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- Google Scholar Citation Pages - Registered Google users can create a customized Google Scholar profile page to assist in tracking their research publication lists, times cited counts, employment and research interests.
LinkedIn - Registered users can both list their publications and publish their content to share with everyone on this professional network.
- ORCID - Registered users are assigned a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes their researcher from every other researcher. This identifier is also used to follow the user's work through key research workflows, such as manuscript and grant submission. It can be linked to with Scopus, ResearcherID, and LinkedIn.
- ResearcherID - Registered users are assigned a unique identifier to assist in tracking their publication lists, times cited counts, and h-index. Since ResearcherID information integrates with the Web of Science and is ORCID compliant, the registered users can claim and showcase their publications from a single account.