Reference implementation for open scientometric indicators (ROSI)

@article{Hauschke2018ReferenceIF,
  title={Reference implementation for open scientometric indicators (ROSI)},
  author={Christian Hauschke and Simone Cartellieri and Lambert Heller},
  journal={Research Ideas and Outcomes},
  year={2018}
}
Within the project "Reference implementation for Open Scientometric Indicators" (ROSI), new assessments and visualizations of conventional and alternative metrics (altmetrics) will be developed and their effect on researchers will be investigated. For this purpose, a reference implementation based on the open source research information system VIVO will be developed in which various metrics are combined with data from different openly licensed sources. In order to develop the requirements of… 

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