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Becoming Metric-Wise: A Bibliometric Guide for Researchers
At midnight I was still awake, sitting in number five in my jockey shorts with the light out and the door.He smiled faintly. "I didn't know much about anything then. Too many people were already…
Real and rational variants of the h-index and the g-index
Publication patterns in the social sciences and humanities: evidence from eight European countries
This study investigates patterns in the language and type of social sciences and humanities (SSH) publications in non-English speaking European countries to demonstrate that such patterns are related…
Measuring co-authors’ contribution to an article’s visibility
This work studies the question how each co-author’s relative contribution to the visibility of the article can be determined and quantified using an indicator, referring to such an indicator as a CAV-indicator.
Predicting and recommending collaborations: An author-, institution-, and country-level analysis
Simulating growth of the h-index
The h-index's growth in computer simulations of the publication-citation process is studied, finding that in most simulations the h- index grows linearly in time, while in these simulations a concave increase is very rare.
Comparing book citations in humanities journals to library holdings : scholarly use versus 'perceived cultural benefit' (RIP)
In this paper we examine the statistical relationship between citation counts to books referenced in SCOPUS humanities journals and library holding counts ('libcitations') retrieved from WorldCat®.…
Recommending research collaborations using link prediction and random forest classifiers
A method to predict or recommend high-potential future collaborations between cities in Africa, the Middle East and South-Asia, focusing on the topics of malaria and tuberculosis is introduced.
Q-measures and betweenness centrality in a collaboration network: a case study of the field of informetrics
It is found that most international collaboration in the field has happened in the last time slice (2005–2009), and a comparison of the different time slices reveals the non-linear growth of the indicators studied and the international expansion of the field.
Is the expertise of evaluation panels congruent with the research interests of the research groups: A quantitative approach based on barycenters