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Who's Citing My Work?
You may want to know who cites your work to understand its impact. There are three common ways to search for publications citing your work:
Google Scholar: Search for one of your published works in Google Scholar. On the results page, there is a link "Cited by #" (highlighted in the example below) at the bottom of each result. That link leads you to the works in Google Scholar that have cited your specific published work. If that link is missing, there are no items in Google Scholar that have cited that work.
EagleSearch: Search for one of your published works in EagleSearch. On the results page, a double-headed arrow (highlighted in the example below) links to the works in EagleSearch that have cited your specific published work. If that double-headed arrow is missing, there are no items in EagleSearch that have cited that work.
Individual Databases: Many databases link to works that cite a specific publication. Using a database that indexes your publication, check the search results for links to other works in that database that link to your publication. Note: the database may require a subscription to use this function.