Posts Tagged: Web of Science

Mapping science: a guide to our Twitter series
March 14, 2018
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Over the course of 2018, we’ll be publishing a series of maps via the Science-Metrix Twitter feed to visually illustrate some dynamics of the global science ecosystem. This blog post is the anchor for that series, explaining why we think these maps are important and what exactly they represent.
Bibliometric fun facts
January 24, 2018
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Bibliometrics is a complex and nuanced field, and at times, we’ll admit, it’s even a little arcane. At Science-Metrix we take great pride in explaining indicators to clients: what they mean, how they are calculated, their strengths and weaknesses, and what they can and cannot do. As with so many things, examples provide a good entry point. Inspired by this, today I begin a new occasional series that heads back to basics to explain some common indicators and how we use them in house. In this first post, I’ll explore some “fun facts” that can be derived from a bibliometric database.
Establishing the prevalence of the gender dimension in research
September 16, 2016
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About 7% of social science research and about 4% of medicine and humanities integrate a gender dimension. In agricultural and natural sciences as well as engineering and technology there is a vanishingly small amount of research involving gender. Sweden’s research has the strongest commitment to researching gender issues, with almost 9% of social sciences and […]