Does research with statistics have more impact? The citation rank advantage of structural equation modeling

@article{Thelwall2016DoesRW,
  title={Does research with statistics have more impact? The citation rank advantage of structural equation modeling},
  author={Mike Thelwall and Paul D. Wilson},
  journal={JASIST},
  year={2016},
  volume={67},
  pages={1233-1244}
}
Statistics are essential to many areas of research and individual statistical techniques may change the ways in which problems are addressed as well as the types of problems that can be tackled. Hence, specific techniques may tend to generate high impact findings within science. This article estimates the citation advantage of a technique by calculating the average citation rank of articles using it in the issue of the journal in which they were published. Applied to Structural Equation… CONTINUE READING
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