Sample Response

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      <getIncitesDatasetSourceArticleListingTopNResponse xmlns:ns3="http://beans.incitesws.thomsonreuters.com" xmlns:ns2="http://exception.incitesws.thomsonreuters.com">
         <articleListing>
            <article>
               <rank>1</rank>
               <uniqueIdentifier>A1982PB87900016</uniqueIdentifier>
               <docType>ARTICLE</docType>
               <publicationYear>1982</publicationYear>
               <journalTitle>JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SPACE PHYSICS</journalTitle>
               <documentTitle>MEASUREMENT OF THE RUGGED INVARIANTS OF MAGNETO-HYDRODYNAMIC TURBULENCE IN THE SOLAR-WIND</documentTitle>
               <timeCited>401</timeCited>
               <subjectArea>ASTRONOMY &amp; ASTROPHYSICS</subjectArea>
               <firstAuthor>MATTHAEUS, WH</firstAuthor>
               <allAuthors>MATTHAEUS, WH; GOLDSTEIN, ML</allAuthors>
               <secondGenerationCitation>11816</secondGenerationCitation>
               <secondGenerationCitationPerDoc>29.47</secondGenerationCitationPerDoc>
               <journalActualExpectedCitations>8.58</journalActualExpectedCitations>
               <categoryActualExpectedCitations>12.32</categoryActualExpectedCitations>
               <percentileInSubjectArea>0.41</percentileInSubjectArea>
               <journalImpactFactor>0.0</journalImpactFactor>
               <volume>87</volume>
               <page>6011-6028</page>
               <categoryExpectedCitations>32.55</categoryExpectedCitations>
               <journalExpectedCitations>46.72</journalExpectedCitations>
            </article>
            <article>
               <rank>2</rank>
               <uniqueIdentifier>000081860900040</uniqueIdentifier>
               <docType>ARTICLE</docType>
               <publicationYear>1999</publicationYear>
               <journalTitle>SCIENCE</journalTitle>
               <documentTitle>TRACE observation of damped coronal loop oscillations: Implications for coronal heating</documentTitle>
               <timeCited>360</timeCited>
               <subjectArea>ASTRONOMY &amp; ASTROPHYSICS</subjectArea>
               <firstAuthor>NAKARIAKOV, VM</firstAuthor>
               <allAuthors>NAKARIAKOV, VM; OFMAN, L; DELUCA, EE; ROBERTS, B; DAVILA, JM</allAuthors>
               <secondGenerationCitation>4173</secondGenerationCitation>
               <secondGenerationCitationPerDoc>11.59</secondGenerationCitationPerDoc>
               <journalActualExpectedCitations>1.71</journalActualExpectedCitations>
               <categoryActualExpectedCitations>15.06</categoryActualExpectedCitations>
               <percentileInSubjectArea>0.54</percentileInSubjectArea>
               <journalImpactFactor>29.75</journalImpactFactor>
               <volume>285</volume>
               <page>862-864</page>
               <categoryExpectedCitations>23.91</categoryExpectedCitations>
               <journalExpectedCitations>210.46</journalExpectedCitations>
            </article>
            </articleListing>
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productInCites / ICWS
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