A method for measuring helpfulness in online peer review

  title={A method for measuring helpfulness in online peer review},
  author={William Hart-Davidson and Michael McLeod and Christopher Klerkx and Michael Wojcik},
This paper describes an original method for evaluating peer review in online systems by calculating the helpfulness of an individual reviewer's response. We focus on the development of specific and machine scoreable indicators for quality in online peer review. 
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