Venue Analytics: A Simple Alternative to Citation-Based Metrics

@article{Keselman2019VenueAA,
  title={Venue Analytics: A Simple Alternative to Citation-Based Metrics},
  author={Leonid Keselman},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1904.12573}
}
We present a method for automatically organizing and evaluating the quality of different publishing venues in Computer Science. Since this method only requires paper publication data as its input, we can demonstrate our method on a large portion of the DBLP dataset, spanning 50 years, with millions of authors and thousands of publishing venues. By formulating venue authorship as a regression problem and targeting metrics of interest, we obtain venue scores for every conference and journal in… CONTINUE READING

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