracy.
To get started, you need to create a Google Scholar Citations author profile:
Learn more about viewing citations and obtaining citation metrics for articles in your profile.
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