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A multilevel meta-analysis of studies reporting correlations between the h index and 37 different h index variants
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This paper presents the first meta-analysis of studies that computed correlations between the h Index and variants of the h index (such as the g index; in total 37 different variants) that have been proposed and discussed in the literature. Expand
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The coverage of Microsoft Academic: analyzing the publication output of a university
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This is the first detailed study on the coverage of Microsoft Academic (MA). Expand
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Citation analysis with microsoft academic
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We explore if and how Microsoft Academic (MA) could be used for bibliometric analyses. Expand
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Criteria for assessing research quality in the humanities: a Delphi study among scholars of English literature, German literature and art history
How to assess research quality in the humanities is an intricate question. Despite the recent efforts of many initiatives, the measurement and assessment of research quality still faces strongExpand
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The future of research assessment in the humanities: bottom-up assessment procedures
Research assessment in the social sciences and humanities (SSH) is delicate. Assessment procedures meet strong criticisms from SSH scholars and bibliometric research shows that the methods that areExpand
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Research assessment in the humanities: Introduction
Research assessments in the humanities are highly controversial. While citation-based research performance indicators are widely used in the natural and life sciences, quantitative measures forExpand
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Quality for Evaluation of Humanities Research : Opportunities and Limitations
There is currently no agreed upon standard how to evaluate humanities research. Our article addresses one of the several reasons for this: the missing link between indicators and humanities scholars’Expand
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Visualizing the context of citations referencing papers published by Eugene Garfield: a new type of keyword co-occurrence analysis
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We introduce a new type of bibliometric networks based on the context of citations, which are referenced in a certain paper set (here: the papers published by EG). Expand
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Four types of research in the humanities: Setting the stage for research quality criteria in the humanities
This study presents humanities scholars' conceptions of research and subjective notions of quality in the three disciplines German literature studies, English literature studies, and art history,Expand
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A Framework to Explore and Develop Criteria for Assessing Research Quality in the Humanities
In the process of developing new tools for measuring and assessing research quality in the humanities, many challenges emerge, such as technical problems (e.g., building publication databases,Expand
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