Errors of omission and their implications for computing scientometric measures in evaluating the publishing productivity and impact of countries

@article{Jacs2009ErrorsOO,
  title={Errors of omission and their implications for computing scientometric measures in evaluating the publishing productivity and impact of countries},
  author={P{\'e}ter Jacs{\'o}},
  journal={Online Information Review},
  year={2009},
  volume={33},
  pages={376-385}
}
Purpose – The purpose of the paper is to explore the extent of the absence of data elements that are critical from the perspective of scientometric evaluation of the scientific productivity and impact of countries in terms of the most common indicators – such as the number of publications, the number of citations and the impact factor (the ratio of citations received to papers published), and the effect these may have on the h-index of countries – in two of the most widely used citation… CONTINUE READING

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