The ScienceMetrics blog is run by the staff of Science-Metrix Inc., an independent research evaluation firm based in Montréal, Canada, serving an international client base. At Science-Metrix, we specialize in the assessment of science and technology (S&T) activities, with a particular focus on bibliometric and technometric studies. Much of the work we do is destined to remain in-house with our clients or feeds into larger-scale government reports. That means our work is usually hidden (in plain sight) in reams of text and a barrage of numbers. However, as self-described data geeks, often the parts of a project we find the most interesting are those aspects that aren’t even apparent in the final published work.
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