Source code and example data for article: Co-Citation Percentile Rank and JYUcite: a new network-standardized output-level citation influence metric
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Algorithm (.php) for retrieving the co-citation set of a scholarly output by DOI, and calculating CPR for it. Configuration, database operations and input sanitizing code omitted. Also, example data and statistical analyses used in Seppänen et al (2020). For context see: Seppänen et al (2020): Co-Citation Percentile Rank and JYUcite: a new network-standardized output-level citation influence metric https://oscsolutions.cc.jyu.fi/jyucite
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Co-citation Percentile Rank and JYUcite : a new network-standardized output-level citation influence metric and its implementation using Dimensions API Seppänen, Janne-Tuomas; Värri, Hanna; Ylönen, Irene (Springer; Akadémiai Kiadó, 2022)Judging value of scholarly outputs quantitatively remains a difficult but unavoidable challenge. Most of the proposed solutions suffer from three fundamental shortcomings: they involve (i) the concept of journal, in one ...
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Ojala, Jari; Eloranta, Jari; Ojala, Anu; Valtonen, Heli (Taylor & Francis, 2017)Faced with intensifying competition for scientific impact measured in terms of citation counts, small disciplines are challenged to prove their importance as they lack the critical mass to accumulate large numbers of ...
Heikkilä, Jussi; Ali-Vehmas, Timo; Rissanen, Julius (IGI Global, 2021)We analyze the link between standardization and economic growth by systematically reviewing leading economics journals, leading economic growth researchers’ articles, and economic growth-related books. We make the following ...