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Bibliometric indicators in basic research evaluation
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F. Narin, Concordance between subjective and bibliometric indicators of the nature and quality of performed biomedical research, A Program Evaluation Report for the Office of Program Planning and Evaluation, NIH, National Institutes of Health, US Department of Health and Human Services, Bethesda, MA, Cited by: Below, you will find the full IEEE statement on the appropriate use of bibliometric indicators, as adopted by the IEEE Board of Directors in September Statement on Appropriate Use of Bibliometric Indicators for the Assessment of Journals, Research Proposals, and .
Bibliometric indicators: quality measurements of scientific publication. Durieux V(1), Gevenois PA. Author information: (1)Research Unit in Information and Communication, Department of Information and Communication Sciences, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium. Bibliometrics is a set of mathematical and statistical methods used to analyzeand measure the quantity and quality of books, Cited by: Despite growing demand for practicable methods of research evaluation, the use of bibliometric indicators remains controversial. This paper examines performance assessment practice in Europe—first, identifying the most commonly used bibliometric methods and, second, identifying the actors who have defined wide-spread practices. The framework of this investigation is Abbott’s theory .
Bibliometric Evaluation of Research Performance: Where Do We Stand. performance. The next section of the paper deals with bad practices and invalid indicators of research performance. The third section proposes what we believe at our lab is the cor-rect approach to research evaluation. The fourth section draws the conclusions. Bibliometrics is the use of statistical methods to analyse books, articles and other publications. Bibliometric methods are frequently used in the field of library and information sub-field of bibliometrics which concerns itself with the analysis of scientific publications is called scientometrics. Citation analysis is a commonly used bibliometric method which is based on.
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Bibliometrics is hailed as an “objective” measure of research quality, a quantitative measure more useful than “subjective” and intuitive evaluation methods such as peer review that have been used since scientific papers were first published in the seventeenth century.
Bibliometrics is hailed as an “objective” measure of research quality, a quantitative measure more useful than “subjective” and intuitive evaluation methods such as peer review that have been used since scientific papers were first published in the seventeenth by: Handbook of Bibliometric Indicators: Quantitative Tools for Studying and Evaluating Research.
1st Edition. by Roberto Todeschini (Author), Alberto Baccini Cited by: An Introduction to Bibliometrics: New Development and Trends provides a comprehensible, readable and easy to read introduction to bibliometrics. Importantly, the book surveys the latest developments of bibliometrics (such as altmetrics, etc.) and how the field is likely to change over the next decade.
Bibliometrics is hailed as an "objective" measure of research quality, a quantitative measure more useful than "subjective" and intuitive evaluation methods such as peer review that have been used since scientific papers were first published in the seventeenth century.
A review of bibliometric and other science indicators and their role in research evaluation. Jean King Recent reductions in research budgets have led to the need for greater selectivity in resource atkation. Ma-Surcs of past pzrfomszncc are stilt snwng the most.
bibliometric indicators have proven to be useful tools in the assessment of research performance in many scientific disciplines, provided that such indicators have a sufficient level of sophistication, that their pitfalls are taken into account, and that they are used in. Many research centers are evaluated according to the bibliometric indicators for funding.
Evaluation results dictate values financing for research (Engels, Ossenblok, & Spruyt, ). Bibliometric Indicators Bibliometrics is the main tool to measure quantitatively and qualitativelyCited by: 5. bibliometric indicators corresponding to countries, sectors or research domains can be interpreted.
It is also important to note that these indicators are based on data that are collected principally for commercial purposes by a private data provider drawing on a complex and evolving system of COMPENDIUM OF BIBLIOMETRIC SCIENCE INDICATORSFile Size: 1MB.
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Indicators for research evaluation based on citations, library holdings, and productivity measures, Scientometrics 83(2), – () CrossRef Google Scholar L.
Egghe, R. Rousseau: The influence of publication delays on the observed aging distribution of scientific literature, J. Soc. Inf. Sci. 51, – () CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1. Bibliometric Indicators for Publishers project.
Its main goal is to develop indicators for the analysis of the research performance of monographs and academic and scientific publishers included in the Book Citation Index. This is project is carried out by the EC3 Research Group from the University of Granada. indicators in the context of science policy and research evaluation.
The basis for the use of bibliometric indicators is that new knowledge the principal objective of basic and applied – research – is disseminated to the research community through publications. Publications can thereby be used as indirect measures of knowledge production.
It is, we believe, these ‘shades of grey’ that populate evaluative bibliometric practices, and which therefore require further attention if the uses of bibliometric indicators in research evaluation are to be better understood and theorized.
To do so, we suggest that directly observing indicator uses is by: Here we describe the Bibliometric Indicators for Publishers Project, an initiative undertaken by EC3Metrics SL for the analysis and development of indicators based on books and book chapters.
Its. On the other hand, the majority of research outcomes in the social sciences and humanities lie beyond journal articles.
Indicators based on citations received by publications are often used as quantitative measures of research performance. It must, however, be noted that citation indicators can act as a supplementary tool for peer-based evaluation. Indicator selection (Fig. 2A): In order to simplify the evaluation of some quality (e.g., scientific performance), an indicator (or a set of a few indicators) is identified, which is closely related to the quality in question, but much more easily measured (e.g., number of peer-reviewed publications).Cited by: Abstract This article outlines and discusses the bibliometric indicator used for performance-based funding of research institutions in Norway.
It is argued that the indicator is novel and innovative as compared to the indicators used in other funding by: bibliometric indicators for national performance based research funding systems.
STIParis, 8 September Gunnar Sivertsen. Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education, Oslo, Norway. Outline. PRFS = Performance-based Research Funding Systems for institutions. Bibliometric indicators can be calculated for an entire publication set and represent the collective judgment of a broad segment of the scientific research community, rather than that of the selected individuals chosen for the review panel.
Bibliometric indicators can also be more transparent and reproducible than peer by:. The Bibliometric Research Indicator awards research output published in the most prestigious publication channels within the research subject in question.
The BFI system is maintained by The Ministry of Higher Education and Science but The University Library of Southern Denmark offers to answer the most common questions regarding BFI and how.The journal publishes original studies, short communications, preliminary reports, review papers, letters to the editor and book reviews on scientometrics.
Due to its fully interdisciplinary character, the journal is indispensable to research workers and research administrators.• The use of bibliometric indicators measuring the scientific impact can be a useful support • Bibliometrics is a proxy measure of the concept of quality that can be fully assessed only by the expert judgement of peers • Using only peer review in large research evaluation exercises may become very costly and almost unfeasible.