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Discovering "Long-Fuse" Papers - Physics Results

I ended the previous blog with a list of “long-fuse” astronomy papers and I realized that, since I have similar results for physics papers too, why not show them here as well? 644 more words

Digital Libraries

Discovering "Long-Fuse" Papers - A First Exploration

On average, articles get cited in a pretty predictable pattern. An article gets published, it takes a little while to get “absorbed” by the scientific community, and then, if it resonates, it starts getting citations. 1,735 more words

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Managing Bibliometrics

Today I’m going to take a look at two LibGuides available from UCD: the Introduction to Bibliometrics and Medicine and Medical Science Guide.

Let’s look at the introduction first. 285 more words

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Online tutorials for PGR students and early career researchers

There are now five new interactive tutorials on the Skills Hub.  You will find them in a new section ‘Postgraduate Research Skills‘ on the ‘ 149 more words

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Open Access Week webinars

Next week (October 19th to 25th) is international Open Access Week. It is a great time to catch up on what open access means for you and your research.  305 more words

  • I was put off by the title on Elsevier’s blog post introducing Scopus article Metrics – To read or not to read? – I don’t think you shouldn’t read an article just because other people haven’t interacted with it in a quantifiable way. 
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University Rankings: using Scival to analyse performance

Did you know that Times Higher World rankings and QS World University rankings use citation data? QS World rankings gives 20% of its mark to a university’s citation count and Times World rankings gives 30%. 157 more words

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