You've probably noticed we display the WoS (Web of Science) accession number below the DOI for each article. It is now an active link - when clicked, the full details of the paper, as indexed in WoS, are displayed. You can create a free account or you may log in through your institution to view all the data.✍
The References section on the website for each article is expandable when clicked. They are still on the page but the feel of clutter is way less.✍
Earlier this year, in the Editorial of Volume 7 Issue 2, we announced a new metrics widget, scite_ API by Scite Inc. scite_ is a platform for discovering and evaluating scientific articles via Smart Citations which allow users to see how a publication has been cited by providing the context of the citation and a classification describing whether it provides 'supporting' or 'contrasting' evidence for the cited claim, or just 'mentioning' the source. It also features the scite Index for journals and institutions which measures how supported publications from a journal or an institution are, and is calculated using the following formula (for 2- year, 5-year, or a lifetime period):Read more ...