Excel and CSV
You may export your complete results list as an Excel Sheet or as a CSV Sheet. Just click on the right side at the corresponding symbol. The list will then be prepared:
The Excel and CSV Sheets include several metadata columns. Regarding the Impact Factor column:
- No value means that the publication is published in a journal that isn't indexed in the journal citations reports
- The value "not available" means that the journal is indexed in the journal citation reports, but the journal impact factor has not been calculated
- The journals citation reports include information on all journals indexed in the Science Citation Index Expanded* and the Social Science Citation Index*. These journals are often considered as "ISI journals". (Please note you have to register free of charge to access the lists).
* alternatively you can search via the master list with "*" and filter via Web of Science Coverage on the left side for the index you want to see.
Alternatively, you may also export your publication list as a PDF, RTF or RIS file and even choose a specific citation format:
Tip: Keep DORA HTML tags when exporting citations to EndNote
- Select the publications you would like to export from DORA and choose the RIS export type
- Download the "Convert HTML Tags" EndNote plugin
- Save the plugin in your EndNote plugin folder (e.g. for EndNote 8 under Windows: C:\Program Files\EndNote X8\Plugins; for other operating systems see here)
- Run EndNote, import the RIS file and then choose Tools => Convert HTML Tags
There are currently four standard citation styles implemented into DORA:
For PSI and Eawag users, we have implemented the PSI/Eawag-website citation style as well.