Excellence networks in science: A Web-based application based on Bayesian multilevel logistic regression (BMLR) for the identification of institutions collaborating successfully

@article{Bornmann2016ExcellenceNI,
  title={Excellence networks in science: A Web-based application based on Bayesian multilevel logistic regression (BMLR) for the identification of institutions collaborating successfully},
  author={Lutz Bornmann and Moritz Stefaner and F{\'e}lix de Moya Aneg{\'o}n and R{\"u}diger Mutz},
  journal={J. Informetrics},
  year={2016},
  volume={10},
  pages={312-327}
}

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