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Journal of Informetrics

2007 - 2020

Current editor(s): Leo Egghe

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Volume 14, issue 1, 2020

Identification of highly-cited papers using topic-model-based and bibliometric features: the consideration of keyword popularity Downloads
Ya-Han Hu, Chun-Tien Tai, Kang Ernest Liu and Cheng-Fang Cai
Temporal bibliographic networks Downloads
Vladimir Batagelj and Daria Maltseva
Jointly valuing journal visibility and author citation count: An axiomatic approach Downloads
M. Ryan Haley and M. Kevin McGee
Unbiased evaluation of ranking metrics reveals consistent performance in science and technology citation data Downloads
Shuqi Xu, Manuel Sebastian Mariani, Linyuan Lü and Matúš Medo
Measuring similarity for clarifying layer difference in multiplex ad hoc duplex information networks Downloads
Ronda J. Zhang and Fred Y. Ye
Examining drug and side effect relation using author–entity pair bipartite networks Downloads
Yoo Kyung Jeong, Qing Xie, Erjia Yan and Min Song
Self-Citations and scientific evaluation: Leadership, influence, and performance Downloads
Nadia Simoes and Nuno Crespo
Measurement and analysis of Chinese journal discriminative capacity Downloads
Baolong Zhang, Hao Wang, Sanhong Deng and Xinning Su
A novel methodology to assess the scientific standing of nations at field level Downloads
Giovanni Abramo and D’Angelo, Ciriaco Andrea
A comparison among citation-based journal indicators and their relative changes with time Downloads
Xuan Zhen Liu and Hui Fang
Within-journal self-citations and the Pinski-Narin influence weights Downloads
Gangan Prathap, Somenath Mukherjee and Loet Leydesdorff
The citation disadvantage of clinical research Downloads
Qing Ke
The overlooked citations: Investigating the impact of ignoring citations to published patent applications Downloads
Chung-Huei Kuan, Dar-Zen Chen and Mu-Hsuan Huang
The role of geographical proximity in knowledge diffusion, measured by citations to scientific literature Downloads
Giovanni Abramo, D’Angelo, Ciriaco Andrea and Flavia Di Costa
Analysis of reference and citation copying in evolving bibliographic networks Downloads
Pradumn Kumar Pandey, Mayank Singh, Pawan Goyal, Animesh Mukherjee and Soumen Chakrabarti

Volume 13, issue 4, 2019

Megajournal mismanagement: Manuscript decision bias and anomalous editor activity at PLOS ONE Downloads
Alexander M. Petersen
Do we measure novelty when we analyze unusual combinations of cited references? A validation study of bibliometric novelty indicators based on F1000Prime data Downloads
Lutz Bornmann, Alexander Tekles, Helena H. Zhang and Fred Y. Ye
Coping with methods for delineating emerging fields: Nanoscience and nanotechnology as a case study Downloads
Teresa Muñoz-Écija, Benjamín Vargas-Quesada and Zaida Chinchilla Rodríguez
Forward search path count as an alternative indirect citation impact indicator Downloads
Xiaorui Jiang and Hai Zhuge
A Game Theoretic Approach to Peer Review of Grant Proposals Downloads
Esra Eren Bayindir, Mehmet Gurdal and Ismail Saglam
Emerging research topics detection with multiple machine learning models Downloads
Shuo Xu, Liyuan Hao, Xin An, Guancan Yang and Feifei Wang
Exploring the forward citation patterns of patents based on the evolution of technology fields Downloads
Su Jung Jee, Minji Kwon, Jung Moon Ha and So Young Sohn
Measuring dissatisfaction with coauthorship: An empirical approach based on the researchers’ perception Downloads
Javier Gómez-Ferri, Gregorio González-Alcaide and Ramón LLopis-Goig
Journal ranking should depend on the level of aggregation Downloads
László Csató
The structure of collaboration networks: Findings from three decades of co-invention patents in Chile Downloads
Pablo E. Pinto, Andres Vallone and Guillermo Honores
Bibliographically coupled patents: Their temporal pattern and combined relevance Downloads
Chung-Huei Kuan, Dar-Zen Chen and Mu-Hsuan Huang
The distinction machine: Physics journals from the perspective of the Kolmogorov–Smirnov statistic Downloads
Yurij L. Katchanov, Yulia V. Markova and Natalia A. Shmatko

Volume 13, issue 3, 2019

Measuring and exploring the geographic mobility of American professors from graduating institutions: Differences across disciplines, academic ranks, and genders pp. 771-784 Downloads
Zekai He, Ni Zhen and Chaojiang Wu
Solution by step functions of a minimum problem in L2[0,T], using generalized h- and g-indices pp. 785-792 Downloads
Leo Egghe and Ronald Rousseau
Mapping the backbone of the Humanities through the eyes of Wikipedia pp. 793-803 Downloads
Daniel Torres-Salinas, Esteban Romero-Frías and Wenceslao Arroyo-Machado
Publication counting methods for a national research evaluation exercise pp. 804-816 Downloads
Przemyslaw Korytkowski and Emanuel Kulczycki
Analyzing linguistic complexity and scientific impact pp. 817-829 Downloads
Chao Lu, Yi Bu, Xianlei Dong, Jie Wang, Ying Ding, Vincent Larivière, Cassidy R. Sugimoto, Logan Paul and Chengzhi Zhang
When research assessment exercises leave room for opportunistic behavior by the subjects under evaluation pp. 830-840 Downloads
Giovanni Abramo, D’Angelo, Ciriaco Andrea and Flavia Di Costa
Who posts scientific tweets? An investigation into the productivity, locations, and identities of scientific tweeters pp. 841-855 Downloads
Houqiang Yu, Tingting Xiao, Shenmeng Xu and Yuefen Wang
Exploring all-author tripartite citation networks: A case study of gene editing pp. 856-873 Downloads
Feifei Wang, Chenran Jia, Xiaohan Wang, Junwan Liu, Shuo Xu, Yang Liu and Chenyuyan Yang
Exploring Goodreads reviews for book impact assessment pp. 874-886 Downloads
Kai Wang, Xiaojuan Liu and Yutong Han
How does collaboration affect researchers’ positions in co-authorship networks? pp. 887-900 Downloads
Xiangjie Kong, Mengyi Mao, Huizhen Jiang, Shuo Yu and Liangtian Wan

Volume 13, issue 2, 2019

Can Google Scholar and Mendeley help to assess the scholarly impacts of dissertations? pp. 467-484 Downloads
Kayvan Kousha and Mike Thelwall
Predicting citation counts based on deep neural network learning techniques pp. 485-499 Downloads
Ali Abrishami and Sadegh Aliakbary
Are all citations worth the same? Valuing citations by the value of the citing items pp. 500-514 Downloads
Cristiano Giuffrida, Giovanni Abramo and D’Angelo, Ciriaco Andrea
Biblioranking fundamental physics pp. 515-539 Downloads
Alessandro Strumia and Riccardo Torre
The value and credits of n-authors publications pp. 540-554 Downloads
Lutz Bornmann and António Osório
The rhetorical structure of science? A multidisciplinary analysis of article headings pp. 555-563 Downloads
Mike Thelwall
Authorship analysis of specialized vs diversified research output pp. 564-573 Downloads
Giovanni Abramo, D’Angelo, Ciriaco Andrea and Flavia Di Costa
Research software citation in the Data Citation Index: Current practices and implications for research software sharing and reuse pp. 574-582 Downloads
Hyoungjoo Park and Dietmar Wolfram
Long-term correlations in short, non-stationary time series: An application to international R&D collaborations pp. 583-592 Downloads
Lorenzo Righetto, Alessandro Spelta, Emanuele Rabosio and Fabio Pammolli
Public-private collaboration and scientific impact: An analysis based on Danish publication data for 1995–2013 pp. 593-604 Downloads
Carter Bloch, Thomas K. Ryan and Jens Peter Andersen
A refined method for computing bibliographic coupling strengths pp. 605-615 Downloads
Si Shen, Danhao Zhu, Ronald Rousseau, Xinning Su and Dongbo Wang
Ranking scientific articles based on bibliometric networks with a weighting scheme pp. 616-634 Downloads
Yu Zhang, Min Wang, Florian Gottwalt, Morteza Saberi and Elizabeth Chang
Comparison of two article-level, field-independent citation metrics: Field-Weighted Citation Impact (FWCI) and Relative Citation Ratio (RCR) pp. 635-642 Downloads
Amrita Purkayastha, Eleonora Palmaro, Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski and Jeroen Baas
How to consider fractional counting and field normalization in the statistical modeling of bibliometric data: A multilevel Poisson regression approach pp. 643-657 Downloads
Rüdiger Mutz and Hans-Dieter Daniel
Should citations be counted separately from each originating section? pp. 658-678 Downloads
Mike Thelwall
Measuring scientific contributions with modified fractional counting pp. 679-694 Downloads
Gunnar Sivertsen, Ronald Rousseau and Lin Zhang
Does the public discuss other topics on climate change than researchers? A comparison of explorative networks based on author keywords and hashtags pp. 695-707 Downloads
Robin Haunschild, Loet Leydesdorff, Lutz Bornmann, Iina Hellsten and Werner Marx
The “invisible hand” of peer review: The implications of author-referee networks on peer review in a scholarly journal pp. 708-716 Downloads
Pierpaolo Dondio, Niccolò Casnici, Francisco Grimaldo, Nigel Gilbert and Flaminio Squazzoni
Discoverers in scientific citation data pp. 717-725 Downloads
Gui-Yuan Shi, Yi-Xiu Kong, Guang-Hui Yuan, Rui-Jie Wu, An Zeng and Matúš Medo
Testing for universality of Mendeley readership distributions pp. 726-737 Downloads
D’Angelo, Ciriaco Andrea and Samuele Di Russo
An empirical approach based on quantile regression for estimating citation ageing pp. 738-750 Downloads
Sebastian Galiani and Ramiro H. Gálvez
The effect of open access on research quality pp. 751-756 Downloads
Has van Vlokhoven
Rooted citation graphs density metrics for research papers influence evaluation pp. 757-768 Downloads
Christos Giatsidis, Giannis Nikolentzos, Chenhui Zhang, Jie Tang and Michalis Vazirgiannis

Volume 13, issue 1, 2019

The balance of knowledge flows pp. 1-9 Downloads
Giovanni Abramo, D’Angelo, Ciriaco Andrea and Massimiliano Carloni
Convexity in scientific collaboration networks pp. 10-31 Downloads
Lovro Šubelj, Dalibor Fiala, Tadej Ciglarič and Luka Kronegger
Predicting publication long-term impact through a combination of early citations and journal impact factor pp. 32-49 Downloads
Giovanni Abramo, D’Angelo, Ciriaco Andrea and Giovanni Felici
The many faces of mobility: Using bibliometric data to measure the movement of scientists pp. 50-63 Downloads
Nicolás Robinson-Garcia, Cassidy R. Sugimoto, Dakota Murray, Alfredo Yegros-Yegros, Vincent Larivière and Rodrigo Costas
Do researchers collaborate in a similar way to publish and to develop projects? pp. 64-77 Downloads
J. Clemente-Gallardo, A. Ferrer, D. Íñiguez, A. Rivero, G. Ruiz and A. Tarancón
The F3-index. Valuing reviewers for scholarly journals pp. 78-86 Downloads
Federico Bianchi, Francisco Grimaldo and Flaminio Squazzoni
On the Shapley value and its application to the Italian VQR research assessment exercise pp. 87-104 Downloads
Camil Demetrescu, Francesco Lupia, Angelo Mendicelli, Andrea Ribichini, Francesco Scarcello and Marco Schaerf
An empirical investigation of the tribes and their territories: Are research specialisms rural and urban? pp. 105-117 Downloads
Giovanni Colavizza, Thomas Franssen and Thed van Leeuwen
Gender and research publishing in India: Uniformly high inequality? pp. 118-131 Downloads
Mike Thelwall, Carol Bailey, Meiko Makita, Pardeep Sud and Devika P. Madalli
Measuring the knowledge translation and convergence in pharmaceutical innovation by funding-science-technology-innovation linkages analysis pp. 132-148 Downloads
Jian Du, Peixin Li, Qianying Guo and Xiaoli Tang
Gender differences in research areas, methods and topics: Can people and thing orientations explain the results? pp. 149-169 Downloads
Mike Thelwall, Carol Bailey, Catherine Tobin and Noel-Ann Bradshaw
Does the normalized citation impact of universities profit from certain properties of their published documents – such as the number of authors and the impact factor of the publishing journals? A multilevel modeling approach pp. 170-184 Downloads
Lutz Bornmann
Measuring the academic reputation through citation networks via PageRank pp. 185-201 Downloads
Francesco Alessandro Massucci and Domingo Docampo
Comparing journal and paper level classifications of science pp. 202-225 Downloads
Fei Shu, Charles-Antoine Julien, Lin Zhang, Junping Qiu, Jing Zhang and Vincent Larivière
Are NIH-funded publications fulfilling the proposed research? An examination of concept-matchedness between NIH research grants and their supported publications pp. 226-237 Downloads
Kai Li and Erjia Yan
Peer and neighborhood effects: Citation analysis using a spatial autoregressive model and pseudo-spatial data pp. 238-254 Downloads
Sergio Copiello
Interdisciplinarity as diversity in citation patterns among journals: Rao-Stirling diversity, relative variety, and the Gini coefficient pp. 255-269 Downloads
Loet Leydesdorff, Caroline Wagner and Lutz Bornmann
On the interplay between normalisation, bias, and performance of paper impact metrics pp. 270-290 Downloads
Marcel Dunaiski, Jaco Geldenhuys and Willem Visser
Infinite sequences and their h-type indices pp. 291-298 Downloads
Leo Egghe and Ronald Rousseau
Globalised vs averaged: Bias and ranking performance on the author level pp. 299-313 Downloads
Marcel Dunaiski, Jaco Geldenhuys and Willem Visser
Evaluating research and researchers by the journal impact factor: Is it better than coin flipping? pp. 314-324 Downloads
Ricardo Brito and Alonso Rodríguez-Navarro
Do altmetrics assess societal impact in a comparable way to case studies? An empirical test of the convergent validity of altmetrics based on data from the UK research excellence framework (REF) pp. 325-340 Downloads
Lutz Bornmann, Robin Haunschild and Jonathan Adams
Standing on the shoulders of giants?—Faculty hiring in information schools pp. 341-353 Downloads
Zhiya Zuo, Kang Zhao and Chaoqun Ni
Scientific community detection via bipartite scholar/journal graph co-clustering pp. 354-386 Downloads
Chiara Carusi and Giuseppe Bianchi
How mean rank and mean size may determine the generalised Lorenz curve: With application to citation analysis pp. 387-396 Downloads
Lucio Bertoli-Barsotti and Tommaso Lando
How important is software to library and information science research? A content analysis of full-text publications pp. 397-406 Downloads
Xuelian Pan, Erjia Yan, Ming Cui and Weina Hua
Predicting the citations of scholarly paper pp. 407-418 Downloads
Xiaomei Bai, Fuli Zhang and Ivan Lee
Using Scopus’s CiteScore for assessing the quality of computer science conferences pp. 419-433 Downloads
Lokman I. Meho
Origin, characteristics, predominance and conceptual networks of eponyms in the bibliometric literature pp. 434-448 Downloads
J.C. Valderrama-Zurian, D. Melero-Fuentes and R. Aleixandre-Benavent
Challenges of measuring software impact through citations: An examination of the lme4 R package pp. 449-461 Downloads
Kai Li, Pei-Ying Chen and Erjia Yan
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