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Gabriel Gallezot

http://figshare.com/faqs - 0 views

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    Who/what/when/where/why is figshare? figshare allows researchers to publish all of their data in a citable, searchable and sharable manner. All data is persistently stored online under the most liberal Creative Commons licence, waiving copyright where possible. This allows scientists to access and share the information from anywhere in the world with minimal friction. The site offers upload times of mere seconds for all file formats, providing a citable, searchable endpoint for researchers. figshare offers unlimited storage space for data that is made publicly available on the site, and 1GB of free storage space for users looking for a secure, private area to store their research. Users of the site maintain full control over the management of their research whilst benefiting from global access, version control and secure backups in the cloud. figshare was started by a frustrated Imperial College PhD student as a way to disseminate all research outputs and not just static images through traditional academic publishing. It is now supported by Digital Science, a Macmillan Publishers company."
Alexandre Serres

PLOS ONE: Changes in Data Sharing and Data Reuse Practices and Perceptions among Scientists Worldwide - 1 views

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    "Changes in Data Sharing and Data Reuse Practices and Perceptions among Scientists Worldwide", 2015
manuel durand barthez

Indicators for the Data Usage Index (DUI): an incentive for publishing primary biodiversity Data through global information infrastructure - 0 views

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    Application des principes bibliométriques aux serveurs de "données". Exemple pris dans le Data Web sur le serveur taxonomique Global Biodiversity Information Facility GBIF. Définition d'un modèle de type Data Usage Index (DUI) qui analyse les usages des "Data".
manuel durand barthez

Data Citation Standards: Progress, But Slow Progress - 1 views

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    Sur le trop faible nombre de mentions de Data dans les références bibliographiques terminales d'articles et la nécessité de citer les données au même titre que des articles ou des proceedings.
Alexandre Serres

Crossref Event Data pour observer et analyser les événements sur le web | Observatoire des technologies de l'IST - 1 views

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    Sophie Aubin, "Crossref Event Data pour observer et analyser les événements sur le web", Observatoire des Technologies, 29 mai 2017
Alexandre Serres

The application of bibliometrics to research evaluation in the humanities and social sciences: an exploratory study using normalized Google Scholar data for the publications of a research institute | InfoDoc MicroVeille - 0 views

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    Hans Dillaerts. "The application of bibliometrics to research evaluation in the humanities and social sciences: an exploratory study using normalized Google Scholar data for the publications of a research institute", 3 mars 2016
manuel durand barthez

Publier à l'ère des Big Data | La Feuille - 1 views

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    Un aspect peu connu de la métrique et de la "surveillance"
manuel durand barthez

[1002.2769] Caveats for the journal and field normalizations in the CWTS ("Leiden") evaluations of research performance - 0 views

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    The Center for Science and Technology Studies at Leiden University advocates the use of specific normalizations for assessing research performance with reference to a world average. The Journal Citation Score (JCS) and Field Citation Score (FCS) are averaged for the research group or individual researcher under study, and then these values are used as denominators of the (mean) Citations per publication (CPP). Thus, this normalization is based on dividing two averages. This procedure only generates a legitimate indicator in the case of underlying normal distributions. Given the skewed distributions under study, one should average the observed versus expected values which are to be divided first for each publication. We show the effects of the Leiden normalization for a recent evaluation where we happened to have access to the underlying data.
manuel durand barthez

Project Snowball - 1 views

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    Projet de Benchmarking de l'Enseignement supérieur au Royaume-Uni, associant 8 universités (dont Oxford et Cambridge) à Elsevier. On aurait pu souhaiter l'absence d'un tel Data Provider, mais substituer un corpus d'O.A. à une base délimitée comme Scopus aurait changé la donne et la définition même du projet.
manuel durand barthez

Emergence of collaboration networks around large scale data repositories: a study of the genomics community using GenBank - 1 views

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    Article fondamental sur les réseaux de coauteurs en lien avec un entrepôt de données disciplinaire : GenBank. Étude comparative "articles" vs. "données directement soumises".
manuel durand barthez

New data sources added to the PLoS Article-Level Metrics Program - 0 views

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    Une petite vidéo pour mieux comprendre les atouts de l'Altmetrics. Les sources de l'API de PLoS ( http://api.plos.org/ ) auraient évidemment intérêt à être récupérées pour d'autres titres. Il faut du temps au temps...
manuel durand barthez

DOAJ, Impact Factor and APCs - 1 views

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    by César Villamizar and Heather Morrison In May 2015 we conducted a pilot study correlating OA APCs and the journal impact factor, using data from 2010, 2013 and 2014. Here are some early results: about 10% of the journals listed in JCR are DOAJ journals over 10% of the journals listed in DOAJ have an...
manuel durand barthez

ShanghaiRanking Consultancy (SRC) launches Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2016 using Scopus data and SciVal metrics | Elsevier Scopus Blog - 1 views

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    Calcul de Shanghai par Sujets s'appuie s/Scopus, le classement général restant lié au WoS
manuel durand barthez

Citations, métriques alternatives, Open Access, data : comment extraire facilement l’information pour l’analyser – Carnet'IST - 1 views

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    Excellente contribution de Fred Bordignon, probablement l'une des meilleures spécialistes de la bibliométrie actuellement.
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