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papers on scientometric research in Taiwan. The data was collected based on the keyword, i.e., “bibliometric*” or “citation analysis” or “informetric*” or “scientometric*” with truncation search on the topic from WOS, plus papers published in the

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, traditional citation-based bibliometric quantitative methods have been widely used to evaluate scholarly impact at individual, departmental, university and national levels for over five decades (Moed 2005 ). However, citation analysis is limited by the

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) opened this discussion by asking whether citation analysis enables us to legitimate the strategic selection of “excellent” as against merely “good” research? 1 The software for measuring this indicator is available at

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. Cronin , B. , Shaw , D. ( 2001 ), Identity-creators and image-makers: Using citation analysis and thick description to put authors in their place . ISI Conference 2001 , pp. 127 – 138 . Delgado

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scientific choices — to formulate a scale of values which might help establish priorities among scientific fields whose only common characteristics is that they all derive support from the government. ” The strength of publication and citation analysis

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outstanding innovation at its time (Garfield and Sher 1963 ; Garfield 1972 ); very soon it inspired powerful variants of citation analysis, the best example being Pinski and Narin ( 1976 ) influence weight; lastly, for the best and the worst, JIF has

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of information visualization techniques and co-citation analysis greatly accelerate the development of co-citation study. Co-citation analysis is taken as a measure of proximity between documents for the mapping of scientific specialties. It mainly

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to evaluate journals on the basis of citation analysis. Impact Factor (IF) of Thomson Reuters developed by American scientist Eugene Garfield is the most popular and widely accepted procedure for evaluation of journal (Garfield 1955 , 1972

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to networks, it took quite some time before library and information scientists began to consider citation analysis as a kind of network study. Garner ( 1967 ) was among the first to combine citation analysis and network (or graph) theory. Small ( 1973

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subjective issues towards judgments of the massive academic publications (Börner et al. 2003 ). As a result, during the recent decades, information scientists initiated and developed new methods for analysis of large scale information with citation analysis

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