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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Tünde Gracza
and
Istvánné Somoskövi

Delayed impact. Nat. Cell. Biol., 2005, 7, 925. Egloff, B.: Some remarks on ‘Impact Factor’. Psych. Rundsch., 2006, 57 , 116–118. Egloff B

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Dong, P., Loh, M., Mondry, A. The „impact factor” revisited. Biomed. Digit. Libr., 2005, 2 . = http://www.bio-diglib.com/content/2/1/7 (2006. 07. 20.) Fazekas T. A hazai (magyar nyelvű

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Reproducibility One of the biggest caveats with Impact Factors is the difficulty of reproducing this crucial indicator. When a researcher tries to reproduce this indicator, the number of citations downloaded from Web of Science

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, S.: Multidimensional journal evaluation. Analyzing scientific periodicals beyond the impact factor. Knowledge & Information Series, De Gruyter/Saur, Berlin, 2012.

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Grzybowski, A.: The Journal Impact Factor: How to interpret its true value and importance. Med. Sci. Monit., 2009, 15 , SR1–4. Grzybowski A

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, Gyoma, 1918. [Hungarian] 2 Schubert, A.: The impact factor and those who dislike it. [Az impakt faktor és akiknek nem kell.] MTAK-TTO szeminárium, Budapest, 2012

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Tudománymetriai újdonságok. Vége az impakt faktor egyeduralmának?

New bibliometric indicators. Is this the end of the impact factor era?

Magyar Onkológia
Authors:
Anna Berhidi
,
Péter Szluka
, and
Lívia Vasas

comparison of new metrics with the Journal Impact Factor . Preprint of an article accepted for publication in the European Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2009, http://www.lutz-bornmann.de/icons/BornmannSubmissionRevision.pdf (megnézve: 2009. 03. 16

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, c2012 [accessed: July 24, 2012] < http://ip-science.thomsonreuters.com/mjl/ > Davis, P.: The Scholarly Kitchen Blog: Citation Cartel Journals Denied 2011 Impact Factor [Internet]. Wordpress.com, 2012

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Impact Factor (IF) ( Archambault & Lariviére, 2009 ; Garfield, 2006 ). Since then, a number of other journal metrics have been developed in an attempt to address the limitations of the IF, such as inclusion of self-citations, limited time-period coverage

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.: Regarding a case report: Rare diseases and bibliometric impact factor. J. Clin. Epidemiol., 2012, 65 (8), 916–917. 11 Nieder, C., Pawinski, A., Dalhaug, A

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