Set up an account for MyCitations in Google Scholar, create an author profile, track citations, and generate an h-index. While Google data may be less reliable, more types of publications are indexed.
Analyze Google Scholar data. This will be of particular interest to researchers in humanities and social sciences that have limited representation in Web of Science or Scopus which is the main data source for SciVal.
Currently, two tools are available to analyze Google Scholar data: Google Scholar Metrics - 2010-2014 , and Publish or Perish.
The citation information in Google Scholar is extracted from the scholarly journal articles within the Scholar database, and from the U.S. patents contained in the Google Patents database (linked below). Users have the option to eliminate the patents as the source of citation data and/or the option to include citations from legal journals and opinions from the federal and state courts. If a publication has been cited by these sources, it will contain a "Cited By Link" in its entry; clicking on that link will display the citing journal articles and patents (and the court opinions, if selected)
How to Find Citation Counts via Google Scholar and "Who is Citing Whom"
A free reference manager and a research network that allows you to keep track of your colleagues' publications, conference participations, awards, etc., and helps you discover people with research interests similar to yours.
Mendeley provides following metrics:
Along with the ability to import documents and citations, Mendeley works as a social networking tool to create opportunities for collaboration with options that allow you to: