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Title:Introducing the Author-ity Exporter, and a case study of geo-temporal movement of authors
Author(s):Tuomela, Mikko S.; Fegley, Brent David; Torvik, Vetle I.
Subject(s):author name disambiguation
Author-ity
bibliometrics
spatial scientometrics
geographical mobility
Abstract:We introduce a web service, Author-ity Exporter, that permits searching and exporting data from Author-ity -- a database that has PubMed author names disambiguated with a high degree of accuracy [1]. Each author is represented by a cluster of papers annotated by publication count, time-span, affiliations, topics, journals, co-authors, citations as well as imputed data from MapAffil [2], Genni [3], and Ethnea [4] and links to their NIH/NSF grants and USPTO patents; and we have plans for more. This service should enable and simplify new types of author-centered bibliometric analyses with a unique strength in funding, geography, and diversity (gender, ethnicity, and professional age). We also present an illustrative case study of modeling of authors’ career movements to and from a specific city based on data retrieved from Author-ity Exporter. The service (and the R code used in the case study) are available at http://abel.ischool.illinois.edu/cgi-bin/exporter/search.pl.
Issue Date:2016-10-14
Citation Info:Tuomela MS, Fegley BD, Torvik VI. Introducing the Author-ity Exporter, and a case study of geo-temporal movement of authors. SIG/MET METRICS Workshop 2016. ASIS&T 2016 Annual Meeting, Oct. 14, 2016. Copenhagen, Denmark.
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/91612
Sponsor:NIH P01AG039347
Rights Information:Copyright 2016. The authors.
Date Available in IDEALS:2016-09-20


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