Article Match Retrieval (AMR): FAQ

frequently asked questions

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What is the Article Match Retrieval service?

The Thomson Reuters Article Match Retrieval Service allows for a real-time lookup of bibliographic metadata such as Digital Object Identifier, author, source title, etc., against the Web of Science™ Core Collection database using the institution's subscription entitlements. If a match is found, the service will return Times Cited information as well as links to view the full record, related records page, or citing articles page in Web of Science Core Collection. Subscribers to Journal Citation Reports (JCR) can use this service to retrieve links to the JCR record for a given journal.

What is the current version of the service?

Who will want to use Article Match Retrieval?

What level of proficiency will an administrator require to use the service?

How does an administrator become entitled to Article Match Retrieval?

What are the data fields that can be queried through the Article Match Retrieval?

What are the data fields that can be returned by the Article Match Retrieval service?

Is there a restriction on how many requests can be made to the service?