A graphical article-level metric for intuitive comparison of large-scale literatures

@article{Ling2015AGA,
  title={A graphical article-level metric for intuitive comparison of large-scale literatures},
  author={Xiaoxi Ling and Yu Liu and Zhen Huang and Parantu K. Shah and Cheng Li},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2015},
  volume={106},
  pages={41-50}
}
With the advances of all research fields, the volume of scientific literature has grown exponentially over the past decades, and the management and exploration of scientific literature is becoming an increasingly complicated task. It calls for a tool that combines scientific impacts and social focuses to visualize relevant papers from a specific research area and time period, and to find important and interesting papers. Therefore, we propose a graphical article-level metric (gALM), which… CONTINUE READING
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