Authors:Krisztina Károly, Bea Winkler, and Péter Kiszl
have pursued a special approach to be able to offer a bibliometricanalysis of the publication/scientific output of the journal on the one hand, and a qualitative interpretation of the findings on the other, to demonstrate the relevance of the
Authors:Bach Xuan Tran, Giang Hai Ha, Giang Thu Vu, Chi Linh Hoang, Son Hoang Nguyen, Cuong Tat Nguyen, Carl. A. Latkin, Wilson WS Tam, Cyrus S. H. Ho, and Roger C. M. Ho
, author address, publication year, author keywords, research area, source title, and times of citation. All the data were downloaded in text format and stored in MS Microsoft Excel (see Figs. S1 and S2 Supplementary ). Bibliometricanalysis We performed
Authors:Rodrigo Costas, Thed N. van Leeuwen, and Anthony F. J. van Raan
Among bibliometricanalysis, micro-level approaches present a high policy interest. Not only are they useful for supporting research assessment processes (Sandström and Sandström 2009 ) but also as tools for the
bibliometricanalysis only at an aggregate level.
As described in our earlier studies we use a large data set covering all university chemistry groups in the Netherlands, covering in the 10-year period 1991–2000 in total 157 research groups, about 700
Authors:Anthony F. J. van Raan, Thed N. van Leeuwen, and Martijn S. Visser
We applied a set of standard bibliometric indicators to monitor the scientific state-of-arte of 500 universities worldwide and constructed a ranking on the basis of these indicators (Leiden Ranking ). We find a dramatic and hitherto largely underestimated language effect in the bibliometric, citation-based measurements of research performance when comparing the ranking based on all Web of Science (WoS) covered publications and on only English WoS covered publications, particularly for Germany and France.
Collaboration between researchers and between research organizations is generally considered a desirable course of action,
in particular by some funding bodies. However, collaboration within a multidisciplinary community, such as the Computer–Human
Interaction (CHI) community, can be challenging. We performed a bibliometric analysis of the CHI conference proceedings to
determine if papers that have authors from different organization or countries receive more citations than papers that are
authored by members of the same organization. There was no significant difference between these three groups, indicating that
there is no advantage for collaboration in terms of citation frequency. Furthermore, we tested if papers written by authors
from different organizations or countries receive more best paper awards or at least award nominations. Papers from only one
organization received significantly fewer nominations than collaborative papers.
been gathered through a bibliometricanalysis of the HRI proceedings. Of course it will be necessary to offer some interpretations of the facts, but I will try to clearly separate facts from my personal opinions.
citation scores of individual journals (Schubert and Braun 1986 ; Vinkler 1986 ; Waltman et al. 2011b ).
Van Raan ( 2006 , p. 495) provided the Table 1 2 Table 1 Example of the results of the bibliometricanalysis for the chemistry groups Research