Article-Level Metrics and the Evolution of Scientific Impact

@article{Neylon2009ArticleLevelMA,
  title={Article-Level Metrics and the Evolution of Scientific Impact},
  author={C. Neylon and Shirley Wu},
  journal={PLoS Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={7}
}
Formally published papers that have been through a traditional prepublication peer review process remain the most important means of communicating science today. Researchers depend on them to learn about the latest advances in their fields and to report their own findings. The intentions of traditional peer review are certainly noble: to ensure methodological integrity and to comment on potential significance of experimental studies through examination by a panel of objective, expert colleagues… Expand
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