Browse by Subject "citation analysis"
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(2012-05-23)Non-governmental organizations have long been important non-state actors in the process of sustainable development. Their publications often fall under the rubric of “grey” literature - that which is not published through ...
(2008-06-16)Tutorial presented at Joint Conference for Digital Libraries (JCDL) 2008 on June 16 2008 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
(Elsevier, 2006-05)Field guides are common in libraries but are generally not considered scholarly. This study examines citations to fifty field guides to determine how they were used in scholarly publications, finding that field guides are ...
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(2008-04-01)Poster presented at Open Repositories 2008 on April 1 2008 in Southampton, UK
(iSchools, 2013-02)This short paper represents an initial effort to connect the emergence theory literature with the bibliometric, informetric, and scientometic literatures. It begins with a prominent definition of emergence, and then connects ...
(2009-02-08)The paper reports on an investigation of the-rich-get-richer e ect of scholarly communication in the emerging eld of Information Visualization. A dataset containing 31 years' representative publications is used to ...
Using Citation Analysis to Explore the Information Needs of Atmospheric Scientists/Researchers Affiliated with the Atlantic Oceanographic Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) (2014)The overall objective of the study was to use citation analysis to determine the characteristics of information resource types used and cited by scientists and researchers affiliated with government laboratories, and to ...
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