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Citation Analysis in Research Evaluation
This work focuses on assessing Basic Science Research Departments and Scientific Journals, as well as Empirical and Theoretical Chapters, and the Citation Indexes, which summarize the literature on empirical and theoretical determinants of scientific research.
Journal impact measures in bibliometric research
It is shown that in contrast to a common misbelief statistical methods can be applied to discrete "skewed" distributions, and that the statistical reliability of these statistics can be used as a basis for application of journal impact measures in comparative analyses.
Handbook of Quantitative Science and Technology Research: The Use of Publication and Patent Statistics in Studies of S&T Systems
After a review of developments in the quantitative study of science, particularly since the early 1970s, I focus on two current main lines of ‘measuring science’ based on bibliometric analysis. With
The impact-factors debate: the ISI's uses and limits
  • H. Moed
  • Business
  • 14 February 2002
Towards a critical, informative, accurate and policy-relevant bibliometrics.
Citation Analysis in Research Evaluation (Information Science & Knowledge Management)
That's it, a book to wait for in this month. Even you have wanted for long time for releasing this book citation analysis in research evaluation information science and knowledge management; you may
Measuring China"s research performance using the Science Citation Index
  • H. Moed
  • Education
  • 1 March 2002
The main conclusion is that bibliometric analyses based on the ISI databases in principle provide useful and valid indicators of the international position of Chinese research activities, provided that these analyses deal properly with the relatively large number of national Chinese journals covered by the ISI indexes.
The effect of 'Open Access' upon citation impact: An analysis of ArXiv's Condensed Matter Section
  • H. Moed
  • Physics
  • 14 November 2006
Evidence is provided that ArXiv accelerates citation due to the fact that Ar Xiv makes papers available earlier rather than makes them freely available, and there is in a sample of six condensed matter physics journals studied in detail no sign of a general “open access advantage” of papers deposited in ArXv.